15 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Benefit from a Sales Strategy Session

Need more sales revenues? We thought we'd share an internal list on how we work 1-on-1 with our coaching clients – this is an idea list of what one can talk about (virtually, by phone, iPad 2 Face Time, or a Skype Video Chat) to a sales strategist to help get unstuck and grow sales. Many entrepreneurs and small business owners have no one to talk sales ideas through with – so they either get paralyzed or make the wrong moves. Consider finding someone to occasionally talk your sales process, your sales flow, your pipeline and your sales plan through with someone who can help you make the right moves.

Check ALL that apply:
__ You have no sales revenues coming in, or they are just a trickle

__ You have a big sales opportunity and you are not sure what to do or how to go forward

__ You have an “up and down” stream of revenue and need it to be more level.

__ You are about to lose a big client

__ You just lost a client and need to make up for missing revenue

__ You don’t know what your value proposition is – how to differentiate yourself/ business

__ You don’t know who your target market is – who is your niche? What is their demographic profile?

__ You don’t have a good system for prospecting

__ You don’t have a sales methodology for how to go about building your sales

__ You don’t have a cloud-based contact / prospect pipeline tool to track opportunities

__ You want to know if you are on the right track with your sales plan / strategy

__ You don’t follow up with potential referrals

__ You don’t have a list of strategic partners who can refer others on to you

__ You hate even thinking about the fact that you have to “sell” your products and services

__ You got started with social media but you see no payoff converting your time into dollars

What issues and questions do YOU have that WE missed? The best contribution will receive a 1-on-1, 25 minute sales coaching session with us. Give us your toughest ones!

Topics: Sales Productivity

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