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Summer is perfect for staying in the AC and binging your favorite movies. This summer, beat the heat by learning key lessons from the best movies about the sales profession. Meanwhile, find out why clients don't respond (hint: it's not them), how many questions is too many, and more.


The 5 Best Sales Movies—and What You Can Learn From Them

Some movies make sales seem like a glitzy, high-roller gig with boozy lunches and evenings filled with bottle service and beautiful people. Others... not so much. But no matter how they portray sellers, the best movies about sales all have solid lessons you can learn and apply to your own approach. Here's our list of the best sales movies—and their key takeaways.

Reading time: 8 minutes

Stop Asking So Many Dumb Questions During Discovery

Asking questions during the discovery phase is key—but asking too many questions can be just as deadly as asking none at all. Find out how many questions you should be asking, and learn why bringing basic queries to senior stakeholders is a recipe for disaster.

Reading time: 6 minutes

How to Train Your Team to Craft Better Sales Outreach

Emails going unopened? VMs getting no response? You're not alone—but you're also doing it wrong. Too many sales teams struggle to craft compelling outreach that resonates with their clients and inspires them to respond. Fortunately, we've got a step-by-step guide for fixing your broken outreach and generating responses from your key prospects. Here's what you need to know.

Reading time: 7 minutes

The Expert's Guide to Sales Intelligence: How to Choose the Right Tools and Build a Successful Strategy

There's a dizzying array of sales intelligence tools out there. How do you know which ones are right for your team? And once you've got them, how do you make them work together effectively? It isn't easy, but we've got your back. Let our experts explain how to build a successful sales intelligence stack—and how to use it effectively.

Reading time: 25 minutes 


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