Nov 12 | 03 min read
I hated attending class in school, during my undergrad. Even in my jobs I typically just bunked the training sessions. I still managed to do pretty well in school, engineering, and later in jobs.
For example, in January, Apoorv mentioned to me that many people at Bizom do not know how our product works in detail. He also suggested we should have formal training for the same. I was baffled cause for the last 2 years we have run the CCM program with everyone in the organization just for this purpose. So whoever Apoorv was referring to either did not do the program or did not do it seriously enough. For me, this just points to a lack of hunger for learning.
Learning is a continuous process and I just recently learned more about selling in this awesome Coursera course. I highly recommend sales teams to take the course (it’s free too). Holding powerful meetings, objection handling, asking powerful questions, and storytelling is relevant to everyone outside sales teams as well.