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5 Steps To Achieving Your Sales Goals
The other day I asked a prospective client what she thought about her sales team’s execution in 2010, surprisingly, she said that she was in favor of it!

Despite all of the magic potions and salves that promise to shorten sales cycles there is still a lag in daily selling activity and the fruit that it hopes to produce.   For some, 2010 has been a great year, but for more, 2010 has not been a banner year in sales performance.  If you are one of the sales professionals that has experienced a disappointing year, one way to finish out the year strong, and set yourself, and your organization, up for success in 2011 is to start planning now.
Despite all of the magic potions and salves that promise to shorten sales cycles there is still a lag in daily selling activity and the fruit that it hopes to produce.   For some, 2010 has been a great year, but for more, 2010 has not been a banner year in sales performance.  If you are one of the sales professionals that has experienced a disappointing year, one way to finish out the year strong, and set yourself, and your organization, up for success in 2011 is to start planning now.

Albert Einstein once said, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”  To approach next year the same way you approached this year is just plain nuts (unless you had a banner year).  To borrow another quote (this one from W.L. Bateman), “If you keep on doing what you’ve always done, you’ll keep on getting what you’ve always got.”  Ironically, if you did have a great year, the only thing you can count on for next year, is that your commission plan will be changed.  To the elite sales professional this is understood and strategically embraced.  

Here are several things you can do a little differently to make sure you finish strong in 2010 and exceed your sales expectations by knocking it out of the park in 2011.

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