Selling Non-system for the Spontaneous and the Creative

Selling systems work great for those organization that thrive on structure and order. Some businesses and their leaders naturally gravitate towards systems and structures. They are linear thinkers and love order and step-by-step logic in everything they do. They love the predictability and control that a system seems to provide.

But what if you are a lateral thinker who leads a spontaneous, upbeat organization that thrives on creative spirit and spontaneity? You may have discovered that when taken too far, free creativity can become chaotic. Even Picasso needed canvas to express his genius. Michelangelo’s David would not exist without the sheet of rock, the hammer and the chisel.

You may find that you do need some structure. Not the kind that confines you and sucks the creativity out of you but the kind that enhances it and channels it.

If that’s the case, I think I have a solution for you. Don’t take my word for it, however. Visit the article below and make up your own mind about it.

>> Read here: Awayre Selling (Selling Non-System for the Spontaneous Organization)

It’s 2012: Are You Evolving Beyond Your Selling System?

A selling system, often referred to as a process or a method, has a purpose and can be very helpful in selling. Too often, however, what’s supposed to serve us and free us up takes over and holds us hostage. We become beholden to the selling system instead of it serving us. This is when it stops being a tool to make us effective at selling and becomes a burden that we must carry.

>> Sales Failure (How Selling Systems are Failing Salespeople)

Perhaps your selling system is something that you learned from a training program like Sandler Selling, Dale Carnegie, SPIN Selling, Brian Tracey, Solutions Selling, Strategic Selling or many of their derivatives. May be it is something you have developed over time on your own. Or may be it’s a combination of what you learned and what you developed yourself.

If you are like many sales professionals I know, you may have found yourself in a place where the System is sabotaging you instead of helping you. If that’s the case, I think there is an alternative that allows you to keep the best elements of your selling system but transcend those that don’t serve you any more.

How does the flow of water respond to a situation? With absolute perfection without losing its flow – it nature – and its playfulness. Can the same become true for your selling system? I invite you to take a look at an alternative to selling system – a Selling Non-System – that allows you flow with the unforeseen things that the prospect throws at you and respond appropriately without being beholden to a Selling System.

>> Sales Failure (How Selling Systems are Failing Salespeople)