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Closing Sales: Psychology of Confirming Sales


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Price
£10 inc VAT
Study method
Online, self-paced
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

Overview

Explain the difference between closing and confirming sales, Define the most important “close” you’ll ever make, Describe how positive expectancy confirms more sales

Description

Understand why the most important sale you’ll ever make is to yourself and why you should confirm a sale and not close them. Discover how to use the principles of positive expectancy to confirm more sales and how to maintain positive expectancy. Confirming a sale is one of the biggest events for any sales representative. Being equipped with the right knowledge, makes this happening more often and with a long-term customer relation coming up.

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