I have been engaged to work with a sales guy in a coaching/mentoring role – someone who has the right sales DNA but has plateaued. One of the tasks I had him to before the day ended, was to advance at least one sale. In this particular case, he chose to follow up a stalled
You have to. When was the last time you put yourself in a situation that caused you a heap of fear? How exhilarating did it feel when you smashed through it? Let me share…. Monday night… the Melbourne Comedy Theatre, my husband Tim and I along with a couple of hundred other onlookers, well-wishers and
I had the pleasure of being interviewed this morning by Nick Psaila as part of his ‘Ordinary People doing Extraordinary Things’ series. Apart from being the founder of Upology, he is also the founder of the biggest wellness industry webinar ever to be assembled – Wellness Business Owners World Summit. During the interview, he asked
It doesn’t matter if you are presenting to a group of IT gurus sitting in their back rooms surrounded by the sound of humming hard drives or whether you are with the executives in the lofty penthouse boardroom – your ability to speak in public is crucial to your marketing and sales success. > Get
In walking into a white goods shop recently, the sales person asked if we needed any assistance and when I mentioned I wanted to buy a blender he took me to the aisle, chose one off the shelf because the others were too expensive (his belief!) and proceeded to tell, tell, tell us about it.
In discussing different aspects of a salespeople’s growth last week, the sales director and I debated the fundamental gaps that continue to emerge. We agreed those gaps included instances where the ability to speak with senior contacts was lacking, how addressing groups in a corporate presentation lacked compelling involvement, vital information was being left on