Archive for February, 2013

SELF-TALK… CAUSE AND EFFECT BEHAVIOR… SUCCESS OR FAILURE

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Success is achieved or lost, depending on how you see yourself and how you talk to yourself. Would you agree? You have the ability to control your success simply by determining whether or not you are truly worthy of it. Think about that for a moment. How you feel about yourself is all that is standing in the way of your amazing results.

We all know that it is detrimental to your success and to your well-being to make ...

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IF I’M OFF TRACK, ARE THERE STEPS TO IMPROVE MY SALES? WHERE’S MY BOOK “RETURN TO BASIC TRAINING?”

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In this economy, when things aren’t going the way you think they should, you start looking for new ways to improve sales. The stakes are high and your careers are on the line if sales don’t improve. I know what you’re saying “Everything was going so well, and now I’m in a slump.” “After all, this is my business. I committed myself to this… my family is behind me. I need to make this work and more importantly, succeed with ...

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WHAT’S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT? WAS TINA TURNER TALKING ABOUT CHARACTER?

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As in every sophisticated endeavor, in the world of sales it sure helps if you have the aptitude and character with which to begin an outstanding career.

“Character” is the operant word here. The Encarta Dictionary defines character as “the set of qualities that make somebody distinctive, especially somebody’s quality of mind and feeling.” In plain words, we understand a person’s character to be that combination of qualities, beliefs, tendencies and attitudes that builds his/her behavior.

It’s a combination of ...

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IF COACHES HAVE A FORMULA FOR SUCCESS, DO YOU? TRY THIS… READY, SET, BREAK…

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There’s an old saying that goes like this “The more desire you have to improve some part of yourself, the more successful you’ll become.” I couldn’t agree more. Think about it from this point of view.

After every football or basketball game, the high school coach watches the videotape and analyzes what the team did so he can reinforce the things the team did well and suggest ways to improve the things they didn’t do well.

Just as the coach ...

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