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Are You Really Listening to Me?- Negotiation from the Other Side of the Table
By Don Hutson, - Posted on
Listening Skills for Negotiation
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“Are You Really Listening to Me?” That is the question so many people would like to ask you from the other side of the table in a negotiation or sales encounter. Here’s a tip to prove to them that you are. When you ask a question, listen carefully to their answer. Then ask another question on the same topic that probes deeper. They will know you are fully engaged …
Do You Have The Attributes To Be A Legendary Leader?
By Don Hutson, - Posted on
The 6 skills of a legendary leader
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The 6 Skills of Legendary Leaders… The debate continues.  Are strong leaders born or made? My belief is that, while some talents are inherent, impressive leadership abilities are most often displayed by those who have learned the skills and values needed to excel in today’s arena. I’m convinced that these qualities are teachable and learnable, and that the six attributes discussed below have been consciously adopted by …
Standing Out From the Crowd! How REALTORS Can Differentiate Themselves
By Don Hutson, - Posted on
How Realtors Can Stand Out From the Crowd
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My favorite question to ask sales professionals is “How are your offerings different from and better than those of your competitors?”  Anytime I get a response like, “Well… Uh……” I know I am talking to someone in big trouble.  The key to gaining market share and prospering in today’s competitive real estate environment is to differentiate yourself and your offerings as distinctively and creatively as …
The Slight Edge Principle- How Just ONE THING Makes The Difference in Sales
By Michael Krisa, Executive Editor - Posted on
The Slight Edge Principle- for Realtors
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In this week’s video author, speaker, trainer Don Hutson shares something called the “Slight Edge Principle.” The difference between winning the Olympic gold or standing defeated by the podium can be a mere fraction of a second; a slight edge one athlete had over the other. The same is true in sales – two agents competing for the same deal but only one can win …