From the Summit: At SalesSherpaGPS.com we know a good buzzword when we see it! Recently, we’ve heard everyone jump on the “bold” bandwagon. “You’re not thinking bold enough!” and “You’re not acting bold enough!” and on and on the “bold” bandwagon goes. But is “bold” a good Sales Strategy? If so, how does a Sales Leader implement “bold” into the workplace/workday for their sales teams? In this post, we’ll explore the Art of Building a Bold Sales Strategy… Enjoy!
The Bold Sales Strategy Moonshot!
What come to mind when you think about a bold business? What images form in your head? A billion dollar unicorn? The next destructive social impact model? A brand that will move the world right from the corner of your office? Yes, bold businesses are the ones that shoot for the moon, or perhaps they are also those who set their goals on things that are just beyond their immediate reach. How about a business that doubles its revenue annually? At SalesSherpaGPS.com, we are equipped with the knowledge of sharing our insights with you and you will find out how to build a killer sales strategy and how you can be a better sales leader.
What does Being Bold in Business Mean?
A bold business is a profitable business that is built on the platforms of authenticity, courage, competence, integrity and community. At SalesSherpaGPS.com, we don’t think you can run a business alone, and it is not a bold business if it’s not profitable. Bold businesses course through the pivots of having brilliant sales strategies that skyrocket the annual output of your business as well as increase your capital. Bold businesses have to do with your risk taking abilities and decision making aptness. These are what make up a sales leader.
What are the Smart Ways to Plan for Bold Goals?
One of the biggest things that we at SalesSherpaGPS.com advise is that you be realistic with yourself. You should break goals down into smaller compartments. When you are on a big project, like writing a book, it can be so overwhelming because of the bulkiness if it is not broken down into separate steps. Being overwhelmed with workload can get you disheartened and make you sweep things under the rug. We advise that you break each of your goals into more than five small steps. Take each in one after the other.
What To Do When You Don’t Reach Your Goals?
You know when a tree is cut down, it begins to sprout new branches? This goes for your business too. Never be afraid to fail at that business, it is what shapes you into a bolder business person, and Sales Leader! Someone once said that you should aim at the moon, if your target does not hit, it would land among the stars.
In this post we’ve explored the Art of Building a Bold Sales Strategy. We know that building anything, especially something “bold” won’t come easy. While the format/recipe for success has been written, this doesn’t mean that everything “bold” will rank amongst best ever ideas.
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