What does that mean? It means in order to be successful (or not) we must keep going, hopefully, leveraging good habits and best practices. What does that mean? That means, we show up on time, prepared, we’ve done our prep-work, we’re prepared to engage in the conversation, we’re prepared for the outcome and do our homework. That means we follow best practices in our money management, in our diet, and strive to do and be our best….even when we’re tired and feeling out of patience.
Yes, this is hard. Nope, it’s not for everyone. Yep, we’re going to fail at this. And all of that is ok. The goal is to keep going, support others and be supported by others, showing grade and strength to ourselves and others.
Here’s to getting after it! Take ownership of your career, commit to continual learning. Take a look at the ISbD classes – https://isbd.teachable.com/ and the AA-ISP for examples of great sales training content – https://www.aa-isp.org/