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Tips, Rips, and Reviews
by Michael Dalton Johnson
Example is not the main thing in influencing others. It is the
only thing. —Albert Schweitzer
You set an example by looking, acting, and thinking like a leader. Work as
hard, or harder, than your team members. You set a powerful example by
occasionally rolling your sleeves up and getting your hands dirty. Staying
at the rear of the battle is not inspiring and sets a bad example. Leading
the charge says in the most dramatic way, "I’m your leader. Follow me."
Keep your cool. Respond calmly to those big challenges that are
sure to come your way. While you can’t know what specific problem will
come knocking, you can anticipate how you react to it. A calm response
is a strong example of your leadership skills, which will not be lost
Develop first-rate communication skills. Never sugarcoat a problem
or deliver an unclear directive. Tell it like it is. People are not afraid of the
truth and will readily follow a leader who is direct. When you are honest,
realistic and plain spoken, you’ll avoid misunderstandings and mistakes.
A straightforward communication style is the hallmark of good leadership.
Clarify, prioritize, and lead.
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Four Time Traps that Kill Sales
by Tom Hopkins
Managing time really means, we manage ourselves. That includes avoiding the time traps that plague salespeople. Sadly, many of us are keeping ourselves from achieving the success of our dreams because these four time traps kill sales.
Disorganization – How much valuable selling time has been lost or compromised because we’re looking for information, our keys, or an address? Have you ever been flustered at the beginning of a meeting with a prospective client because you lost track of time? How about forgetting their suite number and having to backtrack to the directory to find their office in a large complex? These are all things that we can and should control if we want to be successful. By being organized and giving attention to the details of every aspect of our business life will allow us to have more and better quality interactions with potential clients.
Procrastination – This includes underestimating the amount of time something will take. Stop putting things off until they "have to" be done. Try increasing your time allotment in preparing for client contacts by 20% and feel the difference in how you feel. It’s likely you’ll feel more calm, more competent and prepared. And that competence will show on the outside–increasing the confidence potential clients have in you. True professionals in sales do what needs to be done when it needs to be done. They battle procrastination at every turn, instead economizing on their preparation time to allow for more client time.
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"You must set goals for yourself that make you stretch beyond your comfort zone. If you really want something, something that’ll make a difference in your life, you’ll be willing to make sacrifices to get it. You’ll deliberately change yourself and grow to get what you really want. But, you won’t do any of these things for mere wishes." - Tom Hopkins
A legend in the sales training industry, Tom Hopkins began his career at 19 selling real estate. He was anything but successful, that is until he invested in training. He became a millionaire by the age of 27. He has been turning salespeople into sales champions since 1976. Visit his website here.
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Break a Few Rules and Build the Career
of Your Dreams
The problem with "conventional wisdom" is that it's not always wise. It's often off target, outdated, or just plain wrong.
However, when you practice a little creative rule breaking good things start to happen.
The rules below are explained in Rules of the Hunt and brief case histories and examples are given.
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• Steal good ideas
• Never pay full price.
• Get off the phone.
• Avoid meetings with more than three people in attendance.
• Raise your prices and sell more.
• Avoid writing memos.
• Look at business as a form of playing.
• Don't tell people what to do. (There is a much better way to get what you want.)
• Turn down invitations to business lunches.
• Drop in unexpectedly on your competitors.
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