…what does it mean to maintain your wellbeing as a seller? It means you can:
Work at peak energy, especially when meeting with customers
Be balanced both physically and mentally so you come across as positive, motivated and excited – exuding an energy that people want to be around
Be present and focused
Be creative and solve problems quickly
To excel as a leader—and to guide your organization to a whole new level of success—you absolutely have to recognize what’s been holding you back. So be honest with yourself… but don’t become preoccupied with the challenges or perceived shortcomings. Instead, turn to solutions, and start to identify ways to rapidly move past the hurdles and lead your organization to a remarkable future state.
The Talent War In today’s era of growth, talent is in short supply. Clients are finding that they do not have the talent required to support profitable growth, and so they are searching. They are in a tough spot because stealing talent away from current employers has proven quite the challenge. Employers are offering incentives […]
Sales people who have a poor start at the beginning of a year, often find themselves struggling for the rest of the year to catch up. The good news is, whatever you’re experiencing, we’ve all been there at least once. The bad news is, most of us don’t know exactly how to snap out of a slump, and start making sales.
Many leaders are unaware of how their lack of authenticity chips away at people, breeding dissatisfaction, distrust and disloyalty. Organizational effectiveness and productivity suffer when workers view leaders as inauthentic.