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Sales Technique Is The Key To Opening Minds
by Tony Vidler Sales Technique…the very phrase sends shudders down the spines of professionals today it seems. Despite the focus on our increased technical knowledge and the emphasis upon good process, financial advisers actually have to “sell”. A large problem for many newer advisers is that nobody is teaching them effective sales technique anymore, […]
by Tony Vidler some things are timeless simply because they have stood the test of time, and focusing upon sales activity is one of them. “Sales activity” as a concept is probably abhorrent to many professionals today, but it is simply about managing the inputs which provide the outputs that your business wants. […]
Improve your sales results with a quick “Kerbside Review”
by Tony Vidler One of the most effective ways to improve sales results is to spend 2 minutes on a reflective process after each client meeting – whether it was a good or bad one. It is the “kerbside review” (hat tip to the USA with the spelling, but this concept did originate […]
by Tony Vidler Working out what you should really be working on is one of those things that we all know we should do, but for one reason or another other stuff gets in the way. The other stuff is “other people’s priorities” of course, isn’t it? We then have a tendency […]
7 Warning Signs That The Prospect Is Not Right For You
by Tony Vidler No matter how hard you try to get it right, some prospects are just not right for you. You are wasting your time and would be best to just cut your losses and move on quickly. The problem we have is that often we don’t figure that out until we […]
Productivity Tip: Prioritise the Activities that Yield the most
by Tony Vidler To handle a significant workload AND get the results you want you need to prioritise the activities that yield the most, not waste time trying to manage time. Time cannot be managed as such….the clock ticks inexorably onwards no matter what you do with the time. Tasks can be managed. […]