UnNamed Dave The Final Chapter

“What do you think?”

“Well I can’t make the 90 calls.  It is just too much.  We are annoying the customer too much and burning our bridges.  To call the same people 3 times or more in a day it does not make sense.  We are no longer inside sales, we are just telemarketers.”

The Sales Director was not happy.  “That is where you are wrong.  This is how sales is.  It is a numbers game and you have to be aggressive.  If you don’t want to call people and be persistent then maybe you should consider if sales is for you.”

Dave had more.  “Well I have another question.  Why do you think our sales dried up in December and January?  It seemed like things were going well in October and November.  Was it something external?”

The Sales Director was still pissed.  “No.  It was you reps.  You reps are lazy.  Thinking that you can only make 20 calls and make sales.  Just not doing the work and trying to get by on as little work as possible.”

“So you think it is because everyone here is just not working hard?  Everybody on this sales floor is trying to do as little work as possible?”  Dave asked.

“Yep that is it.” -The Sales Director

 

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  1. The sales director is onto something! If you have a certain percent chance of getting the sale for every call, it is only a matter of time before you get a sale.

    If you have a 1/10 chance of getting a sale at any given call, you have a 9/10 chance of not getting the sale. The probability of not getting a sale after 20 calls would be 12%. But if you do 80 calls, the probability of not getting a single sale is 0.02%.

    So why bother finding new leads? Call the same person 80 times in a day and you’ll have a pretty damn good chance of getting that sale.

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