Most sales reps are in desperate need of a lesson in work-life balance. A 2017 HubSpot survey of over 500 salespeople revealed just how bad work-life balance is in the sales world.
Data is precious to sales teams. It provides the best way to learn about and communicate with potential customers. Misusing this information, though, will not only lose customer trust but could potentially be extremely costly to your company.
Picking up the phone to call a sales prospect can cause anxious emotions and rising heart rates faster than many other situations. Even for the most experienced sales reps sometimes.
Nothing rallies your team and gets your reps ready to crush some sales goals like motivational tunes.
Data security has become a key concern for most companies. Like many major corporations, even the US federal government, experience data breaches at an alarming rate, it is clear that everyone could benefit from increased cybersecurity measures.
As a sales professional, you know that it’s not always a ‘yes’ answer from your prospects. Moreover, when you do end up getting a ‘yes’ it’s almost never a ‘yes’ right off the bat.
We all wish there were another 6 hours (at least!) in the day so that we could make contact with the prospects we need and want to, and could complete our seemingly endless to-do lists.
Hang up the phone. We have an announcement: that person you’re about to cold call probably hates cold calling just as much as you do.
If you want to meet your company’s sales goals consistently, you have to have an outstanding sales force behind you.