Maximize Your Sales Training
If you have been in business for a short time or a long time, you always have to be willing to put some time into strengthening your business skills. Being a small business owner in the Direct Sales industry, there are so many facets to the job.
– Customer Service
– Team Development
and so on.
You have to keep on top of the new methods and develop your skills on a regular basis or you just may miss that boat on something important or worse, fall behind.
One simple and quick thing you can do is to go to your training manual and read it again. Usually there are some great tips buried in there that you may have overlooked in your excitement after you first joined your company. Instead of recreating the wheel, take a gander and see what strikes you.
If you know your weakness(es), start working on developing that area. There are plenty of ways to get refreshed and gain new knowledge. Things like articles, conferences, speakers, coaches, books and CD’s, up-line meetings, and district trainings are a few of the keys you can use for self improvement. Even the most celebrated sales people are continually working on themselves and their business. The market and how we sell changes regularly and it is imperative that you stay on top of what’s new, what has changed and what others are doing successfully. This becomes especially important if you are doing online marketing of your business. There is always something changing with technology and keeping up with it will increase your leads and your business.
A good sales person is always looking for a great tip or the “AHA” moment. You may have heard the same speeches over and over again, but one time, something or someone is going to say one word that will spark and take you to the next level in your business. We often say tomorrow, but tomorrow is here and things are changing! How are you changing with them?
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