The Sales Essentials Story

People frequently ask us how they can easily access the tools, knowledge and education to sell successfully and with integrity.

Since 1995 we have been working with many thousands of people giving them access to practical and effective sales tools, knowledge and education with outstanding results; but the challenge has always been moving beyond the classroom. That’s how the idea of an online sales education and resource platform came about.

Salesessentials.com was born out of the necessity to give people everywhere access to real-time, reliable, evidenced based, practical and useful sales tools, resources, education and research that works.

And, let’s be honest, if you have an idea, capability, product, service, or opportunity that you want to take to market, or get buy-in from your colleagues or stakeholders you need to be able to sell – ethically, honorably and effectively.

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Welcome to Sales Essentials

At Salesessentials.com we believe selling is everybody’s business. This is not new, however, the way we sell and the way we do business in the 21st Century is very different from the traditions established in the 20th Century.

21st Century Selling requires a different philosophy and a different approach. We believe that the best way to persuade people is with your ears – by listening to them. We believe that selling and service go hand in hand.

Today if you have an idea, capability, product, service, or opportunity that you want to take to market, or get buy-on from your colleagues or stakeholders then you need to be able to sell – ethically, honorably and effectively.

Today there are very few absolutes and everything is subject to evolution and reinvention. Business is not just about doing deals anymore; it’s about developing strong relationships that go beyond great products, great service and great design and instead focus on cultivating real value beyond price alone. 21st Century Selling is about the fair exchange of value where people buy from people they trust and, in turn, both the buyer and the seller achieve real results and prosperous viable relationships.

Salesessentials.com was born out of a vision we had in 2000; a vision that we would build a robust online DIY sales education platform for people intent on being effective sales professionals. We, like many of our colleagues and clients, were sick of the hyped-up motivational speeches, the tricks and secrets to success, the spin, the rubbish that pollutes the sales profession.

Salesessentials.com is about giving real people access to real, reliable, evidenced based, practical and useful sales tools, resources, education and research that works in the real world and that doesn’t compromise anyone’s personal integrity.

  • Mary Martin, former General Manager drive.com.au

    The training has proven to be invaluable, in both the motivational level, and skills enhancement.  The team are delivering great results currently, and are proving to be able to handle more complex situations. I have meetings booked on Friday, so unfortunately am unable to catch up. thanks again for all your help Sue the training has been relevant , applicable and has obviously transferred into real skills –Mary Martin, former General Manager drive.com.au

  • Esther Gretton

    I had been working in sales for a couple of years and had made the step in my career where a consultative process was needed to suceed with selling a higher priced service and product. I found myself in an all male dominated environment where sales people were quite independent from management. I sought out sales coaching to gain insight from a woman who had a proven track record in today’s sales environmen t, who used processes and tools to get results not only for the salesperson but also for the client/prospect.. I worked with Sue over a series of months and found both her and her coaching methods to be so effective. I can honestly say that her guidance helped me to achieve 130% of my budget in my first year and make the annual incentive trip overseas.–Esther Gretton