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Increase Your Sales in the New Year

January 05, 2011 2 Comments

How many sales did you close last year? What you expected? More sales than you expected? Less than you hoped for? That doesnt matter because that was then and this is now. Its a brand new year, and you can increase your sales right now if you just increase your actions over last year. AND you can do this without the economy improving. The answer to increasing your sales in the New Year is: 1) Increase your levels of action that will derive sales 2) Improve your skills. Thats it! Theres nothing else to the formula. Take whatever you did last year and do two more of everything, everyday. Make two extra phone calls, send out two extra pieces of mail, two more emails, and make two more personal visits everyday and you will see a huge improvement over last years results! To be even more effective with those two extra sales calls, our studies have proven that watching an average of two short training segments daily will make a more effective sales person. I have over 100 quick-selling videos on you tube right now. Go to my Youtube channel and click on the subscribe button so that you can get updates and sales training videos delivered to your email. If you think increasing your efforts by two will bog you down, just take a moment to think about it. It takes a few minutes to write and send out two extra emails. A few minutes can equal to an extra sale everyday over the course of a year. Does that sound like a good trade-off? It may sound simple, but it still requires 3 things from you: • Discipline • Determination • Desire Most sales people learn to sell but discipline takes a strong commitment to obtain. Without it, youll only get the leftovers on the market, so go and put in that effort. Do a little more of what you did last year, and youll see that a little can result in A LOT. This is the year. This is the time. Increase your sales!                         Grant Cardone Sales Expert, NY Times Best Seller Author http://www.GrantCardone.com

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November 01, 2016

D cubed


What do you think is the most important of the three?

Clement Stallins
Clement Stallins

November 01, 2016

Interestingly I find it quite hard to have our site quickly visible on Google.

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