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Zen Selling

We’ve all known salespeople who seem to be the the marketing equivalent of “The Natural.” They know everything; about their offering, their clients, their prospects and their competition. They’re prepared for and calmly overcome every objection. They never get flustered or seem desperate, never take “no” for an answer. When they are faced with unavoidable rejection, they take it in stride, knowing that each “no” takes them one step closer to their next “yes.” They consistently lead the team in production, win all the contests, make the most money and enjoy their eternal position at the top of the leader board. These people have achieved a state of mind I call Zen Selling, an almost unconscious level of sales skill.

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The World's Greatest Sales Team?

This site was born out of frustration. Like most salespeople, over the years I’ve been frustrated with different aspects of every organization I’ve been associated with. Whether as an employee, independent contractor or consultant, it seems that invariably I find multiple, critical aspects of the sales process either ignored or poorly handled by the companies I work with. Some of these shortcomings are common at almost every organization. Things like inconsistent or non-existent follow-up and lack of communication between the sales, marketing, production and customer service departments seem to be the order of the day no matter where you go. Other factors are present in some companies while absent in others. And it often seems that sales organizations that are ...

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