Do you ever get that uneasy feeling that your prospect is trying to get away from you?
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As an entrepreneur, you know that it’s not always a cakewalk to run a successful business. There are a lot of moving parts.
Because I talk to dozens of entrepreneurs every week, I hear my fair share of stories about their growing pains. Heck, I have ‘em myself!
And here’s the deal, since I’ve dealt with thousands of entrepreneurs during my past 10 years in business, I’ve developed an uncanny knack for being able to predict who will still be in business a year or two from now… and who won’t.
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One of the many things that makes Disney great is their commitment to underpromise and overdeliver.
So what’s “unDisney” and what does it have to do with sales?
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This is a great clip from one of my favorite actors, Kevin Spacey, talking about the difference between ambition versus knowing WHY you want to achieve something.
To know what you want, to understand why you’re doing it, to dedicate every breath in your body, to achieve… If you feel that you have something to give, if you feel that your particular talent is worth developing, is worth caring for, then there’s nothing you can’t achieve. – Kevin Spacey
You’re not alone if you feel really awkward when it comes to closing a sale. Many ‘treps have a cordial conversation with their prospect and then flub up the close. It’s not unusual, but it IS preventable.