Category Archive for: Sales Methodologies

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A POC Is A Ceremony

What if I told you that a highly competitive POC (proof of concept) is more like The Presidential Inauguration ceremony than the NFL Super Bowl match? Think about it for a minute. Is a POC, a trial or a pilot project in enterprise sales context, rather a match between competitors or rather a ceremony? “A…

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[update] MEDDIC The Book, Is Here!

[UPDATE]: Registration closed. The book is out. Grab your copy here. I’m excited to announce the arrival of my new book. No surprise! Of course it’s about sales qualification. ALWAYS BE QUALIFYING. You are welcome to call it MEDDIC-The-Book. More on it later. For now, sign up to get on the list to be notified.…

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The VALUE TRIANGLE

What Is The Value Triangle The Value Triangle is a subset of the customer’s Decision Criteria that we, as a vendor, satisfy and that our competition does not. The larger it is the better the deal is qualified. Best sellers focus on it, enlarge it, make sure it’s solid, review it often with the client…

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The New Course “SAY NO” Is Now Free For Existing Subscribers

Great News! The new course “SAY NO” is now part of our best seller bundles (packages). If you are an existing subscriber to the Full MEDDIC Bundle, or Full MEDDIC Program, you can now enjoy the course “SAY NO” at no additional charge, since it’s now part of the bundle. If you are not yet…

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Symptoms Requiring Immediate MEDDIC Training

Enterprise sellers may look healthy, be in great shape, be fun to interact with, show amazing forecasts at the beginning of the quarter but sometimes despite the great look, they find reasons why their deals didn’t close on time. They may show signs and symptoms that prove they need an in-dept MEDDIC training and workshop.…

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SAY NO

SAY NO in Sales; Why? When? How?

Saying No is one of the most powerful tools in sales which is commonly and widely unused, misused or underused. Customer facing people naturally want to please the customer or the prospect by saying yes. Saying No appears often as a statement which may trigger negative or unpleasant reaction from the prospect. That’s why most sales persons can’t SAY NO; they fear losing the prospect.

BANT banned

Should BANT Be Banned?

This week I was privileged to be invited to speak at a Sales Kick Off in Chicago and to spend time with a wonderful sales team. As we were reviewing qualification criteria from the sales rep’s perspective, a question was asked about BUDGET which is the B of BANT. My response was different than what…

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Is There A MEDDIC In The Area?

In addition to the courses that you can take online, we run extremely helpful MEDDIC workshops that we only deliver in-person for now. They help you learn how to apply MEDDIC on a daily basis and practice.

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Announcing MEDDIC Certification

Get MEDDIC Certified™ ! When I started offering online courses on MEDDIC Academy, I had only one goal: to share my knowledge and translate the proven (and older) techniques of management and business into the millennials’ language. I was not expecting such a fast adoption by the market. The consequence is that MEDDIC learners and…

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Holidays Special

Holidays Special It’s that time of the year! Save some dollars and enjoy our Holiday Special. You don’t need to start learning right away if you are busy. Even though MEDDIC can help you close deals right away. Check benefits of MEDDIC here if you are new to MEDDIC. An investment in knowledge pays the…

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