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Examples of Silly Sales Decisions?

You’ve probably witnessed some pretty silly things from a sales perspective, right? Well, it’s time to get it all off your chest!

In the box below, please describe an example of “stupid sales decisions” that you’ve witnessed in B2B—i.e. strategies that make no sense, decisions with nonsensical rationalizations, and so on. It’s not only cathartic, it’s highly instructive. After all, knowing what NOT to do is more than half the battle.

  • Note: Please provide as much context and detail as you can.

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