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When your need to compete, and be superior to someone else, gets in the way of the best possible outcome for both of you – competition becomes a liability. I’m talking about the kind of person who always needs to be “one up” on other people.
It‘s time for more straight talk today on goal setting. So let me ask you this: What IS your quota this year? How about your revenue goal? I‘ll bet it hasn‘t gone down.
Let’s use Valentine’s Day as a lesson. What’s love and emotion got to do with sales, success, career, and life?
How often do you show up for meetings “a few minutes late”? Those “few minutes” are damaging your reputation and costing you money.
The biggest business-destroying, money-depleting lie that professionals believe is that they can sell without selling. Selling without selling is NOT possible.
At some companies, there is the concept of hitting your sales quota, regardless of what it costs you. At other companies, there’s the concept of making quota and making it the right way.
Should have. Would have. Could have. Does that sound like you when you are reviewing why you didn’t move fast enough to close a lost deal? We’re all guilty of procrastination.
If you didn’t have a stellar outcome in 2017, don’t despair. With some advice from Colin Nanka, you can make your numbers in 2018.
In the second annual State of Sales report from SalesForce, readers can learn what top sales organizations are focused on this year. Can you guess which topic is the top key performance indicator and how it will impact your sales?
PERSONAL REALITY: You wake up, shower, shave (M), put on makeup (F), brush your teeth, and comb/fix your hair (if you have any). Every day like clockwork. Those are personal habits. Rarely (if ever) missed. What about business habits?