10 Proven Keys for Keeping Sales Consistent

Think about the months where your sales are really high.  What can follow those months?  Have you experienced the nervous stress of high peaks and low valleys in sales?  Do you find yourself scrambling to find new opportunities to close since you just closed everything HOT in your pipeline?  You are not alone.  However, there is a way to have more consistent sales at high levels.  Check out the top 10 proven keys for keeping your sales consistent:

  • #1  Have a Strategy For Each Day – Don’t Wing It!
  • #2  Always Be Improving – try new techniques
  • #3  Don’t Allow Clients To Fall Through The Cracks
    • Be Going Deeper, Wider, Broader
    • Set Reminders For Consistent Follow Up in Specific Intervals
  • #4  Block Time For Prospecting – Emails, Phone Calls, In-Person, Social Media
  • #5  Plan Your Next Day At The End of the Day

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The Proven Social Selling Routine Used by 65,000+ Sales People

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As we all have seen, there is a BUZZ around Social Selling today.  It isn’t new, it’s just the focus in a heavy way today because just implementing traditional ways of prospecting is NOT working anymore.  One of the BIG things we talk about here at MWI is the importance of using a “Combination Approach.”

This is where we believe using this proven formula of Social Selling + Phone Prospecting (with a strategy) + In the field Prospecting (when applicable by industry) + Email Strategies + Voicemail Techniques = SUCCESS!!!

All of us who have been selling for a lifetime (it seems) and those that are just entering into this exciting career of consulting, know (or soon will) that Sales is not easy.  A career in Sales and to MASTER the Art, takes time, dedication, persistence and CONSTANT learning.  You see “Change” is inevitable.  It is the constant you can count on.  So as Consultants, we have to watch, listen and learn what is working today and what is not working today.  This ebbs and flows.

What that means is what worked for us even 6 months ago, may not work for us today.  What stopped working today may work again in 1 year.  You see, processes that become saturated usually become less effective (example phone calling).  However, as our profession starts to shift heavily into Social Selling since our phones are being screened at a much higher rate today . . .

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