Weekly Sales Thoughts

Have Things Changed? (Issue 891)

In which we are reminded to explore, with our clients, whether accumulated, “taken for granted” assumptions or conditions have changed. Read more »

It Isn’t “Small” Talk (Issue 890)

In which we are reminded to dig in, behind the surface chit chat, to learn more about our clients. Read more »

Changing the Light Bulb (Issue 889)

In which we are reminded that, on average, most humans WOULD prefer to change rather than suffer. Read more »

Die, Rather Than Change (Issue 888)

In which we are encouraged to stop “missionary” selling and let go of the prospects who really won’t change. Read more »

What You Do Speaks So Loudly (Issue 887)

In which we are reminded of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s observation, “What you do speaks so loudly I can’t hear what you’re saying.” Read more »

Figures in Speech (Issue 886)

In which we are reminded to speak … simply and slower… when we’re speaking with our clients. Read more »