However, these ideas in Game Plan Selling Sales Training in Boston have worked for me and for the many top sales people I’ve researched, interviewed and learned from. If something doesn’t feel right to you, I challenge you to think about whether that feeling is just pressure from the part of your brain that is comfortable with where your sales are right now.
Change is difficult and the easiest way to avoid it is to dismiss new opportunities to learn.
As you begin this process to improve your sales, you will undoubtedly face moments of uncertainty and trepidation. It can be difficult to step out of your comfort zone and learn a better way to sell. But if you are willing to do those things, to take those first steps out of where you might be comfortable, you will discover a world of selling success that you otherwise may never have known. It is a world where anything is possible and reality is yours to create. Not only is this a professional journey, but it is also personal—I learned early on that sales is all about your personal goals. If you sell more, you make more money and you can afford to have those things in your life that you want. The only question is whether you will have the determination to see the journey through to the end.
By simply reading this blog post, you have already joined an elite group of people: those who are willing to face their weakness, open their eyes, and explore what is possible beyond the status quo. So congratulations on taking your first step toward the excellence that accompanies Game Plan Selling.
By Marc Wayshak, America’s Sales Coach on Game Plan Selling and Sales Trainer Boston.
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