Without customers willing to pay for your product, you have no business. Canada’s leading business coach Stan Peake co-wrote "How to Sell in ANY Economy” to show leaders how to sell like never before. After thousands of hours of research into consumer...
Without customers willing to pay for your product, you have no business. Canada’s leading business coach Stan Peake co-wrote "How to Sell in ANY Economy” to show leaders how to sell like never before. After thousands of hours of research into consumer behaviour, we discuss a simple strategy to sell without compromising our integrity. We cover simple tactics to help us improve strategy, habits, psychology, mindset and how we go about maximising every sales opportunity. Here's what we discuss with Stan in this show. We welcome back our mate Stan Peake. Why do we need another book on selling? How does Stan help people get over the "I don't like the selling part of my business?" Has the psychology of selling changed in the last decade? Do today's workers see selling as a career choice? How to sell without compromising our integrity, what does that mean? How does this book help us improve our strategy? What’s the most significant mindset change we have to embrace in business today? The attitude of approachable relentlessness. How can we become patient yet tenacious? LINKS Stan Peake http://www.insiteperformancecoaching.com
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