Welcome to the SDSA Blog Posts

Welcome to the SDSA Blog. My primary goal is to guide pre-sales engineers in their journey to a direct professional selling role. This transformation starts with positive mentoring that increases sales acumen from every perspective. Not to be exclusive, if you’re already a salesperson and simply wish to improve your performance you are equally welcomed. I personally went through this transformation about 30 year ago, and to this day it continues to provide very good income and a deep sense of personal fulfillment and achievement. I have created a series of blog topics that are fundamental to the sales process and align with key mentoring topics and training modules that may become available at a future date in standard time.

Please allow 24-72 hours for review and final posting. Please note that this Blog is reserved to SDSA clients and is not intended to be a generic networking blog.

A mentorship qualification session, at no charge, lets you decide how to advance your sales acumen. I appreciate your interest in the Sales Profession and I look forward to your inputs such that we all become better sooner. When in doubt: “commit to nothing … deliver everything”

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Published by Alan Gehami

Over 25 years of professional B2B complex technical sales in the telecom industry. Looking forward to meeting motivated individuals that strive to be successful professional sales people.

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