Rick Door

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Top 10 Underappreciated Qualities of Great Salespeople

#10 Grace<p>#10 Grace<p>It’s the difference between saying, “You’re welcome” instead of “No problem”. To be graceful one must feel confident. And …

8 Things Really Successful People Do

Most people claim to want success. But not everyone is willing to do the hard work and the smart work to get there. Often opportunities present themselves and because people are distracted, they miss them or give up on them before things fully develop.<p>Truly successful people don't leave much to …

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How to Achieve Big, Hairy, Audacious Goals

Leadership expert Jim Collins explains what drives some entrepreneurs to relentlessly pursue bold ideas--and succeed where others have failed.<p>Jim Collins says that in 1994 when he and his co-author, Jerry Porras, were writing the seminal book Built to Last, they debated what to call ambitious …

Top Sales Blogs, Websites & Resources Salespeople Should Follow

Helping you improve your sales skills is my obsession. Just for you and because your sales success is important to me, I created this list.<p>The …

3 Sales Follow-Up Strategies to Replace "Touching Base"

Calling your prospects to "touch base" or "check in" gets you deleted when making sales follow up calls.

Twelve Common Words That Are Costing You Sales | Sales Training Seminars, Workshops & Keynotes by Don Cooper, The Sales Heretic™ | Denver, CO

The right words can help us make the sale, while the wrong words can blow it for us. The challenge is, often what we <b>think</b> are the right words are …

Giving a Sales Presentation? 6 Questions You Must Ask First

Here are six crucial questions to ask and answer, before you present your solution to the customer.<p>When you're asked (or allowed) to make a sales presentation, you want to be certain that whatever you say helps the customer make the right decision.<p>That's only possible if you understand the …