Sales Brief: Sales made simple

Sales Brief: Sales made simple

Early on in my sales career, I had an epiphany: selling is simple.

The hard part is not the actual selling...the hard part is not overcomplicating it. When customers WANT to buy, but struggle to make a purchase, you know you have a problem. This is where solution selling and insight selling come into play. Both aim to solve buying process complexity in their own unique way.

This week I wrote a comprehensive breakdown of these two sales models. You’ll learn how they differ, how they’re the same, and how to put them to practice during your sales process. Which model is right for you? Read and find out!

Go get’em!
Steli

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