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Jeffrey Gitomer’s Sales Blog | Sales Training | Leadership Training | Best Sales Trainer | Best Leadership Trainer 2013-01-04 04:00:22
TweetPositive mental attitude is determined by you. Not others. -Gitomer By: [author-name] This article was syndicated via RSS from: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/jeffreygitomer/~3/HRNAJatE-Ks/
TweetWhen you say something about yourself, it’s bragging. When other people say it about you, it’s proof. That is the essence of the testimonial. In this brand new webinar you’ll learn: How...
TweetHere are 10.5 ways to adapt to change and incorporate it naturally into your life — and your life’s work: 1. Just accept change as part of life – it’s inevitable – don’t...
TweetHere are 20.5 attitude gems (mental snacks to chew on and digest) I’ve picked up along the way that I recommend you read, copy, share with others, post on your wall, and study in a way that...
TweetFrom my personal life experiences, here are 23.5 characteristics that I have discovered in other people that have led me to trust them: 1. To get trust, first give trust. 2. Surprise (genuine) helps...
TweetAnything except, “I’m sorry!” You can say, “I apologize,” but that’s not what the customer is looking for. You can begin to tell your story about what happened,...
TweetEveryone talks about “how to sell” Not me. I stress “why they buy,” or “how to get people to buy.” It’s a much more powerful success model. I have a trademarked...
Tweet1. What’s my time limit? 2. Is this the most compelling message I can create? 3. What’s the point? What will compel me to act? 4. Am I clear, is my message clear? 5. Is my delivery the...
TweetHow is the pizza philosophy working for your business? Not sure what I mean? Watch the video below: By: [author-name] This article was syndicated via RSS from: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/jeffreygitomer/~3/-P-A_BPvE8A/