Most of us believe that we have to work very very hard in order to get ahead. Interestingly enough, this goes back to the very roots of modern civilization, driven ever more deeply through Protestantism and early capitalism.
And there was probably a lot of truth to this dogma back in the day where you had to work really hard in order to get ahead, or to just put food on the table.
But in today’s world many of those rules, that we accept as written in stone, simply don’t apply anymore. I’m not suggesting that you can be lazy, but you don’t have to kill yourself in order to get ahead in sales. I see it over and over again, in fact if we’re really strategic about the way we sell, we can dominate our competition while working half as hard as they do.
There are some powerful sales hacks that change everything for those who actually use them.
In this video, I’m going to show you “Three Hacks to Close Way More Sales Than Ever Before.”
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So there you have it. Now you know 3 hacks to close way more sales than ever before. I want to hear from you. Have you ever used this approach before? If so, what was the result? Be sure to share below in the comments section. Ill respond to every comment I possibly can.
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About the Author Marc Wayshak
Marc is is the best-selling author of three books on sales and leadership, including the highly acclaimed titles Game Plan Selling, The High-Velocity Sales Organization and his forthcoming book, Sales Conversations, Mastered.
Marc is a contributor to Inc, HubSpot, Fast Company, Entrepreneur Magazine, and Huffington Post Business. He also hosts a popular YouTube channel on sales strategy with over 103,000 subscribers.
Marc helps thousands of people his data-driven, science-based approach to selling that utilizes all the best tools available to sales organizations today.