Have you been in sales for 20 plus years? Are you just getting started in sales one way or the other? If you’re looking for three super takeaways that I’ve just learned or been reminded of at a recent sales seminar you’re going to definitely want to check out the next part of this video coming up.

Hey there, it’s Billy with KeePon Cashflow and I’m back once again to help you with more tips as well as tactics on how you can go out and make more money, how you can have more control over your free time and ultimately live with less stress. So right up front, I just want to ask you if it’s your first time here, why don’t you go ahead and subscribe to the channel and also when you find value in this video, could you do me a favor? Just go ahead and like the video, leave me a couple of comments as to why you like it and then definitely share this with other people that are just like you because so many of you are helping our community to grow over and over and so quickly. And I just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for that.

And by the way, if you don’t like it you can also leave your comments there too and help me to understand what I can do to make the videos even more effective and useful for you. But as for today, I want to get back to sharing some of the key takeaways from my recent visit to a sales bootcamp.  I wrote down three things that I thought would be helpful to share with you.

And this was actually put on by the Real Estate Guys. And this specific program is called How to Win Funds and Influence People, led by Russell Gray. I think Russell is at the top of the game and is a really thoughtful salesperson. And he reminded me that it’s not just about being a sales person it’s about being a business leader and a quality person.

Let me share my Top 3 Takeaways with you.  First of all, sales itself is an absolutely noble profession provided that it’s done in the proper way.  At the end of the day, when done effectively you really helping someone to solve their problem with your solution.  Another important point about sales, when done properly.  You see it is never, ever, ever, never, ever, ever, ever about the salesperson. It is always about the person or the company that you are trying to solve an issue for. This was a great reminder.

Like I mean to see so many people who had been in sales for such a long time or and really thinking about working with people that want to potentially invest some of a portion of their life savings or a portion of what they see as their retirement fund or for their children, you need to always be focused 100% on your customer, your client and or your prospect. So I think it’s really, really important. Don’t let the possibility of a sale cloud your judgment.  You need to be focused 100% on trying to solve the person’s problem that you have in front of you. Really get focused on helping them to understand their WHY.   Until you help them understand their why, your solution doesn’t matter one bit!

The last takeaway that I’d like to share with you came from a guy that is one of the founders of what we know today as the CRM industry and his name is Mike Muhney.

During his presentation he mentioned something that you should keep in mind every single time you have an interaction with someone that you are trying to help…Mike talked about how you should be working to make a positive impact on someone rather than being focused on success.

Because that’s what it should be about. It shouldn’t be about you being successful as a sales exec and you’re doing all this other stuff. This thought made such a profound impact on so many people in the audience that I thought you should know it as well.

I hope that these ideas help you be more focused in your interactions with your customers and anyone else that you are serving.  And I wanted to share that with you because I know it will help anybody, whether you’re getting started in sales or you just needed that refresher like I did.

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This is Billy keels.

That’s my 2 cents for today.

And as always, Hasta laPróxima!

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