#788: Removing the Guesswork from Sales
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Accurate sales forecasting is a consistent struggle for many organizations. In this episode, Bill and Bryan dive deep into the root causes behind this prevalent issue. They explore how leadership's pressure for inflated pipelines can lead to inaccurate forecasts, as well as the inherent unpredictability of human nature that impacts both buyers and sellers. The guys discuss the importance of extreme objectivity in the sales process, addressing lagging closed dates and the need for a true partnership mindset between buyers and sellers.  Struggling to design a sales compensation plan that actually works? Check out Xactly, xactlycorp.com, and see how their AI-powered platform can help optimize your commissions, motivate your team, and drive growth - be sure to mention The Advanced Selling Podcast!  ================================= 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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