In our last post in this series we looked at the S.P.A.C.E model more closely. We also examined some of the implications for continually growing sales by continually growing your salespeople. In this post we'll start by recapping S.P.A.C.E and consider how much you actually need to practice to sustainably improve your performance.
In Part 4 of this series we shared the secret sauce of sales performance came down to one key factor. Specifically that of the studies in all of the fields, the factor that explained the most (not everything) about expert performance was the quality and quantity of practice. We also shared The Five Steps to Mastery, captured in the acronym S.P.A.C.E. In this post let’s look at S.P.A.C.E more closely. Then we’ll examine some of the implications for continually growing sales by continually growing your salespeople.
If you’ve committed to a sales success system that really appeals to you (Step 1), you have laid the groundwork for improvement in sales - though you haven’t necessarily separated yourself from your competition. If you and your solution provider make sales training part of an overall process rather than a training event, you will begin to realise benefits that are elusive to others.