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Wait until the Buying Decision Team is in place to visit or pitch
Monday, 3 Oct, 2011
Wait until the Buying Decision Team is in place to visit or pitch

If you attempt to get meetings just to ‘get in front of’ a prospect (assuming that your solution will rule the day); if you present to whichever prospects will agree to see you; if you pitch when the buyer doesn’t have all of their ducks in a row, you’re not only wasting your breath, but potentially […]

Do you pitch content? Why?
Thursday, 20 May, 2010
Do you pitch content? Why?

Years ago I did consulting for KPMG. The group I trained sold an 8 figure solution that originally took 3 years to close (we brought it down to 4 months). One of the first things they did was to get an appointment with one of the managers (an entry point, not a real decision maker) […]

Why Do We Blame Buyers?
Friday, 19 Feb, 2010
Why Do We Blame Buyers?

I once told a group that I was going to title a book I’d Close More Sales if it Weren’t for the Buyer. I got a standing ovation! And I assumed I’d get a laugh. That’s like saying ‘I would have had a better birth experience if it weren’t for my mother.’
Why do we assume […]