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Part 1 Of The Positive
Reinforcement Sales Series
Why People Don’t Like salesman
At a Hollywood party
I told a few actors,
Directors, and other
media folks I was going
to do a blog series about
Positive ...
My response was "Selling Without Being A Jerk"
When doing a Google search on
- Salesmen are -
we get these three descriptive words
Number one = Liars
Number two = Annoyi...
Google Search
Sales trainers and Gurus will
disagree with these finding and
dispute all of this.
However, this is what the general public
and What Your Customers Think
Are most salespeople hornheads?
How Aggressive and Threatening
Should a salesperson be?
Here are some random Craigslist ads looking for aggressive salespe...
As I mention in
the companion
blog post not all
aggression is bad.
Touching a dog on the top of the
head is usually a form...
The problem is that many sales
professionals exploit other people’s
good manners by using bad
aggression.
GSP stealing Lab...
Salespeople often
attack the social
processes of a
courteous society
Such as Play
Some forms of
aggression
are desirable.
Greeting rituals are
another good type of
ritualized aggression
Elimination of the sales Annoyance
is even difficult for Positive
Reinforcement Sales.
Gourmet food truck at a
celebrity s...
Sales can be made
more enjoyable and
less annoying by
wanting to help the
customer as much or
more than you want
to make t...
It is best to hound your
customers in a ways that
does not harry them
We all have customers, even when
reporting on commun...
Customers will not know you
want to help them make
the best decisions about
products and/or services
until they trust you
...
Most people wont trust you until
they get to know you. You can
also use an earned reputation to
speed up the trust buildin...
Get more information from
my website AndrewLedford.com
The companion blog
Why People Don’t Like Salesmen
and What’s Wrong ...
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Why People Don’t Like Salesman - Part One of the Positive Reinforcement Sales Series.

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First part of the Positive Reinforcement Sales Series, From http://andrewledford.com/ Learn why society at large doesn’t like salespeople. There will also be a short introduction about some things we can begin to do to change the reputation of sales.

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Why People Don’t Like Salesman - Part One of the Positive Reinforcement Sales Series.

  1. 1. Part 1 Of The Positive Reinforcement Sales Series
  2. 2. Why People Don’t Like salesman
  3. 3. At a Hollywood party I told a few actors, Directors, and other media folks I was going to do a blog series about Positive Reinforcement Sales. Many of them ask what’s that?
  4. 4. My response was "Selling Without Being A Jerk"
  5. 5. When doing a Google search on - Salesmen are - we get these three descriptive words Number one = Liars Number two = Annoying Number three = Scum Plus we also get another descriptive term that indicates they have an inborn personality trait - Born Not Made
  6. 6. Google Search
  7. 7. Sales trainers and Gurus will disagree with these finding and dispute all of this.
  8. 8. However, this is what the general public and What Your Customers Think Are most salespeople hornheads?
  9. 9. How Aggressive and Threatening Should a salesperson be? Here are some random Craigslist ads looking for aggressive salespeople
  10. 10. As I mention in the companion blog post not all aggression is bad. Touching a dog on the top of the head is usually a form of ritualized Aggression. However, there are some dogs that do not consider head touching as praise or Good.
  11. 11. The problem is that many sales professionals exploit other people’s good manners by using bad aggression. GSP stealing Lab’s ball
  12. 12. Salespeople often attack the social processes of a courteous society
  13. 13. Such as Play Some forms of aggression are desirable.
  14. 14. Greeting rituals are another good type of ritualized aggression
  15. 15. Elimination of the sales Annoyance is even difficult for Positive Reinforcement Sales. Gourmet food truck at a celebrity salon’s gala event
  16. 16. Sales can be made more enjoyable and less annoying by wanting to help the customer as much or more than you want to make the sale.
  17. 17. It is best to hound your customers in a ways that does not harry them We all have customers, even when reporting on community events. Me interviewing Hound Dog Rescue. When interviewing people I need to have their trust. But I am also going to ask for the interview in a very friendly way
  18. 18. Customers will not know you want to help them make the best decisions about products and/or services until they trust you Using positive reinforcement to Build trust with a fearful and aggressive Pit Bull
  19. 19. Most people wont trust you until they get to know you. You can also use an earned reputation to speed up the trust building process
  20. 20. Get more information from my website AndrewLedford.com The companion blog Why People Don’t Like Salesmen and What’s Wrong With Sales Follow my Google Plus profile Andrew Ledford G+ Or Twitter twitter.com/AndrewLedford

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