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  • 5). Leadership & Teamwork  By : Kim Olver
    Strong, positive teamwork is defined by a leader who has a vision and the ability to inspire his or her team to work toward the realization of that vision. The leader is not threatened in the least by the expertise and diversity of his or her team. Rather, a good team leader engages his or her teammates in a discussion about what quality looks like, what is needed to perform and complete the job, and empowers the team members to always strive for quality improvement.
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  • 9). Live An Enthusiastical Life!  By : Pj Germain
    Without enthusiasm, all the skills and techniques you learn will not be as effective as they could be. On the other hand, if someone is enthusiastic, it is an energy builder. They can sell their ideas and ultimately accomplish more than sheer intellect.
    Article Related to: business, enthusiasm, skills, leadership

  • 14). Paint a Picture With Your Words  By : Jay
    Paint a Picture With Your Words Depending on what you sell, it is not always easy to get your point across, so it is very important to paint a picture with your words to give your customer a visual of your product, or a visual of themselves using your product. When you are meeting someone face to face, and you can show them your product up close, it is easy for them to get a visual because they are looking at it with their own eye’s, and they can hold it in their own hands.
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  • 17). Probe Before You Sell  By : Jay
    When selling a product to a customer, it is very important to find out as much as you can about your customer and their needs before you proceed with your sale. This is commonly referred to as “needs based selling.” The most effective way to find out about your customers needs, is to ask probing, open-ended questions. An open-ended question does not allow your customer to give you a “yes” or “no” answer, it makes them explain to you what their needs are, and why they would need a particular product.
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