Category Archive: success

Nov 06

3 Greatest Hacks To Turn Leads into Hot Prospects

So your killer opt in page worked! You have more leads than you know what to do with. Now what? Consider this question: How many of those leads will buy from you right now? Right now you might be staring at your screen thinking, “Are you crazy? I want all of them to buy right …

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Sep 03

Closing Starts with Appointment Setting!

To close more sales, you need to set more appointments. It’s pretty simple. So if you are having difficulty setting more appointments, read on. The following tips are taken from an article written by Kathy Maixner, Chief Outcome Strategist for the Maixner Group. I found her tips helpful in my own appointment setting strategy. Always, …

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Aug 31

Teaching as a Tool for Success

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  The first step in the acquisition of wisdom is silence. The second listening The third memory The fourth practice And the fifth teaching others. ~Solomon Ibn Gabirol~

Apr 03

Courage In Numbers

You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. Jim Rohn

“Whoever walks with the wise will become wise, but the companion of fools suffers harm.” Proverbs 13:20 Friend Power. The principle of how your friends influence you cannot be underestimated. When you decided to become a sales professional, who did you spend time with? Was it the guys around the water cooler, complaining about the …

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Mar 11

Master the Basics for Sales Success

Mastering the Basics. How many of you remember the movie, “The Karate Kid”? The famous quote, “Wax on, wax off” is heard often in Daniel San’s training. Mr. Miyagi has his young student practice basic maneuvers over and over again so that he can master the basics. The young student is frustrated because he just …

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Feb 24

The Key to Success: Believing is Seeing!

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Have you ever heard the saying, “Seeing is believing?” You probably heard it or said it yourself when someone made a promise they couldn’t keep. Or someone was declaring an event would happen that didn’t. While that may sound good, the truth of the matter is that if you can’t visualize what you are working …

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