If you’re persistent, you can get anything. But if you’re CONSISTENT, you’ll keep it
As territories expand and as businesses grow, I personally find myself doing a lot more meetings over the phone and video conference. One of the most important things we have is our time, and what we do with the time we have to be the most productive. If I can save myself from driving an hour to and from a meeting, still hold it via video conference AND have a few extra hours to get things done, I consider that a huge win. As we move more and more toward this model too and working from home more, we’ll eliminate need for actual offices, saving money for the business. We can essentially work from anywhere in the world too and still be productive. Excited to see what the future has in store!
One of the best ways to improve is to constantly be learning. Invest in yourself, read, learn as much as you can, and become the best "YOU" YOU can be.
Here's a few books I'm currently reading to better MYself: @tcaponi 's #TheTransparencySale , @stephanpaternot 's #AVeryPublicOffering , & @jeffreygitomer 's #TheLittleRedBookOfSelling
WHAT BOOKS ARE YOU READING THIS MONTH?? COMMENT BELOW!!
EVERYBODY has a plan, an idea, a direction they know they want to head but then something hit them they weren't expecting and what happens??? Their world gets rocked, they get shook'd and they don't know what to do. Expect the worst, prepare for THAT, and be ready for it when it comes. Instead of telling yourself why a deal will close, tell yourself all the reasons why it WON'T. This way you can work around those reasons in your presentation and be ready for the objections when they come. Have a plan, but make sure you're preparing the RIGHT way, not just the easy way.
The easiest thing to do is to just give up when something’s difficult. But nothing worth having comes easy...So NEVER give in, NEVER give up, NEVER take “no” for an answer, NEVER settle, and ALWAYS try one more time. If you do that you’ll always come out on top in the long run. GO KILL IT!!
You have to constantly be growing in life, no matter what it is. Your mind, your body, your career, your bank account - EVERYTHING in this world is either growing, or dying. This isn’t my opinion, it’s a scientific FACT. Even something as small as a plant, if it’s not growing and getting stronger it’s shrinking and dying.
So never be complete, never be satisfied, always strive for more. More knowledge, more skills, more money, better career, better health and constantly be looking for ways to step out of your comfort zone and GROW.
I like to start my day working out, and here's why a morning ritual is important to me:
Starts your day on a positive step
You'll continue the positive momentum throughout the day
Accomplishing one task in the morning, no matter how big or small, will leave you with a sense of accomplishment that you'll want to keep up as the day goes on
When you think you look good (because you worked out ;) ) you tend to feel good and others will recognize the positive vibes you put off
Working out releases endorphins which puts you in a good mood
When you wake up and do something you feel like you're getting ahead of others, which is something you should always be striving to do!
You should always be looking to better yourself and that starts with who you associate with. I’m not saying cut all ties with your friends if they aren’t going places, but start hanging out with successful people who are (or are headed in the direction) of where you want to be in life. Over time you’ll naturally move in that direction too.