I’ll never forget the day I watched a secretary outsell a team of sales veterans.
The company sold consulting services. That morning I’d met with some of their less successful reps. Most of them knew exactly why they weren’t selling. “Our prices are just too high,” they assured me repeatedly. I’d heard it before. As we all know, price is often the single biggest obstacle for acquiring new business. It’s also the number one excuse of unsuccessful marketing and salespeople.
Now, I was riding with Helen Daniels, secretary to the boss and the person who’d handled new business inquiries before the pros had been hired: handled them, I’d been told, with great success. I wanted to see just how she’d done it.
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As entrepreneurs, your success is truly determined by the people you have. Don’t you sometimes feel that you are alone in your pursuit of business and personal success? How do you attract others to help you on your path to work and personal success?
Venture into the world and allow reality to support your efforts now. Move forward and cut frustration and time by opening up to new possibilities to uncover the requisite resources and information.
People love to contribute to dreams; you just have to tell them how. Success develops when you inspire others to walk into your vision and provide the insight required to achieve what may seem impossible.
How to inspire people to help you realize your goals:
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Any organization that experiences high turnover, especially persistent high turnover, tends to spend a lot of time, money and resources training personnel and getting new hires up to speed. We tend to get attached to those who come through our ranks and make training, quality expectation, and management easy.
If we are not careful, we may tend to grow attitudinal towards those who “make our job harder”, who may not have the same natural fit as our last favorite employee, or who may require basic training, whereas the last trainee ‘got it’. These predispositions can sabotage our ability to create an attractive workplace for employees.
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A lot of advertising nowadays are highly ineffective. This is sometimes the result of clients changing ad agencies too frequently and too on. If we can encourage you to continue your existing agency relationship, we may help improve the level of your advertising a tiny bit and eliminate some of the frustrations you’re about to endure.
If you still decide to make a change, we’ve identified some of the important questions you should consider as you begin the process.
HOW BADLY DO YOU REALLY WANT TO MAKE A CHANGE?
Changing agencies often results in a significant waste of your most valuable resources: time, money and the ability to focus on the right issues.
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