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John Asher’s Fourth Factor for Success for an Elite Salesperson 7 Minute Podcast

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The fourth factor for success is motivation. While this is a very complex subject, John Asher says he has found the four things that affect the mindset of salespeople. The elite salesperson has learned to work with and control some of the factors that lead them to be constantly motivated to perform. Hints: one of the factors is built-in, the other three, he or she has learned to cope with. 

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John Asher’s Third Factor for Success for an Elite Salesperson 6 Minute Podcast

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Are product knowledge, personality, and persistence enough to make an elite salesperson?  Not really. Without sales skills, well-meaning but skill-less salespeople will flounder. In the episode, John Asher talks about the need to have superior skills, ten of them in fact, to be an elite salesperson.

This program is an extract from the March 5th Asher Sales Sense Podcast is “Five Factors for Success in Sales: The Secrets to Becoming an Elite Salesperson” with John Asher.

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John Asher’s Second Factor for Success for an Elite Salesperson 7 Minute Podcast

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Some salespeople are great at their profession and some are not. What does it take to become an elite salesperson? Are you just born to it or does it come with a lot of sweat equity? Maybe both. What factors determine your success? Why do some salespeople make a sale seem almost effortless? Are natural born hunters born?

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John Asher and the First Factor for Success for an Elite Salesperson 6 Minute Podcast

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For this podcast, John Asher covers the first of five factors for success in sales, Product Knowledge, that gives salespeople power and confidence.  The faster they attain deep product knowledge the more confident they become and they are accepted by their prospects as knowledgeable salespeople that can answer their questions. Salespeople that try to BS their way past product questions are immediately detected and dismissed by the prospect. 

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Harnessing Neuro-Linguistic Programming to Reframe Price Objections

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Let’s demystify Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) so we can sell more stuff. NLP has an imposing name, but it’s not really rocket science. It’s only “brain language” and knowing how to communicate with it can elevate your sales game to the elite level - especially if you combine it with practical applications. Price objections, for example.  You can use NLP to shift the customer conversation from price to value. And what salesperson doesn’t want to do that?

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Why Listening is the Most Valuable Sales Skill - Podcast from Alan Stein Jr.

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For this episode of Asher Sales Sense Podcast, Alan Stein Jr., the sales coach will reveal the performance secrets of world-class athletes and how they can inspire and empower you and your team to take immediate action and improve mindset, habits, and productivity.

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Five Factors for Success in Sales: The Secrets to Becoming an Elite Salesperson

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It’s estimated there are about 25 million people in the US who have sales or business development attached to their titles and job responsibilities. Some are great at their profession and some are not. What does it take to become an elite salesperson? Are you just born to it or does it come with a lot of sweat equity? What factors determine your success? Why do some salespeople make a sale seem almost effortless?

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How to Manage Email, and other Productivity Tips Using Taskology

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With too much to do, too many emails and too little time, it can be a struggle to finish projects, meet deadlines and get results on time and on target. Many professionals are working reactively and at a rapid pace, just trying to keep up, which often brings feelings of stress, frustration and overwhelm.

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Building Best Practice Product Knowledge Training

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Being Vice President of Sales is a tough job. You’ve climbed your way up in the organization not only through your innate talent as a salesperson but also through your organizational skills. Now’s the hard part: building a sales team that’s as good or better than you at bringing in new clients. You’ve hired the best people you could find, evaluating their natural aptitude, past performance, and fit into your company’s culture. Now what? Send them right out to the field? Maybe that’s rushing it a bit. More likely than not, it’s best to first spend time preparing your hunters to hunt.

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How to Hire a Natural Born Salesperson - Karen Caplan

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Is it possible to find a “natural-born” salesperson? Of course, says Karen Caplan, President, and CEO of Frieda’s Specialty Produce in Los Alamitos, California.  It’s often been said that the hardest thing for business leaders and owners to do is hire good salespeople.   

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