02
Feb 11

Preparing Thought Provoking Questions For Your Clients – Video Post

Preparing Thought Provoking Questions For Your Clients - Video Post

Do you have questions that you can ask your clients?

Preparing Thought Provoking Questions For Your Clients – Video Post

Do you have a list of hard hitting, thought provoling questions that you can ask your clients or prospects?  Do you prepare interview questions in advance of any meetings?

Jeffery Gitomer is a firm believer in making sure that you have thought provoking questions that you have prepared that you can use in your sales calls.

I believe that there are specific questions that you need to ask each client and that you should also have other questions in your back pocket to make sure that you understand exactly what your clients and prospects are requiring.

Here is a video to show you how to formulate Thought Provoking Questions questions specific to your clients needs.

What do you think?  Can you prepare thought provoking questions for your clients?

I hope this helps. Please feel free to leave a comment or email me. You can subscribe to my blog either via email or Thought Provoking QuestionsSubscribe in a reader. If you would like to suggest a topic or write a guest post, please let me know. Thank you for reading this post.

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Jan 11

Doing Your Homework For A Client Sales Meeting

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How to do your homework for a client savings meeting.

Do you prepare for any of your client meetings?  Or do you just show up unprepared and wing it?

Do you realize that preparing for a sales meeting helps you progress a sale as opposed to drawing out the process if you don’t prepare?

Watch this video to see how to do your homework for a client sales meeting including steps on how to prepare.

I hope this helps. Please feel free to leave a comment or email me. You can subscribe to my blog either via email or Subscribe in a reader. If you would like to suggest a topic or write a guest post, please let me know. Thank you for reading this post.

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Follow me on Twitter and Facebook – I follow back.

Sign up for the Sales Tip A Day Newsletter and get my “25 Must Have Sales and Marketing Tips”.

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PS. If you want to see how to do this correctly, contact me at Chris@SalesTipADay.com or use the contact from on the side.


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