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Sales Opportunities in Police Headquarters, in Divorce Proceedings Part 2

 

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by: Daniel Milstein

 

In pursuing a sales career, you must realize that you are never off your sales job. Sales Opportunities in Police Headquarters, in Divorce Proceedings Part 2 you walk out of the office, you are still a salesperson and opportunities to complete that sale are all around you.

There have been numerous times I have been at a dinner gathering or cocktail party Sales Opportunities in Police Headquarters, in Divorce Proceedings Part 2 one of the guests commented 'I'm not sure if it really is a good time to refinance,' or 'I've heard some good and
bad things about reverse mortgagesÉyou just don't know who to trust,' or 'I've been renting so long, it seems so difficult to get a
home loan these daysÉ' Within seconds I responded that I was in the mortgage business and would welcome the opportunity to help. I
have received many morning calls starting with, 'We met last night and you suggested I contact you.'

Of course, I enjoy discussing topics other than home finance; three of my favorite subjects are sports, history and politics. Yet, I am
always primed for a sales opportunity. I have met a few other salespeople who have the same instincts. No matter what product or
service you are selling, just think of the sales potential. Many salespeople avoid 'selling' Sales Opportunities in Police Headquarters, in Divorce Proceedings Part 2 they are in social settings such as a neighborhood party, football tailgate gathering or other event. It
seems they do not like being in a business mode 24/7. I always felt that these are some of the best times to make sales. You are already
ahead of 'the pack' because you are dealing with people in a friendly manner as opposed to in an office. The prospects have
invited you to help them and are just waiting for you to provide answers to their specific needs.

Certainly there are limitations to the Always Be Closing approach. I was at a funeral for a business acquaintance and afterwards was speaking to a few people. I was surprised to overhear a man talking to the wife of the deceased. He was a Realtor who explained that he was quite successful and could help her sell the family house. It wasn't the best time to make such an arrangement. Most savvy salespeople know Sales Opportunities in Police Headquarters, in Divorce Proceedings Part 2 to refrain from talking business at such inopportune occasions.

Always look for an opportunity to make a sale. Successful salespeople will see the opportunity, understand Sales Opportunities in Police Headquarters, in Divorce Proceedings Part 2 the occasion is opportune, and will seize the moment.

 


Daniel Milstein is the bestselling author of ABC of Sales. For more information, visit: http://amzn.to/ABCARTICLES.


Contributor: Daniel Milstein

Published here on: 06-Jul-14

Classification: Sales

Website: http://amzn.to/ABCARTICLES

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