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Curiosity is essential to achieving great things.
When cold calling new leads and prospects, we are faced with the question: if there is no answer, should I leave a voicemail?
It is not enough to see your goal. You need to focus on the steps that get you there.
Adaptability encompasses the ability to learn from experience. And it requires a vast amount of self-awareness, including a willingness to look at, and face, the hard truths of situations at hand.
In sales, rejection comes with the territory. And if you don’t learn how to cope with such dismissals, it will corrode your confidence and, ultimately, your performance.
In my 30 years of sales and sales management experience, the biggest hurdle I faced was learning the importance of keeping appointments — with myself.
The style of physical presence is important, does set a tone, does send a message, and does influence outcomes.
In the case of negative patient reviews, an ounce of prevention is likely worth more than a pound of cure.
For many customers, the challenge is not lack of information — it’s information overload.