When a client initiates the conversation or reacts with interest and curiosity to something we initiated, we are in the qualifying phase. During this time, we move together to discuss value and demonstrate trust in a meaningful conversation between the salesperson and the prospect.
If you feel strung along and misled, this one’s for you – as Bill and Scott discuss Sales Process Part 2 – Qualifying. That and much more on episode 462 of the Winning at Selling Podcast.
What is your qualifying process?
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In our NEW book study this week we are discussing the Chapter 2, Qualifying in the book Let’s Get Real or Let’s Not Play
This week’s Sales Quote:“Better to do something imperfectly than to do nothing perfectly.” Robert H. Schuller
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