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relationship selling
Gina Trimarco

Influencer Of Tomorrow Show: Leveraging Relationships To Borrow Influence

How do you work with others to use their relationships to enhance other relationships? How can you make relationship building work even more for you? Join Our Shawn McBride and George Hendley for the Influencer of Tomorrow(TM) Show as they explore what they are seeing and what we all need for the future. Gina Trimarco, sales expert and co-host...
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Gina Trimarco Prove yourself blog

Prove Yourself & Ask For More

At every Carolina Improv comedy show, we ask the audience for a review on Google or TripAdvisor. Every single show. And because of that we have rank #1 on TripAdvisor for NightLife Attractions since 2011. The irony to this is that we are a very small fish in the entertainment pond of Myrtle Beach, yet...
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The “Hey, Buy My Stuff!” Approach – Is It Working For You?

Building trust is paramount, yet a challenge because so many sellers are so bad at this skill that buyers become suspicious of a new “friend’s” intentions.
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“Swipe Right” For The Right Clients

Meeting sales goals can be emotional and stressful, especially when the company is counting on you to drive revenue (and make payroll). Often times salespeople will chase prospects because those potential clients gave the slightest indication of interest. That slight interest, or glimmer of hope, can seem like a sure thing to even the most...
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Sales Improv: How to Get Past the Sales Script – Outside Sales Talk with Gina Trimarco (PODCAST)

As written in the show notes of Outside Sales Talk Podcast, Episode 44 with BadgerMaps CEO Steven Benson … Gina Trimarco is the Founder of Pivot10 Results, a strategy and training company dedicated to help businesses shift from people problems to performance results. She is also the founder of the Carolina Improv Company, an improv...
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sales objections

ALWAYS SUPPORT YOUR “SCENE PARTNER” (BUYER)

Some thoughts on sales objections. Just because an objection feels like a negative towards you, it doesn’t mean you need to react negatively to the buyer’s concerns. One of the first things improv comedy students learn is to not negate the ideas of another student/performer on stage. The first one to initiate an idea, without a...
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Make Others Look Good, Make Money

One of the rules of improv comedy is “make others look good.” When we make others look good, we automatically look good. If you want to build strong relationships in business or life, this improv rule will serve you well. From a comedy show performance perspective, what this drills down to is “don’t negate others’...
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Asking For Help Builds Relationships

“Excuse me sir, can I have some more?” is what goes through my mind lately while traveling and needing to ask for help constantly! Several months ago I broke my right wrist, which required two surgeries and a lot of challenges since I’m right handed. Not to mention I had an emergency appendectomy in the...
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