Using data in your day to day sales role is the new normal, but have you thought about how to store, access and use it to help make sense of your sales career? Do you routinely use it to measure and analyze your personal sales success on a weekly, quarterly and annual basis? Do you compare notes with teammates? Salespeople at other companies? Is that enough data for you to feel good about it as a reference point? Do you happen to have a safe, organized place to store your data as you shift from company to company? Is it in a spreadsheet? A little black book? How about that old Windows machine sitting in your closet? You may be data driven when it comes to plugging in to your sales organization’s sales stack, but with a demanding job, accurately collecting and analyzing data to measure your career growth and upside can prove challenging. Continue reading Is Your Sales Job More Data Driven Than Your Sales Career?
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