There is one thing that nearly all successful people have in common that is critically important. They are almost never solitary individuals.
Tag: managing yourself
MINDSET is preceded by MINDFUL. Mindful, or self-mindfulness, is the first, and most important step to your mindset.
The personal development buzzword for the last decade or so has been MINDSET. Here’s a bit of history and explanation…
There are several things one can do to up your brain power. Turning off our “auto pilot” can break habits we would rather shed ourselves of anyways.
“Be authentic” has become the most tossed around and over-used cliché in the world of business and sales. Authenticity is not a sales strategy!
Are you blaming the prospect when you can’t close? Are you telling the boss it’s the prospect’s fault that you can’t set an appointment, or they won’t order now?
It’s been estimated that we each have upwards of 50,000 thoughts per day. How many of yours are negative?
It’s time to update your elevator pitch. Jeffrey Hayzlett, Chairman of the C-Suite Network, has some tips for you.
A good self-image doesn’t follow success – it precedes it, as Robert L. Shook says in his book Winning Images. Someone saddled with a poor self-image may fool some people some of the time, but eventually they’ll fail, unless they comes to grips with their basic self-image.
Resilience is a measure of how much you want something and has to do with your emotional strength. For instance, how many cold calls can you make in a row that all turn out to be, “No, thank you.”?
Competition is a lot like an unknown snake. Potentially poisonous, not someone you want to get real close to, it’s best to know all you can about them, respect ’em, and always carry a snake bite kit with you – just in case.
Gratitude is important, and not just on the fourth Thursday of each November. In the sales profession, having an “attitude of gratitude” can actually be a key to success.