Maverick founder Brent Hale had the opportunity to appear on the Growth Process Podcast in April. Listen to “Automate Sales Persistence & Modern Business Growth with Brent Hale” by clicking https://www.buzzsprout.com/1785391/10382828-automate-sales-persistence-modern-business-growth-with-brent-hale
We hear this one all the time. “I’m not in marketing. I’m in sales!” Well, we know how you feel. Marketing is a different skill set. Sales is about growing relationships and cultivating those relationships until those leads flower into mutually beneficial relationships. But still, many companies have entrusted their business development representatives with marketing […]
Most of our clients use Maverick for sales and business development. And while that is why we designed it, it’s not the only practical application for it!
Actually listening to your prospect is a vital part of the sales process. And once you’ve listened, it is critical to find a way to communicate with your prospect down the road. Learn how Maverick can help!
It’s good for any of us to take time away from work. Whether it’s a vacation or a leave, it ultimately yields many positive outcomes. But a lot of us truly have a hard time getting away. In 2019, LinkedIn conducted a survey that showed that 59% of us took time off and still checked in with a boss or co-workers at least once a day. Nearly 23% said that they checked in with work three times a day. (As someone who checks in with work way more than that, I am surprised it’s that low, honestly). But if you’re in a sales function, particularly if you’re making commission, it can be really hard to free yourself from the desk.
You’re a salesperson, or in business development, or you’re a revenue officer, or maybe any number of other fancy terms for it. But the main thing that makes you great at what you do is the relationships that you have, and knowing how to be in the right place at the right time. It sounds simple, right? But those relationships have been built over years of hard work. And most great salespeople have a system.