Thursday, April 24th, 2014

Welcome to Sales-Selling.

“All of us are involved in selling every day. Whenever we present a product or a principle, inform a client, or instruct a child, we are engaging in the art of effective persuasion. Selling is professional persuasion.”

It was once said and I have always believed that “nothing happens until someone sells something”. If you think about it, all our lives revolve around the profession of selling. The world’s economy rises or falls on the level of trade and trade is people selling goods and services to others.

Dynamic Sales Mentoring.

Helping People Solve Their Sales Problems.

Anyone in the profession of selling, as an individual or an organisation, needs to be continually looking to improve and grow. How this is accomplished will vary but one good method is to get some outside assistance from someone or an organisation that can take a “helicopter” view of how you operate. Someone with experience can see the overall picture and be in a position to suggest what steps to take that will achieve the desired results.

Top salespeople and sales organisations cannot afford to stand still in any market. They need to understand that the gaining of knowledge and the development of selling skills will be the difference between success and failure. Knowing what is needed and where resources are best employed in developing improved performance can save time and money and achieve results sooner.

“4 Qualities of the Successful Sales Professional” The Book.

Sets out what I have identified as the four qualities possessed by all successful salespeople together with a self-help program to get you started in becoming a lifelong success in the profession of selling.

All of us are involved in selling everyday. Whenever we present a product or a principal, inform a client or instruct a child we are engaging in the art of effective persuasion.

Blogs and Posts.

The amount of information available to the selling profession is endless and at times one could be forgiven that it is all too much and enough is enough. This is one reason I have restricted my categories to those areas I feel are relevant to the profession and comment on topics of interest to both the salesperson and the organisation.


“Connecting Sales Professionals” is published monthly in email form and features one article relevant to the selling profession. If you would like to subscribe contact me through this site and I will be happy to include you next month.

I trust you find the site of interest and look forward to being of help in further developing your career in the professions of selling.