If you’re looking for some inspiration for your sales efforts, these sales leadership quotes are a great place to start.
From sales experts like Matthew Dixon, Brent Anderson, and Jeb Blount, to inspirational leaders like Simon Sinek, Grant Cardone, and Stephen Covey, we hope you find the following sales leadership quotes helpful.
Ready to ignite your sales efforts? Here we go!
39 Tweetable Sales Leadership Quotes to Inspire Your Sales Efforts
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg
What’s the difference between success and failure? Grant Cardone and Simon Sinek share more on what it takes to move beyond the curve with the following sales leadership quotes.
The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure by Grant Cardone
Start With Why: How Great Leader Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek
18) “Some in management positions operate as if they are in a tree of monkeys. They make sure that everyone at the top of the tree looking down sees only smiles. But all too often, those at the bottom looking up see only asses.”
What do great sales leaders have in common? They understand that becoming a great seller isn’t about selling; it’s about hard work and action. Matthew Dixon, Brent Adamson, Jeb Blount, and Mark Hunter share their views on great selling with these sales leadership quotes.
The Challenger Sale by Matthew Dixon and Brent Adamson
24) “Challengers win not by understanding their customers’ world as well as the customers know it themselves, but by actually knowing their customers’ world better than their customers know it themselves, teaching them what they don’t know but should.”
25) “After all, there’s usually little stopping your competition from discounting their way to a win. In that game, loyalty is essentially irrelevant, as customers aren’t looking for a partner, they’re looking for a bargain.”
26) “The world of solution selling is almost definitionally about a disruptive sale. It’s not that you’re asking customers to buy your product and put it up on the shelf with all of the other products they’ve bought. Rather, you’re asking customers to change their behavior—to stop acting in one way and starting acting in another.”
27) “Customers aren’t looking for reps to anticipate, or ‘discover,’ needs they already know they have, but rather to teach them about opportunities to make or save money that they didn’t even know were possible.”
Fanatical Prospecting by Jeb Blount
30) “Here is the brutal reality. If you don’t have a plan, you will become a part of someone else’s plan. You can either take control of your life or someone else will use you to enhance theirs. It’s your choice.”