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The 3 Most Important Skills In Sales

The 3 Most Important Skills In Sales Is What Separates An Average Salesman With A Master Salesman. If You Want To Learn How To Master These, Join Dan’s FREE Masterclass Now:

Closing is the number one skill in the world. The things you want in life, other people have them already. Want more dates? You need closing… Want a raise? You use closing… Want to build a business? You need closing. But what are the most important sales skills? Watch this video to discover the key skills in sales to become a better salesman.


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Not long ago, Dan Lok was just a poor immigrant boy. He had nothing but a strong desire to get out of debt and make enough to provide for his single mom. With this strong desire, Dan quit his job as a grocery bagger. He dropped out of college. And he became an entrepreneur.

After 13 failed businesses, Dan finally became a self-made millionaire at age 27 and multi-millionaire by age 30.

Fast forward to today, Dan is now an official Forbes Book author with over 13 internationally best-selling books. He’s the founder and chairman of several multimillion dollar businesses. And outside of his business success, he is one of the most-watched, most quoted and most followed educators of our time. In total, his videos have been watched over 100-million times across his social media platforms. His emails are read by over 2,000,000 people every month.

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33 thoughts on “The 3 Most Important Skills In Sales

  1. *True Dan…Actually care. That is important. People can feel when you’re just trying to sell something*

  2. Dan The Man!! Love the video and advice, Always make the customer feel like you are doing them a favour! I’ve taken action and jumped out of my comfort zone, even just created a YouTube Channel to document my progress.🔥✌️

    1. Pre planning is good. Only does not work well in handling objections. And he said you cannot pre plan too much.

  3. I love this video!!!!!! It’s is such a mind blown value of information!!!! Thanks for sharing and teaching us! Love this 😍

  4. Dan Lok
    You are absolutely correct in every respect, and I know from my own
    experiences and sales training.
    Particularly important is eliminating potential objections so they don’t
    even enter the mind of the potential customer.
    Once an objection comes up the salesman or sales woman has not
    done their job well enough, and needs to correct this,as it is akin to
    stepping into a mine-field.
    Besides that it can mean wasted time talking with the client and not
    achieving a sale, as closing against objection can become difficult.
    As always, ‘Prevention’ is better than a cure.
    Discovering the clients needs, and fulfilling their needs, eliminates
    potential objections.
    When I was working in sales ( and selling different products) I would
    ask the client, ‘Knowing how (This product or this service) will solve
    your problems and help you, as you said that it is what you are looking
    for, and if I can do this for you within your budget, is there any reason
    why you wouldn’t buy today?
    … Then smile and shut up ….
    The first one to speak looses …

  5. Well said. Keep it up. Dan, you spoke everything that I went through. I am good at getting leads through cold calling and also good in giving demo’s but closing is yet tricky with regard to certain customers, who say, I have your number, I will call you. Also, certain customers, shake hands with me again and again, show interest but yet my product needs to drive sales. I deal with surgeons. Yes, I have yet to know the right trick of telling them how my product can bridge the gap. This is Anthony from Santacruz, Mumbai, India.

  6. Honestly changed the way I do business and hopefully I can help my mother and her business thanks for this

  7. I’ve just finished my sales job interview this morning applying these three important skills. I got the job. Mad mad respect to this dude.

  8. Dan, I have come across your video today, I believe this is faith. I decide to spend all day today just to watch all the valuable videos that you post for us. I have learned so much just over a short period of time. I have applied some of the recommendations that you have provided in my current business. Thank you so much for teaching us straight to the point, I believe honesty is still the best policy. Thank you so much for taking the time to share many valuable videos with us. I am sincerely appreciated from the bottom of my heart for your caring and sharing. The world needs more people like you. I am from Vietnam and so we also share the same Lunar New Year. I am wishing you and your family a very Happy New Year!!!

  9. Great video, it’s great to point out that everyone is a sales person; from getting your spouse to do something to making money. The handling rejection part is what scares away a lot of people from sales, but like you said the key is to not handle them.

  10. Sales points and explanations with customers expectation to reach beyond.
    Thank you sir ,since I am in the hospitality industry I will follow your rules to implement.

  11. It is easier to act like you love people when you have literally chosen to actually love people. Then, communication skills are great because my old habits can get in the way of my loving actions being perceived correctly. But, I love how, “Bring value to the market,” and, “Love your neighbor as yourself,” are actually one and the same thing. Reality is reality.

  12. 1. The ability to empathise with your customers 1:54
    2. The ability to uncover challenges and discover your prospect’s pain points 4:27
    3. The ability to Handle objections 6:58

  13. He is completely articulating what I have relied on for my success. When selling a complex solution the deep empathy must run into understanding the client’s operations, systems, networks and market, and that’s when it can get more specialist. Love this guy.

  14. I feel like these are all skills I possess. I just have to figure out how to put them into practice in an upcoming job. I’m recently graduated from a liberal arts school with a degree in history. Not much of that degree goes to business or sales, but I’ve worked jobs that helped me gain these skills. I love talking to people and when it comes to a work environment, that gives me twice the fulfillment whenever I sell something. Caring for the costumer, finding their needs, and handling their objections is absolutely essential. All the other basics can be learned in training. These three skills require practice and a new mindset. If you go into a business and treat a customer like ‘business,’ it often results in nothing or the bare minimum. Unless that customer comes to you informed and knowing what they want, you want be able to do anything. A good salesman can turn a curiosity and slight interest to buy a product into an affirmed desire to buy from YOU.

  15. 1.Emphathise with your clients
    2.The ability to discover and diognose problems to reach the company’s prospects.
    3.The ability to handle objections.

  16. Great steps, Dan. Customers only purchase from professionals who they feel exhibit trustworthiness: because they offer a more natural and flexible approach when diagnosing pain points. Questions are key. When visiting a doctor, they ask questions to determine treatment. How can we solve a problem without understanding a customer’s pain?

  17. How do we know this guy is telling us the right stuff? He deliver’s it so well you wanna sign up to his class at the end of the video. This guy is the real deal.

  18. 💖💖💖 AWESOME!!! Absolutely makes sense. I agree with you totally… EMPATHY IS KEY! There is no greater turn off for a prospect than to have a sell person come across as pushy and desperate for a sell. It shows when a sell person is more concerned about his/her own personal gain rather than the personal gain of the prospect. Connection is also key. A person MAY NOT REMEMBER any of the technical details, features, benefits, or anything else that was presented… but they will definitely REMEMBER how they felt in your presence!!! Therefore, as an entrepreneur, our #1 priority is to make sure prospects walk away from our presence feeling more empowered… more enlightened… and more confident about overcoming whatever problem or need they have. I love the practical ways you deliver your information. A great speaker!!!

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