People are predictable, but they’re very rarely transparent.
Zig Ziglar says, “You will get all you want in life, if you help enough other people get what they want.” And if your customers would come out and tell you honestly what they truly desire, sales would be easy! But they don’t. They don’t tell you what they’re really thinking and feeling.
How can you help them get what they want if they won’t tell you? Guessing?
Some salespeople are amazing guessers. Over time, they develop the skill to “guess” accurately, so they consistently exceed their quotas and blow everyone else out of the water. But Holly Antle can take the guesswork out of selling.
Clear, simple, easy-to-follow tips and tricks can help you predict your customer response. If you can predict it, you can control it. If you can control it, you can get paid.
Sales Training for Your Team
More than 80% of new salespeople leave sales entirely within the first 24 months. That means that you’re spending a lot of time on recruiting to feed rookies into a relentless system that’s going to leave most of them broke, frustrated, and confused. But if you can give them the knowledge to increase their sales, you’ll keep them around longer, reduce your turnover, and increase your sales numbers.
Holly provides sales training in a variety of formats to suit your business needs. These include:
- Introductory/keynote-style speaking (about 1 hour, best for audiences of more than 20)
- Workshops (about 2 hours, interactive, best for 10-20 people)
- Seminars (about 4 hours, interactive, includes group activities and exercises, best for 10-20 people)
Your Product Lines
Sales is sales is sales is sales. Experienced salespeople understand this. It doesn’t really matter if you’re selling cars or insurance – sales is a pretty universal process. But for some product lines and industries, specialized knowledge is useful.
Holly can provide sales training to the following industries:
- Network marketing/direct sales
- Financial products/services
- Car dealerships
- Retail products
For more information:
Download Holly’s one-sheet here.