Aleasha Bahr

Why Are Your Sales Conversations Ending in “Let Me Think About It?”

Why do so many of my sales conversations end in vague objections like “let me think about it or talk to [insert 3rd party] and get back to you?  They don’t seem excited when you get to the end of the conversation and they often ghost you once it’s over or respond they “decided to …

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Asking the RIGHT Questions that Actually Close the Sale

Do the questions you ask in your sales conversation give you information that actually moves the sale forward? Asking the RIGHT questions is CRUCIAL to winning the sale. And most people are losing sales by wasting each precious one on either information they don’t really need or digging into pain. Instead, when you design your …

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Turning Sales Objections into Closing Opportunities

Most people are too busy getting defensive when someone has an objection that they start “pitching” all over again or lose confidence entirely and stumble through the rest of the call. The instinct is to “overcome” the objection – which feels like a dismissing/discrediting to the prospect. Oftentimes, your prospect can even overcome their own …

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Why Introverts Unexpectedly Make the Best Sales People

In my experience, absolutely! They’re naturally a pattern interrupt – which often instantly builds more trust and trust = sales. But the #1 reason hands down introverts I talk to aren’t selling as much as they want… …is because they’re not leaning into the strengths that are unique to introverts. There are a few strengths …

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Sales Stops Being a Numbers Game When You Stop Treating People Like Numbers

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