Scripting Sales Calls with John Ndege

Episode 51 April 21, 2021 00:27:09
Scripting Sales Calls with John Ndege
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Scripting Sales Calls with John Ndege
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You should be scripting your sales calls the same way you script a webinar or presentation.  Reinventing the wheel every time you get on a call with your customers is less efficient than creating a standardized set of responses and direction for the call.  John Ndege has launched a number of profitable businesses, but has taken a turn to teaching solid sales strategies. 

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