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co-written with John Holland, co-Founder, CustomerCentric Selling Some reflections on lessons we’ve been learning from our buyer-guided approach to business development. First, most folks doing business development aren’t having nearly the success day-to-day that they think they’re having. Buyers are … Continue reading

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Savvy sales managers constantly hunt for places where a little coaching can have a big impact on sales performance. The right metrics can function like coaching radar. Savvy sales coaches are just like saavy sports coaches. They use radar-like data … Continue reading

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As quarter-end approaches, reflections on what we’ve learned recently with implications for next quarter: 1/ ‘WHY’ IS THE KEY TO GAINING ACCESS In general, we’re seeing vendors with a sharply defined WHY gain access to new leads faster, and more … Continue reading

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