What Sales Results Should Be Measured – Sales Metrics That Work

Sales and Business Development Training In Sheffield and Derbyshire

Sales and Business Development Training In Sheffield and Yorkshire

How many times have you watched a sports match – football, tennis, cricket – and wondered afterwards how great it would be if you could change the score. If your favoured side could have just done this, or done that, what a difference it would have made.

You and I both know it’s a waste of time, a nice day-dream, but still a waste of time. The die is cast. The decision made. The game over. The results posted. The score card marked. Done. Finished.

But there’s no harm in it is there?

Do you find yourself doing that in business? Wanting to rewrite the month end figures two weeks after the month has closed and the accounts team prepare the results?

Now that really is dangerous.

I don’t know about you, but I know I want to be able to change the results of the sales game WAY before the month end.

In  fact I want to improve the sales results every day, before the day ends. Sometimes, even every hour depending on what my clients are selling.

You see, waiting until the whistles been blown and wishing the results had been different is just too stressful for me.

I want to change the results while the day is still in play?

Do you?

If you’ve answered yes, the you know you need great sales metrics to measure, and you need to measure them frequently. The frequency will depend on your business, but I would suggest half day at the very least in many businesses.

Just click on this link to find out The 7 Sales Metrics You MUST¬†Measure, Manage and Monitor – the report is FREE and I’ll sent it to you immediately.

Good Luck.

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