Mike Weinberg

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October 16, 2019

Your Mindset Going Into Prospecting

I just wrapped up an online meeting coaching a sales team on the keys to creating more sales opportunities and we went deep on prospecting. One of the topics that most resonated with these sales hunters was the importance of our mindset and attitude.In this one-minute video, I share that it’s absolutely critical how we […]

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October 7, 2019

You WANT the Meeting!

I recorded this video (before the Cardinals 9th inning collapse and painful loss Sunday afternoon) in response to comments on a LinkedIn post referencing a suggestion from my book Sales Truth.This respected sales leader’s post quoted one of my favorite (and most effective) comebacks when a prospect declines your request to meet: “Visit with me […]

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September 19, 2019

Thankful for a Full Pipeline Because Even a Tight Relationship with an SVP Couldn’t Stop These Procurement Crazies

Often, real life and real sales situations provide the best fodder for blog posts. This is definitely one of those cases. Shake your head with me as I recount this true story and conclude with a coaching lesson.A high-performing senior vice president at a large company was looking to engage me to lead a Sales Truth-based […]

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September 4, 2019

The 2019 Fall Selling Season Starts Today!

A long, long time ago, a good friend/client and I declared the critical eleven weeks between the U.S. Labor Day and Thanksgiving holidays the Fall Selling Season. For several years I published an annual post asking Are You Ready for the Selling Season Sprint?So, I’ll ask you now: are you (or your sales team) ready?Have you…Cleared your […]

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August 21, 2019

I Almost Screwed Up a Big Client Meeting…

Earlier this week three people from a large client came to visit my business partner and me in St. Louis. We’d never met with these particular individuals before, although we did have some email dialogue and a preliminary phone call before this meeting was scheduled.As my team and I were preparing for the client’s visit […]

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