Issue 170 - 03 | Playing Fair While Creating and Unfair AdvantageBy Anthony Iannarino
Published Nov. 14, 2018 12:00 p.m.
Like other forms of competition, selling requires a sense of fairness, a set of ethics, ground rules, if you will. Certain behaviors are off limits, like lying about your competitor, talking bad about them, providing kickbacks, or misleading people into believing something that isn’t true as it pertains to about how you can better serve them. These dirty tricks are off limits, and they aren’t how you gain a real advantage.
That said, there are ways you can create an unfair advantage and position yourself to win new clients that are presently being served by your competition.”
About Anthony Iannarino | Anthony Iannarino is an international speaker, sales leader, and the author of The Only Sales Guide You’ll Ever Need, The Lost Art of Closing, and Eat Their Lunch. His acclaimed blog draws an average of 50,000 readers every month. He leads a high-performing sales team, speaks to sales organizations nationwide, and teaches part time at Capital University’s Capital School of Management and Leadership. He lives with his family in Westerville, Ohio.https://thesalesblog.com/