Posts Tagged: Why You Can’t Hit Your Sales Goals

Want to Crush Sales Goals? Then Sales Teams Must Do THIS

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When professional golfers play major tournaments on international television with millions of spectators watching and their livelihoods on the line, the pressure is enormous. Yet these athletes make most of their shots look easy. How do they do it? In a word: Practice. Pro golfers stay calm under pressure because they’ve played hundreds of practice… Read more »

Want to Hit Your Sales Goals? Think Realistically

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Avid golfers understand in order to reach their goals, they must first be able to envision themselves achieving those goals. For instance, a golfer who wants to complete a particularly tricky hole under par must spend time thinking about how to place each shot to the best advantage for reaching that goal. Salespeople are no… Read more »

How to Identify a Breakdown in Your Sales Process

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If your sales teams aren’t providing the results your company wants or needs, it may be due to a breakdown in the sales process. Here are several common breakdown points in the sales process and how to address them. There aren’t enough prospects in the pipeline. When customers are thin on the ground, sales staff… Read more »

5 Reasons Your Team Can’t Hit Sales Goals

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You’ve adjusted the goals. You’ve talked to your team. You’re holding them accountable. And they’re still falling short. If your team is struggling to reach its goals, here are five hurdles they may be facing – and what to do about them. You don’t have the right people. Many sales teams struggle because they don’t… Read more »