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De-Mystifying the Sales Process

Consistently finding and doing business with prospects that need, want and can afford your product and services is a process that most intelligent salespeople can learn.



It is a merely a skill, which does not require genius or unusual efforts. - by JacquesWerth
...with a strong emphasis on the "...most intelligent salespeople" part. :-) - by Eric Count5
Consistently finding and doing business with prospects that need, want and can afford your product and services is a process that most intelligent salespeople can learn.

It is a merely a skill, which does not require genius or unusual efforts.
Is "consistently finding and doing business with prospects that need, want and can afford your product and services" considered a mysterious process?
- by AZBroker
Is "consistently finding and doing business with prospects that need, want and can afford your product and services" considered a mysterious process?
In another thread, quoted below, some people seem to think it requires "ingenius efforts."

Quote:
Originally Posted by fred
“Taking orders for something buyers are ready and waiting to buy at a price they are willing to pay can usually be done by salespeople with average ability. But the highest rewards, both financial and intangible, go to those who are able to create new business through their ingenious efforts.”—Lee Boyan

I love it,
SalesGuy

Great quote