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Joseph Sugarman Quote
This month's theme highlights the importance of problem solving!
And today's quote comes from Joseph Sugarman, an American author best known for his book, Success Forces. He said:
“Each problem has hidden in it an opportunity so powerful that it literally dwarfs the problem. The greatest success stories were created by people who recognized a problem and turned it into an opportunity.“
– Joseph Sugarman
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Resources for Improving Problem Solving Skills
There’s no doubt about it: selling is challenging.
And as a sales manager, sales leader, or salesperson, you’ve likely encountered challenge after challenge.
The good news? Identifying your problem and actually solving it is entirely within your grasp. In fact, it’s a lot easier than you might believe!
Below are some of our best resources for improving your problem solving skills:
1. eBook – Solving Sales Problems: How to CRUSH the #1 Problem for Salespeople & Sales Managers [and all other humans!]
When it comes to coaching salespeople, it’s important to know and understand the obstacles that stand in their way.
Did you know that head trash is the number ONE problem for salespeople, sales managers, and all other human beings?!
We wrote this eBook to help you and your team to crush head trash!
2. eBook – Troubleshoot Your Sales Problems
What do you do when your close rate is declining?
What about when revenue has flatlined – or worse, is dropping?
Sales performance problems have an immediate impact on the bottom line, but they’re often very difficult to diagnose.
Save time by clicking here to learn about the common causes of poor sales performance!
3. CFS Blog
Be sure to check out the CFS blog for some of our top posts on problem solving. Here's a few of our favorites below!
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