Posts Tagged ‘Jeffrey Gitomer’

JEFFREY GITOMER — ‘Why’ of sales and selling will lead you there

by Published: August 22,2014

Tags: advertising, Business, editorial, Jeffrey Gitomer, Mississippi

I  sat in a Jim Rohn seminar one day in 1995 and heard him say, “Formal education will earn you a living. Self-education will earn you a fortune. You decide how much of a fortune you want to earn by how willing you are to self-educate.” I was frozen in my front-row seat. A stunning […] [...]

JEFFREY GITOMER: Easiest way to make a sale? Start at the top!

by Published: August 11,2014

Tags: advertising, Business, Jeffrey Gitomer, Mississippi, PR

If you’ve never been to the Guggenheim Museum in New York City you’re missing an exceptional experience and an incredible lesson in sales. When you enter this Frank Lloyd Wright designed building, you’ll be immediately amazed by the rotunda exposing the entire museum. Art is everywhere and a giant ramp wraps around six floors of […] [...]

MBJ July 25th Digital Edition

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GITOMER: The ultimate response to ‘I want to think about it.’

When a customer says “I want to think about it” or “I need some time to think it over” it’s one of the most frustrating expressions a salesperson can hear. You feel helpless, or if you’ve been poorly trained, you lapse into some manipulative dialogue that proves you’re both a crappy salesperson and you’re only […] [...]

GITOMER — Twitter webinar firestorm, tweet this!

I  did my first big Twitter group tweet last week. It’s called a “tweetcast.” Three companies – Adly (adly.com), Evolve!, Inc. (evolvesinc.com) and KiteDesk, (KiteDesk.com) – combined resources and invited 22 experts, including me, to tweet the answers to questions as they were posted. The result was a firestorm of tweets, re-tweets, and assorted comments. […] [...]

GITOMER: The NEW TRUTH about closing the sale

by Published: July 10,2014

Tags: Business, Jeffrey Gitomer, marketing, Mississippi, PR

Every salesperson is looking for the fastest way, the best way, and the easiest way to “close” a sale. More than human nature, for salespeople, closing the sale is both a desire and a need. And the results are totally measurable. Either you win, or you lose. There is no second place in sales. Many […] [...]

MBJ July 11th Digital Edition

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GITOMER — Really, ‘close’ the sale? Eh, no Sparky. It’s ‘earn’ the sale

It never ceases to amaze me how many people still ask me, “What’s the best way to close a sale?” Other than cold calling and finding the pain, this is one of the biggest misconceptions in sales. It’s not a technique. It’s not a manipulation. It’s not something that you wait until the end of […] [...]

JEFFREY GITOMER: Salespeople have questions; Jeffrey has answers

I get a ton of emails from people seeking insight or asking me to solve their sales dilemmas. Here are a few that may relate to your job, your life, and (most important) your sales thought process right now. Jeffrey, Years ago I took your advice to get into Twitter for my business. What do […] [...]

MBJ May 9th Digital Edition

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