High-producing sales pros share one important trait in common: the ability to maintain the expectation of a successful outcome despite gloomy market feedback, the overwhelming pressure of organizational expectations, a failed credit approval for a critical contract, or even the disappointing loss of a major company client. Continue reading
How many times have you heard the phrases “Don’t be a quitter!” or “Never give up”?
Truth is, it’s easy to tell someone to hang in there, but nobody ever truly assesses the situation or the impact it has on our lives.
As Americans, we’re taught about the American Dream and how we should work till we achieve our own. We’ve built a culture where overworking has become the norm. Continue reading
The things we do and tell ourselves have a significant impact on our daily lives. If you choose to wallow in negative thoughts, it can impact your self-esteem. Continue reading
When it comes to getting the job done, we always seem to have an excuse.
“I’ll do it later. It’s due after the weekend anyway.”
“There’s no way I can do that—don’t have the time for it.”
“This is not part of my job description.”
Time and time again, we make up excuses for things we don’t want to put an effort into. There’s always an excuse for something and everything. And somewhere along the line, we start believing ourselves. Continue reading
Sometimes, when it comes to motivation, it can be a matter of ”easier said than done.“
If you feel this is your truth, you will be pleased to know that all hope is not lost. There are many ways you can attempt to motivate yourself. These are not quick fixes. They do take a degree of thought and focus. Continue reading
Motivation doesn’t usually come when we need it most.
Thinking of starting a blog? You end up with writers block. Have to draft a proposal that needs to be submitted tomorrow? Have fun staying late at work. Continue reading
We have the tendency to hide our true emotions. Whether it’s letting go of a comment made by someone close to us or not voicing our ideas during a meeting, we tend to hide things. Continue reading
You’ve probably always been told that in order to achieve success you need to get something in return.
Whether it’s making more profits than your competitors, delivering a better sales pitch than your colleague or taking on more projects than anyone else in the team, we’re always told to do more—to be more. Continue reading
Do you envy colleagues that are always done with their work on time? Do you try your best to be productive at work, only to find yourself distracted/procrastinating/demotivated? Continue reading