How to adapt your sales approach to the buyer’s personality

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Why it is important to understand your buyers’ personality and adapt your sales approach

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Seventy Eighth Edition - How to adapt your sales approach to the buyer’s personality

How to adapt your sales approach to the buyer’s personality

It is time to examine your own business and how you see your customers.

  • What do your customers represent to you? Is it just cash in the till? Or more?
  • What role do they play in your business? And what role would you LIKE them to play?
  • Are they merely consumers of your products or services? Or are they involved in your business on a deeper level?
  • Understand your business from your customers’ perspective.

Our training section will help you to adapt the way you think to ensure a powerful and positive effect on your business including: Efficiency, Strategic Planning, Marketing, Sales & Product research, Customer Loyalty, and Use of social media.  Click here to read more.

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Seventy Eighth Edition – Latest articles on Dream It! Plan It! Do It!

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Seventy Eighth Edition - How to adapt your sales approach to the buyer’s personality

Finding your ‘Stress Sweet Spot’ to perform at your best

If you’re the kind of person who flourishes when a colleague calls in sick and you have to take their place at a presentation, and you produce your best work under the pressure of tight deadlines, then your optimal arousal level is high. If you prefer to work in a highly controlled environment and are overwhelmed by last-minute changes and intense pressure, then your optimal arousal level is low.  Why do people’s reactions to stress vary so wildly? It goes down to the chemical level.  Read more here.

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Seventy Eighth Edition - How to adapt your sales approach to the buyer’s personality

Trademarks

A trademark is what you use to set yourself apart from others in your space.   Naming your startup is tough. You need something that sounds nice, is easy to market, and fits with your mission. Do not put any more time or money into your brand identity until you have watched this lesson.   Learn how to create strong trademarks that are strategic and protectable.

 

 

 

 

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Seventy Eighth Edition – Interesting Reads

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Seventy Eighth Edition - How to adapt your sales approach to the buyer’s personality

The 5 secrets of business success

A key ingredient to making a start up fly is putting in the effort right across your business, not simply focusing on production or sales. Knowing and understanding your business and the business environment around you will help you expand faster and more securely – and improve the lifestyle that you and the family want to enjoy more quickly as well.  Read more here.

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Seventy Eighth Edition - How to adapt your sales approach to the buyer’s personality

Success story:  CEO of Smoothie King 

Wan Kim was no exception went he went to the U.S. from South Korea to study, and became quickly alarmed at how many calories he was taking in. So Kim started replacing greasy meals with nutrient-rich drinks from Smoothie King and developed a love of the brand’s health-focused product.  In 2003, he opened that country’s first-ever Smoothie King, and by 2010, he owned more than 100 locations — but he still wanted more… Read Kim’s success story here.

 

 

 

 

 

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Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Seventy Eighth Edition: Inspirational quote

“I owe my success to having listened respectfully to the very best advice, and then going away and doing the exact opposite.” – G. K. Chesterton

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