funcoupons
WR Officer
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๐Ÿ‘‘
I mean, he went right into the value prop without discovering any true need or pain points so I give it a 6/10
CoorsKing
WR Officer
7
Retired King of the Coors Knights
Agreed. He doesnโ€™t even know if they need a keyboard or what their favorite letter is. What if they donโ€™t even have hands?! ๐Ÿ˜ณ
JC10X
Politicker
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Senior Sales Manager
I think that was the best way forward in this case.
eds
Opinionated
1
Salesy
Exactly my thoughts
eds
Opinionated
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Salesy
I agree with this, but I think given the format of the show, it was ok.

In real life, you're trying to find people in a buying window, you want to help them buy, not sell to them. But I think the point of the show was to try to sell at all cost, that's why his approach is justified.
Kinonez
Celebrated Contributor
4
WR Enthusiast
Good pitch, not a single question though; he needs to dig deeper to find a problem he can solve.ย 
JC10X
Politicker
2
Senior Sales Manager
I dont think a PPPPP keyboard can solve problems. If you ask, you lose.
Kinonez
Celebrated Contributor
3
WR Enthusiast
I wasn't focused on product itself, but the way the pitch was sent. I imagine this show is designed to put your skills to the test. I would have started by asking what his favorite letter was, and why? Then introduce his letter specific keyboard with lights for his gamer setup that I learned about though the call.
JC10X
Politicker
1
Senior Sales Manager
But he only had a P keyboard, what if her favorite letter was G? There would be no show lol.
Kinonez
Celebrated Contributor
2
WR Enthusiast
We don't know if he only had a P keyboard. if so, ask why it was G? understand your prospects, if everyone wants a G keyboard let the company know, if everyone want the keyboard with their first initial, let the company know. Don't just blindly sell.
Incognito
WR Officer
2
Master of Disaster
@Richieย see what they did here? They found some cool content on the internet, then shared a link with all of us.ย 

They didnโ€™t copy and paste it into a post without giving credit to the source.ย 

Plagiarism is real.ย 
JC10X
Politicker
1
Senior Sales Manager
That was awesome! I love his tonality and pace!
eds
Opinionated
1
Salesy
I absolutely loved his AK47 tonality and pacing at the end
SabertoothSales
Opinionated
1
Southeast Regional Manager
I'll give him some credit, he was given a pile of shit to sell and he wrapped it up quite nicely and presented some fantastic features and benefits. If I'm being critical of his true Sales Skills - He never asked for the sale!
In a purely transactional sale, like this... You can get away without asking discovery questions, if you remember to ask the ultimate question - Will You Give Me Your Money?ย 
salesmanager80
Opinionated
1
SM
dude can think on his toes and active listen
Blackwargreymon
Politicker
1
MDR
I mean, he went right into the value prop without discovering any true need or pain points so I give it a 6/10
APalmoze
Good Citizen
0
Business Development
Wow wow wow. We are not worthy, we are not worthy! lol
Slapsnacks
Praised Answer
0
Account Manager
Can we give a shout to the DropoutTv app? Its literally $5 and not only does it include this quality content, there is a bunch of funny stuff. Formally known as college humor. Thank you for coming to my TedTalk.
User1234567
Politicker
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User1234567
Sell Sell Sell - its the name of the gameย 
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Why does everyone think they can sell?

Question
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Do you just sell?

Discussion
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You sell it but can you GET it?!

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