Got the knowledge? While you may not be studying for 3 to 5 years before you step foot into your role, you do need lots of knowledge…
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.
I’m getting my stroke back. This week I am in South Carolina on a self-imposed writing retreat. While most of my day is spent writing, I decided to take this time away to get back to my favorite sport…tennis.
What are you thinking about most of the time? How often are you thinking strategically about your business, your sales, your clients, your future?
Many people in sales want to believe they help the client. Well, here’s a secret – the best salespeople are helpers. The best salespeople care and are genuine.
Don’t you hate when a server looks like they’re paying attention, but then they deliver the completely wrong order? It’s the same in sales. What are you delivering?
Hiring new sales reps is a perennially difficult task. After all, salespeople are “people” people, good at making others feel engaged and energized. None of this means the candidate who’s just schmoozed you has the drive, grit, tact, intelligence, or discipline to be a top producer for your company in the long term. Nor does
How do you communicate? How do you know if your communication is helping you get what you want or hurting you?
REALITY: You can’t stop a storm or change the weather, or affect the outcome of your favorite TV sitcom. Rather than focus on what you can’t do, or the things going on around you – politics, the weather, traffic, or even your competition, focus on the one person who can make the biggest difference in YOUR world and your sales world: YOU.
Attitude, your attitude, affects everything you do and every accomplishment you achieve, or don’t achieve.
I’m inspired about what sets Paris apart from other cities. What makes it set the standard for other cities. Think about what inspires you? Think about what sets you apart?
Think about what standards are you setting?
Charlie is my 12-week old puppy (she’s a girl for those of you who assumed otherwise). As a first-time dog mom, I have taken note of Charlie’s habits, and in particular, her friendliness and ability to speak with, connect to, and doggie-network with anyone and EVERYONE she crosses paths with.