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Connect. Build Rapport. Close Sales. Communication Tools to Help Every Step of the Way

The world seems to be turning faster, and everyone needs an answer immediately. We’re glued to our phones, our messaging devices, and constantly checking our emails. But are we choosing the best ways to stay connected and share ideas? Are there communication tools that can help streamline this work?  The good news, yes. The better […]

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Build Your ‘Book of Business’ Through Virtual Networking

2020 changed the world forever in ways we’re still discovering and adjusting to. Social distancing forced many jobs online. Workspaces became remote. Meetings were no longer held in conference rooms, but Zoom rooms.  One thing hasn’t changed though: the need for networking with clients. Relationship building remains a crucial part of sales. However, a new […]

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4 Shining Ways to Showcase Your Remote Employee Acumen

With more jobs turning into remote positions, it’s never been more important to show potential employers how you will thrive in this area. The core of your medical sales job might be the same. Be charismatic. Build relationships. Close deals.  But now those face-to-face meetings and networking events have all gone virtual. Handshakes have been […]

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3 Ways to Shape Your Virtual Presence in Sales

Medical sales reps are used to having their game face on for in-person sales calls. Years of practice have allowed reps to perfect their pitch and close sale after sale. Since the start of 2020, however, many reps have been forced to call on clients virtually. With no end in sight, there’s a good possibility […]

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8 Ways Medical Sales Reps Can Prepare for a Season of Uncertainty

Just when medical sales reps started to get back to business with in-person sales calls, the pandemic threatens to shut doors on many reps again. With global medical experts predicting another surge of COVID-19 and the US entering into flu season, we face another season of uncertainty.  Despite the unknowns, sales reps have learned a […]

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5 Ways You Can Leverage Marketing Superpowers to Boost Sales

When you choose to focus your career in medical representative sales, you accept you alone are responsible for meeting your goals. On a sales call, it’s just you and the client — and in a lot of ways, you control your own success.  One way to increase the odds of hitting your sales goals is […]

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Accelerate Your Medical Sales Career with the Help of a Sales Coach

Sales success seems easy enough to define. Close the deal, meet the quota, and hit the goal. And that’s all true. Sales numbers can be a great indicator of short term success. However, the most successful salespeople think beyond the next deal or even sales season. They look for ways to grow in their career.  […]

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Flex Your Empathy: Why Emotional Intelligence is Your Greatest Strength

How do you make yourself stand out when searching for a medical sales job? Is it by having a solid resume with years of experience? Touting impressive technical skills? Or having a strong knowledge of the industry?  All of these are extremely important, but they don’t stack up to emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence, also known […]

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Contemplating a New Career? Ask These 3 Questions About Medical Sales College

Learn more about Medical Sales College If 2020 has you contemplating a career change, you wouldn’t be the only one. And with so much focus on the healthcare industry, you may find yourself wondering if and how you might find success in this 3.6 trillion dollar industry. Going to med school likely isn’t an option, […]

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Saying No to No: Overcoming Sales Objections

You’re half-way through your sales presentation when all of a sudden the client says: “No. Stop. I’ve heard enough.” It’s like a punch in the gut after all the work you’ve done. This moment happens to every salesperson at some point. A sales objection is a pivotal moment in the conversation, and you control which […]