4 edition of Turning sales over to the pros found in the catalog.
Turning sales over to the pros
Colette P. Nassutti
by American Institute of Certified Public Accountants in New York
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HF5628 .N37 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 143 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||96014161|
Turning over a sale (a T.O. as it used to be called) can be a tricky thing. It’s like a Hail Mary pass in football, made in desperation with only a small chance of success. The salesperson knows the sales pitch isn't going well and hopes that another one of their team members can close the sale, so they still get half the commission. Sales of consumer e-books plunged 17% in the U.K. in , according to the Publishers Association. Sales of physical books and journals went up by 7% over .
But in the two jobs I’ve had since, I’ve realized just how valuable the skills I learned as a salesperson have been. Here are the six biggest lessons I learned from my brief stint in sales—lessons that are important whether or not you’re selling anything at all. 1. Get Over Your Fear of the Phone. Zig Ziglar is a sales guru who we’ve referenced and quoted countless times in articles over the years. His book Secrets of Closing the Sale covers the most difficult area of sales. Closing the sale isn’t a task that can be automated or outsourced in most industries. It requires a salesperson to present the opportunity in a certain way and to know when to act on a moment of promise.
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