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Do That Thang (During More Than 36% of Your Time)


The Sales Round Up

June 18 · Issue #81 · View online

The ultimate newsletter for modern sales professionals — presented by Map My Customers

Sales representatives spend 64% of their time not selling.
In other words, the average sales person is only doin’ their thang 36% of the time. The biggest chunk of the non-money-making time–a whopping 25%–is dedicated to administrative tasks. You know, busy work.
Imagine what your sales could look like if you transformed that administrative time to money-makin’, deal-closin’, client-impressin’ time.
So, how do you help your sales folk be more productive? By fixing your sights on the 5 central productivity goals: use good tools; tighten on-boarding; automate; incentivize; and optimize.
Check out these articles from across the interwebs to get tips on boosting your productivity
Let’s do this,

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