By asking these questions, you come across as being well organised, knowledgeable, and professional. Most people will be impressed with the way you conduct this interview. First impressions are important – and following this sequence allows you to put your best foot forward.
Research confirms what many of us in the profession of educating salespeople have known for years: That purchasers would be “much more likely” to buy from a salesperson if that salesperson would just “listen” to the customer. The survey found that some of the worst offenders were experienced salespeople.
They don’t always say yes! That might be the very first thing you learn as a sales person. As a matter of fact, “No” in all its various forms and expressions, may be the one word that sales people hear most commonly. Amazing, then, that so few of us are equipped to effectively handle it.