There’s something I need to get off my chest: Sales trainers are lying to you. The vast majority of sales trainers out there are spreading outright lies. I know that might sound crazy—but let me explain.
Most sales trainers teach salespeople old-school, out-of-date ideas about selling. These sales trainers aren’t bad people—they just got their information from a time when cars didn’t have seatbelts, the payphone was a salesperson’s best friend, and the web was just a thing created by spiders.
Seriously, even most sales books written today are just repackaged and regurgitated ideas from a bygone era. As a result, what they’re telling salespeople to do simply doesn’t work anymore. Let’s face it: EVERY salesperson out there has been on the receiving end of some pretty damaging lies about how to sell.
In this video, you’ll learn all about the 5 deadly lies every salesperson has been told by sales trainers. Check it out:
So there you have it. Now you know 5 Deadly Lies EVERY Salesperson Has Been Told by Sales Trainers. I want to hear from you. Have you ever been told these lies by sales trainers? 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.