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Sample Mutual Success Plan 681 downloads July 6, 2022

A mutual plan is a simple but always evolving document updated and sent after each call which confirms your understanding with the prospect. This is not an implementation plan but it should start after the first call. It should summarize your meeting and your understanding of their business drivers,...

Request for Proposal (RFP) Response Letter 2 - No Bid Letter 175 downloads February 24, 2021

How to respond to a RFP or request for proposal. If we leverage the first response letter to gain access to the key executives or stakeholders and are denied, this is a follow up letter to politely say thank you but ensuring no time has been wasted chasing a deal with little likelihood of winning. This...

Personal Activity Planner 315 downloads May 8, 2020

The Personal Activity Planner is a tool that helps to answer how many calls per month you need to make in order to hit your target income. You can utilize this tool for personal goal setting. This resource is password protected. The required password and instructions for download can be found here....

Opportunity Assessment Guide - Forecasting Guide 366 downloads February 24, 2021

The Opportunity Assessment Guide analyzes the four key components of an opportunity to determine the likelihood that the customer will invest in your solution. This is the qualification of the Value Prompter for the key players in your opportunity. If one component is determined to be missing, or undeveloped...

A.I.M Letter Overview 280 downloads June 10, 2021

This provides an overview of the ValueSelling A.I.M letter process and how we can use multiple levers to draw a response from the customer. A.I.M. stands for Anxiety, Influence, and Motivation. We must try to maximize the impact of our written communication by leveraging these multiple 'buttons' to get...