Most people misunderstand and mis-define the word serious. They view it as stoic, non-smiling, stiff, non-humorous, and boring. Hardly.
Author: Jeffrey Gitomer
I’m writing on writing. It’s the core of my success. This article is the second part of a short course on how I write for each area of my outreach.
I’ve been a professional writer and professional speaker for 20 years. But like you, I’ve been an amateur since the third grade when I talked about what I did on my summer vacation.
I’m sick of customer satisfaction. The worst companies in the world tout the fact that they won some satisfaction award. It’s not just a bad joke. It’s a pathetic statement.
Capture and repeat your success habits. Easy concept. So easy, it’s never used.
Please don’t confuse this article as just a tribute to the late, great Wilt Chamberlain. Rather, it’s a commentary on setting standards, breaking records, and the ability to have so much skill that the rules are changed to level the playing field.
How much of your time is wasted criticizing other people, their ideas, or their thoughts? And how could you be investing that time to build your own monument? Your own Eiffel Tower.
Value is perhaps the most illusive word in sales. Everyone will tell you how important it is, very few can tell you what it is. I’ve already gone on ad nauseam about my distaste for the words “added value.”
“I didn’t hear you.” No, you weren’t listening. “Our people need to listen better.” No, your people need to understand WHY they don’t listen.
When you walk into someone’s place of business to shop or buy something, what are you expecting?