Some problems are meant to be solved. Some conversations can be one sided. Knowing the difference is a lesson Bill Farquharson learned.
If you want to learn to think big, big, BIG, check out Bill Farquharson’s Short Attention Span Sales Tip.
Ever since COVID, you have been trying to connect with customers, but they’re as good at dodging you as Bigfoot is at avoiding cameras.
Do you have yourself organized for the — SQUIRREL — maybe you should read Bill’s blog this week.
If you want to be ready to have fun this summer, watch Bill’s Short Attention Span Sales Tip now.
Do you have someone in your life who made a huge difference in your development? If so, Bill’s blog will resonate.
The battle cry of “This year will be different” is generally followed by promises to change. But, there is one problem in that process.
Bill’s mom would have washed his mouth out with soap, only he didn’t swear in his blog this week. He merely wrote about swearing.
This week and next share two common themes. You can guess what they are, get them from the title of this tip.
Your proposal was rejected. The idea was sound. There’s only one problem, you sent it before reading Bill’s blog this week.
Frontline workers are getting a lot of attention and praise these days. But there is more going on at that level than you know.
You have made 10 unsuccessful calls in a row. That failure is followed up with another 10 calls, all resulting in voicemail.
You are either the greatest sales rep in the world or the worst, depending on what you believe. Do you believe that?
In this special blog, Bill looks back on his numbers from the year reports on the subjects you felt were most valuable.
This week, Bill shows you the how, when, and what of effective follow-up procedures.