“7 REASONS WHY YOUR SDR'S AREN’T MAKING QUOTA”

From the articleWhat does it take to become the VP of sales in a start-up?
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Cold Email

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    Of all the skills I’ve had to develop in my sales career — prospecting, qualifying, pitching, building executive relationships, negotiating, and closing — the pitch is one of my favorite parts of the sales cycle. Why? Because it’s a unique opportunity to demonstrate how much diligence my team has done to understand the customer’s business, to differentiate ourselves from the competition, and to leave the customer with a simple, lasting message they’ll remember long after the meeting is over

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Sales Career

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    February, 7

    What does it take to become the VP of sales in a start-up?

    Of all the skills I’ve had to develop in my sales career — prospecting, qualifying, pitching, building executive relationships, negotiating, and closing — the pitch is one of my favorite parts of the sales cycle. Why? Because it’s a unique opportunity to demonstrate how much diligence my team has done to understand the customer’s business, to differentiate ourselves from the competition, and to leave the customer with a simple, lasting message they’ll remember long after the meeting is over

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Sales Management

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    Of all the skills I’ve had to develop in my sales career — prospecting, qualifying, pitching, building executive relationships, negotiating, and closing — the pitch is one of my favorite parts of the sales cycle. Why? Because it’s a unique opportunity to demonstrate how much diligence my team has done to understand the customer’s business, to differentiate ourselves from the competition, and to leave the customer with a simple, lasting message they’ll remember long after the meeting is over

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Sales Process

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    February, 7

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    Of all the skills I’ve had to develop in my sales career — prospecting, qualifying, pitching, building executive relationships, negotiating, and closing — the pitch is one of my favorite parts of the sales cycle. Why? Because it’s a unique opportunity to demonstrate how much diligence my team has done to understand the customer’s business, to differentiate ourselves from the competition, and to leave the customer with a simple, lasting message they’ll remember long after the meeting is over

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    Of all the skills I’ve had to develop in my sales career — prospecting, qualifying, pitching, building executive relationships, negotiating, and closing — the pitch is one of my favorite parts of the sales cycle. Why? Because it’s a unique opportunity to demonstrate how much diligence my team has done to understand the customer’s business, to differentiate ourselves from the competition, and to leave the customer with a simple, lasting message they’ll remember long after the meeting is over

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