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Spiff Up Your Sales Skills

Posted by: Rod Kurtz on February 22, 2006

As an entrepreneur, it’s important to be good at selling yourself and your product or service. And good sales skills mean more than just having good people skills. Developing good sales habits and mastering a few creative closing techniques will not only help you increase profits, it will boost your confidence and make selling more fun.
Become a student of selling. Let’s face it, learning something new is not always enjoyable. Selling can be uncomfortable even when you know what you’re doing. Approach sales as you would approach any new skill or proficiency: Read about how other salespeople close sales and overcome their prospects’ objections. Experiment with new techniques. Relax and have a little fun while you exercise new sales muscles.

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January 31, 2008 4:58 AM

to operate a car show room we require to knowledge best practice on selling skill to moniter and brefing sale managers, sales officers. we would appreciate the best module extend from your end.

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October 30, 2008 9:02 PM

I am looking a joining the world of car sales. I am a very confident person I would like to do well in this field. If the any advise for some that going to start in this line of work I would love to have it.


Miguel Chapa

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