Seven Seasonal Sales Tips

by Paul Castain on December 8, 2012

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There are mucho opportunities that are missed this time of year with both clients and prospects and even coworkers believe it or not.

This week, I have 7 tips to help you with your sales efforts and at the very least . . .help you stand out!

Here’s what you’ll learn during today’s podcast . . .

A holiday mindset that goes beyond all the warm fuzzy stuff. It’s a mindset that’s quite profitable and one that will open your eyes to missed opportunities!

Something that’s non negotiable with your holiday cards.

A creative thing you can do that costs nothing and helps you stand out big time.

I wouldn’t be me if I didn’t (once again) remind you of the importance of sending emails during the holidays.

Something you can do with a little bit of candy and something you can buy at the dollar store.

Why and how to get “personal” during the holidays.

A group of people that you might be forgetting in your holiday appreciation efforts.

Additional Resources To Support Today’s Podcast . . .

1)   Jamie McClennan from The Seibel Group sends this cool holiday card to his clients and friends.

2)   Rich Filar from GN ReSound did this simple homemade video for his clients. They even through in a holiday sweater contest!

3)   4 reasons why you should email during the holidays!

4)   Here’s how one sales rock star (Fant Smith) shows appreciation.

5) I mention a website where you can buy funny holiday cards. Click here to check them out.

6)   Our January Sales School is now open for enrollments. Click here to begin the new year on top of your game!

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