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Rejected & Accepted in 3 months : THE BEST FEEL!

One of the best feeling as a Sales person was getting accepted after a prior-to-marriage-day rejection from a prospect whose agreement was made, too!

Boss had my neck before the marriage eve🀐!

Got back post vacays and then, BOOM appointments : 2 (one with the decision-making authority & one with realtime user)

The bottom up approach, worked well with value proposition shown against a quarters' billing they had without our tool

And no, price negotiation was never made, infact prospect felt offended while I denied (reasons were logical as the price point given was to make sure service capability was intact!)

Thoughts on which was your best feeling deal, yet?

Best deal was similar?
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Big Shot
Regional Sales Director
No. Not at allπŸ™„ Any particular reason?

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stay or go
AnchorPoint , Β  Lumbergh , Β  dfelly Β  and 129 people voted
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