If you don’t have clear written goals that you work on every day, you may be a victim of competing priorities and on your way to failure instead of success. If you want to get ahead faster and start making more money sooner, then you need to read this article.
Successful selling is all about building and nurturing relationships with new prospects. But the field is crowded with other sales people selling the same product as you. The competition seems to be at an all time high. How do you differentiate yourself from the rest of the pack?
The ship was lost in a terrible storm when it hit the reef. Only one man survived the shipwreck. He found himself alone on a deserted island without food or shelter. He was scared and he prayed to God to be rescued. But day after day, no one came.
The key to unlocking your future potential lies within you. If you want to get to the next level, you can’t be a part of the “coulda woulda shoulda” crowd. Larry The Cable Guy likes to say “Giterdone” but you need to be able to say “Goterdone”.
Are you going to waste another valuable day acting like a victim or are you going to use your God given talents to make this the best day of your life? The choice is up to you like this poem from Edgar Albert Guest suggests. Please read this and try to have a Super Fantastic Day!
There is an old saying in the news business that “if it bleeds, it leads”. It means the worst news of the day will lead at the top of the newscast. Negative news gets the most attention. And so it is with the economic news of the day.
Spike SanteeWhen You’re Going Through Tough Times, Keep on Going!
Self Talk is that never ending stream of talk your brain generates that you never verbalize. Self talk is you talking to yourself. Self talk is non-stop, even when you are sleeping. Stop right now and take a moment to recognize just what your self talk is saying right now.
Spike SanteeWhat is Your “Self Talk” Saying to You?
There is no doubt that being in business is difficult. There are many challenges you must face every day. But despite these challenges, American companies are doing surprisingly well. The most successful companies are those that learn how to increase their productivity while at the same time controlling costs. The successful companies keep on advertising.
That’s an old newsroom saying about which stories will be placed at the top of the list for publication or broadcast. It satisfies the natural compulsion of the public to gawk at the bad news along the way. The problem with that reporting philosophy in times like these is that it can cause you to take your eye off of your bountiful blessings and make you think things are worse than they really are.