Archive For: Sales Skillset

Top 8 Traits A Top Sales Person Always Have

A sales person is the front liner of a company or business. Most of the time, a sales person is either out for appointments or making phone calls to set future appointments. The main requirement of a sales person is …


Sales Superstition

Superstition can be created by anything. Some get superstitious when they do not wear their lucky shirt when their favorite football team is playing. Some even get superstitious when something breaks just before an important event like… an interview for …

Sales Force Training Malaysia

Sales Force Training Malaysia

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Do you train your sales force to make lots of cold calls and appointments but somehow they are not achieving their sales target you have set for them? Why won’t the appointments close sales anymore? Now the question is, how …


Negotiation Training Malaysia

Are you looking for the best negotiation training in Malaysia? Negotiation can be a crucial part in determining a profit or a loss in a deal. Sometimes a wrong decision may cause a loss in profits for that project that …


Sales People Need To Change

Grandmaster Hanzo was on his way to a Sri Petaling restaurant to redeem his Groupon voucher. Since he was going there the first time, he used a GPS to help him find the way. As he was reaching the restaurant,


Spicy Korean Barbecue Dish!

When you enter a Korean Restaurant, you are immediately greeted with the amazing sounds of sizzling barbeque and the smell of tasty marinated meat on the hot plate! It’s an amazing experience.

It was a weekend and our Sales Ninja


Car Sales Closing Techniques

Looking for good car sales closing techniques? In automotive sales, cars may not be a fast paced product where you get to close 1-2 deals a day. An average closing number for a car sales person is about 5 deals …


Selling Skills In Malaysia

Looking to learn selling skills in Malaysia? Then you’ve reached the right place. But before we move on to selling skills, let me share with you a short story of Grandmaster Hanzo that happened during lunch.

Here’s how it went.…