#773: Avoiding Common Year-End Sales Mistakes
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Bill and Bryan discuss some of the most common mistakes sales teams make when trying to close out the year strong. They talk about the dangers of discounting to hit quota, warning that this can train customers to always expect a deal.  The guys emphasize starting with the intention to help prospects truly, not just make the numbers look good. They advise against putting too much pressure on prospects to close deals by year-end when there may not be a good reason and the importance of having a vision for both the next 30-45 days and the coming year so you don't lose momentum.  Time for you to get serious about your 2024 goals? If so join our 2024 Personal Business Planning Masterclass on December 6th. To learn more go to http://billcaskey.com/personalbusinessplanning ================================= Want our "Insider Secrets?" Go to http://advancedsellingpodcast.com/insidersecrets to get them right now! The Insider program is open for enrollment. If you have not checked out our small learning group, go to http://advancedsellingpodcast.com/insider to join today! If you haven't already, make sure you join us in our LinkedIn group: http://advancedsellingpodcast.com/linkedin. Looking for more sales training like this podcast? Download our FREE audio program, The Ultimate Pre-Game. http://ultimatepregame.com =================================  
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