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by Shawn Karol Sandy

What does it mean to be great at SELLING? What makes a Super Sales Person? There’s a remarkable amount of time, energy, and money wrapped up in building an effective salesforce—rightly so. Sales teams are the revenue drivers for the organization so we’ve got to invest in the vehicle, right!

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Topics:Professional DevelopmentSales StrategySelling

by Shawn Karol Sandy

In the last post, I started down the road of what makes a well-rounded sales pro. First and foremost, I think Super Sellers are self-starters who continue to invest in their own success with a continuous love for learning. Buying has evolved at warp speed over the last decade so

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Topics:B2B SalesLeadershipProfessional DevelopmentCommunicationSales StrategySelling

by Shawn Karol Sandy

Super successful sellers have some similar key characteristics: self-starting, hard-working, disciplined—there are core traits and outliers that show up on personality tests. However, more telling to me than any of those core traits is the investment someone makes in their own career and skills. Well-rounded people have interests in many

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Topics:LeadershipProfessional DevelopmentCommunication

by Shawn Karol Sandy

Sometimes hard problems can have easy answers. Well, simple perhaps, because it requires effort and work. Sometimes, as an Account Executive or Business Development Rep, the grind of prospecting and pipelining new opportunities made me feel like Fred Baker from those old Dunkin’ Donuts commercials where he zombies about saying,

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Topics:Sales TrainerBusiness DevelopmentCold CallingAccount Executive

by Kim Garmon Hummel

What is a thought leader? A thought leader is someone who expresses ideas clearly and demonstrates expertise in their respective field or about a particular subject. Many hope to become thought leaders. Few do. It’s not easy! Thought leadership requires years of personal and financial commitment. Patience doesn’t hurt either

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Topics:StoryBrandRead

by Shawn Karol Sandy

How excited does your prospect get when they see your email pop into their inbox? Wouldn’t it be great if they had a Pavlovian response and immediately expected to see something cool, interesting, or insightful when they clicked on your message? Sadly, most clicks on sales messages—especially cold or following

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Topics:B2B SalesProspectingCommunicationSales StrategySelling

by Shawn Karol Sandy

About a year ago, I researched some software to execute some processes in my business. This was a significant investment for me—more so in scaling my business than in price—it was an important decision. Between three options, I chose the one that had the best features for me and the

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Topics:Customer ExperienceSales EnablementCommunicationSales StrategySelling

by Shawn Karol Sandy

What thoughts go through your head when you call someone and don’t get a callback? How do you feel when you get no response to an email you sent a prospect? Sellers tell me that the biggest frustration and source of pain in their job is feeling like they’re being

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Topics:CommunicationSales StrategySmall Business

by Kim Garmon Hummel

It costs nearly seven times more money to attract and convert new customers than it does to delight existing customers. That’s it, that’s the blog. Now you know why customer delight is so important. Thank you for coming! All joking aside, delighting your customers saves you money. It saves you

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Topics:HubSpot CRMInbound Marketing

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