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Video: What Not to Do When Asserting a Point of View in Sales

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asserting opinion in sales

January 21, 2020Video

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Sales professionals need a way to position a message that encourages receptiveness from the customer. Unfortunately, too many sales professionals make missteps when trying to assert a point of view.

In Richardson Sales Performance's video, What Not to Do When Asserting a Point of View in Sales, we show what these missteps look like. The two-minute scenario illustrates where sales professionals often go wrong when attempting to be assertive in a customer dialogue.

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