Everything you do creates a result. Some results you love. Some results you don't. Develop your mindset so you get to treat it all as feedback on how you're doing and crucial pointers on how to operate in future.
Some questions for you... Do you know where you're heading? In work? Away from work? In Life? Where is it all leading to? Does it have to lead anywhere anyway? Let's drill it down to your business, even your sales, especially your sales... What actions are you taking to get you to where you want to go?
The World Cup is looming. That thought will fill you with massive anticipation...or complete dread!
The England management team have identified just how important it is for the players to have the right mindset if they are to achieve their potential in the tournament.
What about your mindset?
How often do you focus on YOU? You too should be ensuring you've got the mindset you need to get success in your role.
Imagine you or your team being able to quickly and easily conjure up the necessary elements for success - confidence, determination, calmness, or anything else that's needed, at will...whenever it's needed.
Meetings. Do you love or loathe them?
Whatever your answer, you know that sooner or later you'll be attending one! According to a survey, 45% of us are blighted by "having a meeting for the sake of having a meeting".
Ring any bells? I've attended a few meetings in my time. Some excellent. Some not so!
I thought I'd jot down some random thoughts on how to have better meetings!
And I'd love to know what you think too!
Here goes... =
What comes up for you when you think about selling your services or products?
Do you feel upbeat, positive and ready to share the wonders of what you do? Or do you feel dread, doubt, fear or a combination of negative emotions?
You may have an armoury of selling skills but if you have negative emotions going on inside, this will get in the way of your sales success.
The signs that negativity is working against you are...
Here's the scenario... You go to a party of a good friend at their house. It's not very lively but, hello, who's that over there, they look interesting. You decide to go over and introduce yourself. You ask one question -- and bam, the person talks for ten minutes without pausing for breath. They talk non-stop about them, their interests, their history, their achievements. They ask you nothing! How do you feel?