You Need This Presentation Now More Than Ever
You need to be having more conversations with more prospects. Some of those conversations will yield business now. Some will yield business down the line. You have to be able to “sell” prospects on having those conversations with you instead of your competitors. That’s why this knowledge bite is so timely. Don’t pitch your products and services first. Instead, sell the benefits of have a conversation with you instead of your competitors first.
I promise you my training is better than my pitch for it.
Because people buy the way you sell before they buy what you sell.
Chris Lytle has conducted more than 2200 seminars throughout the English-speaking world. A gifted speaker and teacher, Chris inspired and educated countless radio advertising sales professionals for 44 years. He is famous for providing “more usable information-per-minute” than anyone else in the business.
Chris is the author of the business bestsellers: The Accidental Salesperson. Instant Sales Training, continues to deliver his sales training in easily digestible knowledge bites. This automatic sales improvement process revolutionizes the way sales managers develop the people who develop their profits.
“Choose to become an expert. Become known for what you know and not just what you sell and watch your sales, customer retention and referrals go through the roof.” — C.L.
Chris’ mission is making successful people and companies even more successful.
Because the better you get . . . the better you’d better get.
I’m a long-time Lytle fan. Now, his Instant Sales Training is a fresh approach that makes my job of preparing for the weekly sales meeting easy. Hearing an outside expert delivering a concept has more impact than my talking to the team about the same idea. It works.”
Yes, by all means my staff and I get a great benefit from your weekly training sessions.
“Instant Sales Training saves me hours planning sales training sessions. Chris covers timely subjects week after week. More importantly, my salespeople really engage in lively discussions during the meetings.”