Aug 7, 2018
Common Questions and How we Interpret Them
This week on the Catalyst Sale Podcast, we take a different
approach. Instead of focusing on one question or topic, we
discuss some of the most common questions we receive from
listeners. This was a little different, but I think you'll
find the journey is pretty interesting.
- What are some of the common questions we receive from listeners
of the podcast?
- Common Question #1 - How do I get the right information out of
the subject matter experts that I work with?
- Common Question #2 - How do I communicate better with
Marketing? i.e. marketing is calling a lead qualified, but
when I speak with the contact - they are not really a qualified
- Common Question #3 - How can I better communicate customer
requirements to the product team? i.e. share customer requirements
and use cases with the product.
- Common Question #4 - How do I know when it is time for me
to leave the organization?
- Common Question #5 - I'm working with a prospect/customer, and
they go "quiet". How do I get the customer/prospect to
- What do these 5 questions tell us about the listeners of the
- How do you handle questions, when they have been addressed
previously on an episode?
- How have the questions changed the way we think about and talk
- How can listeners connect with Catalyst Sale?
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