Something for leaders… Leaders, I need to talk with you for a moment. In the podcast that I shared previously, I brought up the idea that – as leaders – we are responsible to create an environment of peak performance, to build a space where our people can flourish and be their best and ultimatelyContinue reading “April 10, 2022”
How to break the addiction of success Are you addicted to success? In other words, is your confidence dependent on whether or not you are successful? And if you are a leader, is your team’s confidence dependent on whether or not they are successful – because you have mandated success for all of their efforts?Continue reading “January 16, 2022”
Why do we need more than we need? My grandfather taught me a lesson many, many years ago: Why do you need more than you need? You can want more than you need, but why do you need more than you need? It’s a powerful question and it gets to the heart of something thatContinue reading “November 14, 2021”
Next week, I am stoked to be joining my friends Jim Keenan (@keenan) and Anthony Iannarino (@iannarino) for a “jolt of Sales 411.” Our topic is going to be people who drive us nuts how to deal with a pain in the a$$ prospect/customer. Knowing these guys the way that I do, it’s going to beContinue reading “How to Deal with STRESSED OUT Customers”
Well, it’s that time of year again. The business year is winding down. The holiday season is ramping up. And with just those two dynamics, the potential for stress is about to spike (if it’s not spiking already). God only knows what else could be contributing to the complexity, but – for me – it’sContinue reading “The Three Biggest Causes of Stress… and Why You Are Addicted to Them”
I had the privilege of enjoying an EDGY conversation with one of the top sales bloggers in the world, Dan Waldschmidt. Here is a link to that 15-minute conversation on what it takes to be a success.
Every work day, countless sales people wake up and begin their day with an eerily similar routine. When the alarm goes off, they jump in the shower, grab a bite, and make the 20-foot trek to the home office or 1 hour-commute to the office. The morning will usually start with a review of emails,Continue reading “Are You Getting Toxic Results or Empowered Results?”