I used to think of myself as an excellent motivator; that is before a former client and friend shared the best sales motivation speech of all time from a Master.
To boost your sales effectiveness, you must listen to the Masters.
Do what they tell you.
The Master in this video tells you everything you need to know about making more_money.
Wrong. If willpower alone were enough, you would by now have accomplished many of your long-languishing goals.
Why isn’t willpower by itself enough? Why is a “Just do it!” attitude by itself “Just not sufficient” to achieve your goals?
I’m still wrestling with that question on many levels. Certainly, for some, willpower is omnipotent.
But for the majority of the entrepreneurs and sales people I’ve encountered in my sales coaching practice willpower alone isn’t enough.
We fall into a slump but can’t will ourselves out of it.
We fail in our resolves but can’t will ourselves to re-start.
I believe there are six other ingredients, in addition to willpower, necessary to stay motivated so we can achieve our ambitions.
I know it seems contrived to have a seven step motivational formula. After all, I teach a seven sentence marketing plan. I teach the seven steps of the sales process.
Still, seven steps is what I come up with when I consider my studies, my clients and myself.
Here are the seven steps as I see them:
Perhaps these words, and the accompanying motivational video is sufficient to get and keep you motivated. If so, BRAVO!
If not, I invite you to join me for my next free, monthly (almost), teleclass.
You can register here: http://steadysales.com/free-teleclass
In the thirty or so minutes we spend together we’ll explore these seven steps in greater detail.
I’ll spell out precisely what the step entails and how you might apply it to yourself.
I’ll share my success and setbacks with each step, and invite you to do the same.
I promise you’ll leave the call with greater insight into what gets and keeps you motivated.
Again, visit this link to register: http://steadysales.com/free-teleclass
I look forward to speaking with you soon.