It is easy to become discouraged when you constantly hear the word “no” in your profession. If rejection is an ongoing part of your job, you have to come up with solutions, rather than excuses.
It’s your first week, and your manager says to the ten new-hires, “Look around the room, only one out of every ten people will be here in the next 36 months.” Will you be the one?
While sales without salespeople is possible, salespeople, you included, have the power to make a sale that will lead to long-term, reoccurring or multiple sales, if you master the art of emotionally-connected selling.
I had every reason to be mad. There I was, standing in the middle of Manhattan, struggling to hold my laptop, projector, handbag, and books. I was about to give a huge presentation, and I’d arrived 45 minutes early.
Jennifer Gluckow is an author and founder of Sales in a New York Minute as well as host of a YouTube Channel of the same name. In episode 16, Jennifer discusses how age plays a role in the workplace and uses her professional experience to share her advice for young managers and first-time managers.
Let’s use Valentine’s Day as a lesson. What’s love and emotion got to do with sales, success, career, and life?
Don’t convince anyone to buy something that doesn’t work for them, and always help them find the BEST solution for themselves, so when they leave they can’t wait to tell all of their friends.
Get ready. Get set. Go! The hardest part is “get ready.” In sales, it’s known as “preparati
As a child you were taught to fit in. In school. In family. In fashion. And of course, fit in socially.
I was working with a sales team when a couple of the salespeople were complaining they were in a rut. In a rut, is another way of saying, “I’m not making enough sales,” with some other excuse attached to it. A rut, I said, is all in your head.