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Here’s how a furniture rep achieved rock star status with some cash and an idea. It’s a lesson sales managers and owners can use to get sales results.
Here are three major insights that can turn a $1 million dollar writer into someone who writes twice or three times that amount.
One key perspective and a lot of missing know-how separate your best sales performers from mid and low-level performers. Here’s why.
Life-changing success skills advice that store owners and managers will want to pass on to every new hire.
When an RSA suggests adding a mattress to a bedroom set purchase, the sale may start to get complicated and possibly start to go really wrong.
The secret of the most effective retail sales closers is that they don’t treat closing as a separate step in the sales process.
Contributing editor Scott Morris presents ways to help your retail salespeople get better every day.
The need to address room issues is vitally important for closing sales and building tickets in furniture stores.
Knowing the positive and negative
qualities of these seven sales types will help you to be a better coach or mentor.
Making an engaging product demonstration that builds value, enlightens
customers, and convinces them through comparison, helps get the job done.
Sol was the best closer in a chain of 23 furniture stores. He passed along
the following three selling “moxies” that are still relevant to salespeople today.
Sales training during onboarding often focuses on what’s important to stores. Ongoing training needs to refocus on what’s important to customers.
As pandemic related issues retreat, what exactly might be done to increase the relevance of in-store sales experiences?
Ten proven benefits that flow from asking shoppers the right questions to help them create the right feel for their rooms.