I'd just skim through each and adopt the things that match your sales cycle / ICP.
Sales methodologies seem built for different sales cycles and target markets. Also... all sales methods seem to be a combo of checklists, tactics and behaviors.
Meddic - checklist, more items than you may need Medpicc- checklist, more items than you may need Challenger - approach/behavior, can be a little aspirational BANT -checklist, lacks detail GAP- checklist + tactics Command of the message SPIN Sandler NEAT Solution selling Triangle - checklist + tactics
I've had formal training in Miller Heiman and Gap. Recently our new CRO is pushing MEDDIC and wanting us to start using this in our sales cycles. However, I like what many of the others here are saying.....the best is probably going to be some combination of a few "you" find interesting and success.
I’ve had Challenger training but work in New England. If you start calling out an old yankee about how they do business they toss you out on your arse! That being said Challeneger only works in high dollar systems type sales. Every sales job I’ve had Challenger would never work. My current company has us doing a 2 hour sales training every Friday morning for the next several weeks. I have no ideas what the agenda/plan is for this training and all we’ve done so far is an elevator pitch. Not sure it’s worth anything.