I challenge you to approach your career as if you are the chief executive officer.
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A modest dose of self-criticism, whether of yourself or your company’s wares, is healthy.
There are two elements you need to build a career: excitement and perseverance.
What you think of and how you feel about yourself are most important. Why? Because they put you in control of your own success.
Sometimes we need to step outside our comfort zone to succeed. The key is learning how to embrace change.
Successful sales people spend at least 60 minutes per week reviewing what worked and what didn’t.
When you pick a race to enter, ensure you have everything you need to go all the way to the finish line.
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.