Getting into action is important.
You gotta play hard to get results in sales.
But shoot first, aim later isn’t usually a formula for success in selling.
Today on Abe Lincoln’s Birthday, you’d be wise to take his advice…
Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.
Abe had the wisdom to know that the preparation of sharpening his axe for four hours, would make chopping down a tree go faster and with much less effort.
Likewise, shouldn’t you be sharpening your axe?
What are you doing to make your sales skills – your axe – better today?
Don’t wait for someone to give you a training program and tell you what to do.
Get your own plan together to sharpen your axe right now.
Be a self-starter. Get yourself over to Persuasive Selling Skills and sharpen your skills to close more deals faster with less wasted effort.
Sell with Pride,