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Whether you are teeing off on the way to a 300+ yard drive or you hit a baseball deep to center field 420 feet. It took seeing where the ball will go before even swinging, it took practice in order to hit the ball straight toward the area you wanted it to land and it takes a continued commitment toward training to become better each and every day.
In our industry a lot of sales consultants and managers rely on luck rather than perusing their wants and desirers through dedication, persistence and hard work. So how do you turn an “Up bus waiter into an up bus driver?” First, it takes a management staff that is willing to move from their seats and become a part of the training solution rather than the lack of training commitment. Secondly, it takes on-going consistency to follow up with and follow through with the staff, which shows leading by example. Thirdly, it takes a sales consultant that is eager to learn or relearn a process that is far more dedicated than only taking lot ups and phone calls. Here are some examples on how to teach your staff on how to gain and maintain your clients for many years to come and keep your sales staff in the driver’s seat of the up bus.
Above are just a very few examples of how to help you hit for distance. Would you rather have a 300+ yard drive or a worm burner? The choice and responsibility is completely yours.
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“Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work” – Thomas Edison