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|Blog Post - March 10, 2022|
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PREEMPT the Objection, “We do it internally with our own people.” Strategy 1 of 3
Objection # 5 of 85:We do it internally with our own people.
When does it usually occur? Initial contact.
PREEMPTION STRATEGY 1 of 3: When you update your Competitor Analysis, you’ll know that you’ve got an internal resource competing with you, but this probably won’t be the first time this has happened to you or anyone else in your company. Ask what they would see as the best approach a salesperson could use when contacting them.
See previous blogs or the book for the four business needs, Unique Selling Points, Competitor Analysis, and scripting suggestions.
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This blog's content comes from Chapter 6: Strategies Specific to Each Objection in the Objection Free Selling book.
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