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Use Your Personality To Make The Sale
  By: Kevin Nunley
When it comes down to it, we are all busy people but we could probably stand a little bit of personal interaction every now and then. So how do you go about making sales on a one to one basis?

Using a USP to Quickly Connect With Prospects
  By: Maria Marsala
Learn to introduce your business credentials, without using your title. Create a few business and personal USPs (Unique Selling Propositions).

What is a Pitch?
  By: Sharon Drew Morgen
For some reason, sellers continue to believe that knowing about a product solution - and all of the features, functions, and benefits it affords – would lead a prospective buyer to change what they are doing, shift their status quo, place their usual habits in limbo, recognize that something they are doing is less than perfect, stretch their pocket books, and live on a sales person's time schedule.

You CAN Be a Great Salesperson!
  By: Terri Seymour
When you are in sales, you have the choice to be successful or unsuccessful. The only one to set limits on your income and success is you. A career in sales is a challenge. Use that challenge to motivate and excite you. Meet and beat that challenge,

You, Too, Can be a Salesperson
  By: C.J. Hayden
When you talk to someone about your business, you need to be direct, authentic, and unattached to the outcome.

Your Sales Pitch Kit
  By: Kevin Nunley
If you frequently make personal sales visits to customers, you need a sales pitch kit.


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