Fear of Cold Calling? New Book Demystifies, Conquers Challenging Sales Tactic
"The Secrets to Cold Call Success" details cold call strategy, and step-by-step instructions, to help sales representatives get in front of who they want, when they want, for whatever reason they want.
By: Paul M. Neuberger
Most salespeople would prefer a weekly root canal to dialing up complete strangers. With the average cold call success rate around 5 percent, it's easy to see why.
No longer. "The Secrets to Cold Call Success," a new book by international sales trainer and keynote speaker Paul M. Neuberger, demystifies cold calling and provides a step-by-step process to succeed with it. Readers will learn how to get in front of who they want, when they want, for whatever reason they want.
"Too many salespeople approach cold calling like a numbers game, which is a formula for failure and frustration,"
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A major failure of most sales reps lies in their cold calling script, Neuberger points out. It's why most cold calls die in the opening seconds. "The Secrets to Cold Call Success" provides a step-by-step guide to creating a unique script that draws out prospects, instead of chasing them away.
Neuberger's written sales symposium addresses other hurdles encountered by salespeople:
"This book represents the culmination of a long-held goal, to put all the elements of my cold call training into a format that anybody can access and absorb at their own pace," Neuberger said. "I hope that readers find it enjoyable and useful, and implement its highly-detailed guidance to drive their sales careers to new levels of success."
Neuberger's cold call training extends to nearly 120 countries through Cold Call University, his online training course that has been translated into 34 languages. His Cold Call Coach (https://coldcallcoach.net/
"The Secrets of Cold Call Success" is available through Amazon or at https://paulmneuberger.com/
Paul M. Neuberger