Impact is the COST of the problem, not just the problem itself

May 01, 2015

Impact is the COST of the problem, not just the problem itself. This is a critical distinction. Too many salespeople view the fact that the customer has a problem that "must be costing them something" as a sufficient foundation for the customer to base a purchase decision upon...



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