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How to Sell a Service

Monday, March 1st, 2010

How important is it that your services are easy to sell? Wouldn’t it be even better if they were easy to buy?

Why is selling a service so different from selling a product? In some ways, the principles should be the same. The objective is to get the prospect to agree that the way to solve their problem is to use your product or service.

Six steps to becoming better Self-Disciplined

Monday, January 11th, 2010

Discipline is the bridge between your goals and accomplishments.

Discipline, willpower, self-control – Whatever you call it, self-discipline is difficult for many people. Some days you think you simply don’t have it in you to make those 10 cold calls, and other days it seems much easier to drive by the gym than to go in and do a work out.

Discipline is the foundation upon which all success is built. Lack of discipline inevitably leads to failure. So, how do you become more self-disciplined?

These are not tasks to cross off as “completed”; instead, they are principles to use to guide your daily life.

Time Management in December can be tough….

Monday, December 14th, 2009

Ten Strategies for Time Management 1. The first step is being aware of where your time is going, now. You can’t find something you’ve lost when you don’t know where you might have lost it in the first place. So the first strategy for managing your time is to know where it’s going, now. That […]

The Power of NO!

Tuesday, November 24th, 2009

You don’t know how to say No to a person then please learn because a single Yes can eat up your fruitful quality time.

Do you Struggle to be on Time?

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

6 Ways to Stop Being Late

1. Schedule and block. Put the appointment in your calendar and block out the duration of the engagement. This way you will not create overlapping commitments that will get you into a time trap.

Some great ways to create motivation

Monday, November 16th, 2009

Motivation through Challenges
Individuals are motivated when they are working towards personally meaningful goals. Attainment of those goals must require activity that is increasingly difficult, but attainable. In other words, people like to be challenged, but they must feel their goals are achievable to stay motivated.

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