The Sales Experience with Chris Michel

The Sales Experience with Chris Michel

This week’s theme: The Sales Experience

I’m sure you’ve heard the question “why do you do sales?” Once in a while, I think it’s fair to ask that same question to yourself. Sales is one of the most important parts of a business. It comes from the fact that it’s a key source of revenue for many companies. Sales generate new customers and gain market share and leadership positions in a number of industries.

You may think the purpose of sales is to get the sale but it is more than that. It’s not just to close a client. Sure, you want to close them quickly, but there has to be a reason why you do sales in the first place.

Join us today as our expert guest shares the impact that sales have had on his life and how he came to the decision that finding ways to serve others is now more important than focusing on himself.

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Chris Michel

Author – The Red Chair Experience, Founder CM Consulting, LLC – Sales and Business Consulting for the home services industry. Chris has over 30 years of sales and management experience. He helps small to medium business owners increase sales by creating processes, metrics, and key performance indicators. Chris helps develop business culture and provides big picture views to guide your company.

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Quote of the Day:

“Do not let any obstacles stop you. Where there are obstacles, there are also great opportunities.” ~Dottie Herman


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