This title offers a six-step plan for driving a wedge between the competition and the customer. For sales people, convincing a potential customer to choose them over the competition is no easy task, and especially when the competition already has the account. Finally, "How to Get Your Competition Fired" shows readers a proven system for breaking the relationship between the competition and the customer. Randy Schwantz's method, The Wedge[registered], includes a six-step plan that drives a 'wedge' between the competition and the customer.He shows how to reveal the competition's shortcomings without seeming to, letting prospects decide independently to dump their current provider, exclude other competitors and, finally, switch to the salesperson's product or service. Offering real tactics, not just theory, this is the only sales strategy that really works to break the relationship between customers and the competition and bring in more business, faster than ever. Randy Schwantz (Dallas, TX) is a leading authority and expert on the sales process. A highly successful sales professional, he is a nationally respected sales trainer, author, sales coach, consultant, and public speaker.
Randy is President and CEO of The Wedge Group, whose clients include Fortune 500 companies as well as small businesses.
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Author Biography - Randy Schwantz
RANDY SCHWANTZ, author of three previous books on selling, is President of The Wedge(r) Group, a business performance and sales consulting firm headquartered near Dallas, Texas. A former salesperson himself, Schwantz has spent more than 10,000 hours talking with people who sell for a living. His unique sales strategy, The Wedge, has been embraced by hundreds of companies and thousands of individual sales professionals throughout the United States and Canada. He and his wife, Lori, live with their four daughters near Dallas.