How I went from corporate sales superstar to training future sales executives and leaders
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This is my sales Journey
Except for my academic sister, I come from a long line of sales people, however, I passionately believe that anyone can learn to sell successfully, no matter what their background.
Trained by some of the world’s best blue chip companies including DHL, IBM, Tack International, Lyreco, Shipley, Canon, Xerox and Pareto.
Won numerous prizes including a weekend shopping trip to New York, and a Jaguar XKR sports car.
I’ve successfully sold within the B2B environment as well as the public sector and direct to the consumer. I have not sold snow to eskimos. Bucket list?
From high-ticket low volume services to low-ticket high volume products, I’ve closed deals from a few dollars right up to multi million pound contracts
I’ve sold both products and services, surprising most people as I consider the latter to be the easiest to sell.
I love to work with anyone who thinks they can’t sell or struggles to make money from selling.
I show them how easy the sales process is so they can become more successful at selling and increase their earning potential
I first started selling Avon products door to door in my local village when I was only 14 years old.
About Susan Marot
- I love cooking and currently, I’m trying to master the wood oven in my BBQ, but I’m getting through a lot of wood.
- My Labrador dog Bailey is the other love of my life, except for when he runs off!
- I used to sing soprano and play the French Horn (not at the same time I may add), but am now happy to satisfy my love of music by singing along to lots of pop music VERY LOUDLY!
- My addiction to performance driving in my sports car comes from my childhood love of horse riding and galloping fast through the fields near my home in rural Lincolnshire.
- People think my foreign language skills are better than what they really are, which is probably down to my extensive use of Google Translate.
- I really enjoy riding pillion on the back of Mike’s motorbike, but I don’t enjoy being limited to what I can get in the tiny panniers.
- At my 30-year high school reunion, it was unanimously agreed that I was the most changed girl in our year. From being painfully shy, everyone was surprised to learn that I fearlessly stand up on a regular basis in front of hundreds of people doing a question and answer session off the cuff!