Posts Tagged ‘Jeffrey Gitomer’

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 […] [...]

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JEFFREY GITOMER: Is it a sales plan or a state of mind that feels support?

by Published: April 25,2014

Tags: Business, column, Jeffrey Gitomer, Mississippi

All salespeople are given a plan, a quota, or some kind of “numbers” to achieve as a major part of their job requirement. The key word is “part.” The plan or the quota is a SMALL part of the achievement process. How the company and leader supports the salesperson and his or her sales effort […] [...]

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JEFFREY GITOMER: The questions that matter most in a sales presentation

When you’re giving your sales presentation, do you really know what the customer is thinking or what they’re asking themselves as you’re presenting? I doubt it. You’re too busy trying to sell. Shake the hand. Smile the smile. Show the slides. Talk the talk. Do the demo. Ask the superficial questions. Try the close. Try […] [...]

GITOMER: Writing my own legacy. One word at a time. Yours?

by Published: March 7,2014

Tags: Business, column, Jeffrey Gitomer, Mississippi

What do you do when you get up every day? Anything to do with your legacy? I doubt it. Here’s a short version of your morning: Shower. Coffee. TV. Get dressed. Check your calendar. Check your email. Check your social media. Maybe even make a follow-up call (or two) or read a few pages. No […] [...]

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GITOMER: Online subscriptions offer amazing perks and value

by Published: February 21,2014

Tags: Business, column, Jeffrey Gitomer, Mississippi

Online publications are the rage and the future. They offer amazing value for the publisher, for the advertiser, and for the reader. They also offer more than significant cost reduction for all three players. BACKGROUND: I moved to Charlotte in 1988. I brought as much of the Northeast with me as I possibly could. That […] [...]

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