Episode#6 – Bei Anruf Termin

Bei Anruf Termin

by Klaus-J. Fink

 

The book in one sentence

In his book “Bei Anruf Termin” Klaus-J. Fink explains how you do effective cold calling.

 

My personal opinion

In his book Klaus-J. Fink starts with the foundation of a successful sales person: the attitude. He encourages you to stay positive and be convinced of what you do. Something I totally agree!

Further, he explains why you as a seller are in a great position when you do cold calls. YOU have the control: you can choose who to call, when to call, what topic you want to talk about, you can prepare a positive introduction, you can prepare your questions and value statements. Klaus-J. Fink is very motivating in explaining why cold calling is just a great thing.

 

To whom I would recommend this book

If cold calling is part of your job I can recommend this book to you (oh, and if you speak German because I did not find any English version of the book – sorry!).

If you are looking for some good practical examples of effective wording you will find them in this book.

 

What I learned from this book

  • Keep a positive attitude and use a positive language.
  • Be convinced of what you do and what you are selling.
  • Quality over quantity.
  • Practice, practice, practice!
  • Client acquisition is not about being busy, it is about achieving results.
  • On the phone, be persistent and polite. Do not give up too early!
  • When you call a prospect, say your company name first and your name second. The last thing you say will stay more present in the mind of your prospect.
  • Say “You” more often than “I”.
  • Focus on the value for your client, not on your product. Think about the right wording and do your training!
  • Observe how clients with a specific role or in a specific industry behave and develop for the most common situations effective strategies to deal with them. Again, do your training!

 

Want to read this book?

Check it out on Amazon.com – Bei Anruf Termin by Klaus-J. Fink

 

Publisher

Thanks to the publisher for printing such a great book!

Springer Gabler