Sales is one of the most popular professions in the world and, although it may seem like selling goods and services doesn’t require too much effort, only a select few achieve significant success, earning amounts that others can only dream of. Even though the reasons for this are largely visible in the competences of the best salespeople, it is often an emotional topic.
You surely know the story of the young salesman who got the most difficult client and made the sale because he didn’t know it was a ‘difficult client.’ It’s no coincidence that in sales, a positive attitude doesn’t do anything, but a negative attitude can ruin everything. So how can you work with your own mind and attitudes to build your success and effectiveness?
What if someone told you to forget your daily sales routinies and make a brand new start every day? Would it add value to your customer relationships or would it slow down your sales? Are you ready to reconsider your sales habits and break free from routine if necessary?
In sales, routine can be both your best friend and your worst enemy. On the one hand, it helps you implement systematic prospecting activities; on the other hand, it can lead you to reflexively perform the same activities over and over again, despite mediocre results. See what you can do to breathe some fresh air into your sales activities.
The modern world requires us to constantly learn, find new information, and acquire new skills. This is a condition not only for self-development, but also for a professional career and succeeding on the labor market. That’s why it’s worth knowing how to learn, not only to acquire new knowledge, but more importantly, to be able to use it in practice.
It sounds a bit harsh, ‘Buy or Die’. But it is a phrase I came across in a sales blog a year ago or so and it’s stuck with me. It doesn’t mean literally die, of course, and it’s not a threat that if you don’t sign on the dotted line we will send the knights in wielding axes. This isn’t Game of Thrones, it’s about your sales process.
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