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The 30-Second Commercial

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The 30-Second Commercial

In this exclusive client training video, Dan Hudock explains the value of using a “30-second commercial” in the final phase of the sales process to bookend the sales conversation in such a way that the value you bring is re-emphasized and clearly defined. Watch the video to learn more.

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The Two-Minute Drill

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The Two-Minute Drill

The two-minute drill is designed to reveal who you and your prospect are as people, stepping briefly away from the business talk to add a deeper dimension to the sales conversation. While this might not seem relevant to the sale itself, it can humanize you and create another opportunity for a connection. Learn more about […]

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Business Philosophies

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Business Philosophies

In this phase of the sale process, our sales trainer Dan Hudock talks about how exploring business philosophies can help you find common ground with a prospect. By having this conversation, the sales process becomes less of a pitch and more of a conversation between equals trying to determine mutual fit, which in turn opens […]

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Upfront Agreements

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Upfront Agreements

As our sales trainer Dan Hudock explains it, upfront agreements are an opportunity to bring down the walls between you and the buyer. By setting the expectations for the meeting and being clear about how the meeting will conclude, you can increase the comfort-level of your prospect and foster a more natural dialog. This client-exclusive […]

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Black Bag Questions

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Black Bag Questions

In this client-exclusive training video, our sales trainer Dan Hudock talks about how to break the ice at the beginning of a sales conversation, gently probing to determine if your prospect is interested in small talk or business talk. These “black bag” questions can make it easier to begin a conversation with a business owner […]

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