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There’s a kind of tree which is the first to grow in the toughest soil. It’s the kind of plant which grows first after a forest fire, and is the first to establish itself in tough soil. It’s the plant that you see on the periphery of every forest, and it is a tough little plant. It’s called a jack pine. It’s not just a survivor, though it is – it’s a pioneer. And as a salesperson, I can tell you that I. Get. That. Plant. That plant and I could be related. As a salesperson, I know what it’s like to get out there on the front line and make something happen when nothing seems to be happening. I know what it’s like to cultivate leads which seem dead or unproductive or even impossible. And I know what it’s like to close a sale even when everyone tells me no. Why? Because I’m a salesperson. And I’m not alone.
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