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Tony B 22h
CLARIFY You sound kind of hesitant. Do you mind if I ask, specifically what’s holding you back?
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David Balian Murray 6h
Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts. - Winston Churchill
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Dr. Nadia Brown 14h
You have to plan for success! When you hire a new salesperson, make sure you have the systems, processes and training in place so that your new team member is clear on what to expect and how to work within your company effectively.
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Paul Reilly 22h
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Paul Reilly 18h
“Leaders become “real” when they practice a few key behaviors that gird and inspire people through difficult times. ”
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Jill Harrington 13h
How often do you hold up a mirror to your own selling activity to assure your sustained success in a shifting business environment? Read more:
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Ije 3h
What great leaders do best - learn from the past, live in the moment while planning for the future!
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Tony B Apr 3
Do any of your friends or co-workers own a __? What things have they said about them?
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Coach Johnny Apr 6
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Dr. Nadia Brown Apr 6
Have you ever been on a career path or started a new business and now you feel misaligned with it? You never expected that to happen because you used to love what you were doing. It was born from your heart and soul . . .
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Coach Johnny Apr 6
Over 20 years coaching.. Whose your personal private coach? @ The City Of London EC1
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Sales & Business Coach: Rakesh Sharma Apr 4
Rakesh Sharma Best Business Coach in India coronavirus how to work from home economic impact Indianeconomic businesscrisis workingremotely what to do at home productive quarantine lockdowntips socialdistancing
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Stacey Borgmann Apr 6
Today is a coffee and ZOOM meetings kinda day. @ Austin, Texas
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Paul Reilly Apr 6
“Only 12 percent of salespeople are rated as excellent. There’s a good chance your competition is an average value creator.”
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Revenue Accelerator Mar 31
Are you communicating proactively with your customers and clients? Give your clients a way to stay connected even while keeping your distance by serving them through digital channels.
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Stacey Borgmann Apr 3
This struck a chord with me today. Happy Friday! 🤍 @ Austin, Texas
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Stacey Borgmann Apr 2
In a difficult sales market like we’re facing now, having a success story will add value and assurance to your customers. Be the solutions provider with a positive story!
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Christian Rahn 4m
Kunden gehen uns verloren, vorausgesetzt das Produkt stimmt, wegen: 1. mangelnder Konditionen (Preise, Lieferfristen, und so weiter), aber meist wegen 2. Kommunikativer und persönlicher Faktoren
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Ace Gabriel Apr 6
Utilizing your BEST assets is the fast track to bringing in sales revenue. Younger sales rep? Use your digital savvy & technological advantage. Older sales rep? Leverage your existing relationships & experience.
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Leadclicker Apr 6
3 ways to reduce no shows: 1.Reiterate the important meeting information 2 Automated text reminders 3. Call prospect if they don’t show up.
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