Don't spoil sales chemistry by peppering presentation with questions

09/4/2009 | Manage Smarter

Contrary to a theory that salespeople should ask prospects as many questions as possible, one expert suggests asking only basic questions about the client's situation, and then keeping questions in a presentation to as few as possible. The best questions are highly focused, make clients think about on their conclusions and illustrate significant insights.

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