Your sales prospects didn't buy because they didn't believe

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The typical prospect, satisfied with an incumbent supplier, is a skeptic. 

What are you doing to satisfy the skeptic?

 

They didn't believe you

 

Latent demand is a marketing idea. It means unexpressed demand. There's latent demand for new ideas that haven't come to market yet. 

The typical prospect does not have enough experience to make an educated decision. The prospect didn't buy from you because they didn't believe you. 

...It's not the referral source's job to figure out how to trust you. It's your job to figure out how to help them develop trust... 

3M popularized the idea of time-pacing by requiring that 30% of their profits came from businesses that didn't exist 5 years ago. We do the same thing in selling by creating new relationships faster. 

...As we come out with new ideas, they're latent demand. The customer doesn't know about it. We have to challenge them... 

 

Andy Gole Seminars:

 

Sales Leadership

The Crisis in Sales Leadership

Do or Die vs. Best Efforts

Rocky, Freud, Darwin & Selling

Crisis in Creating New Sales Relationships Heroic Selling

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