Sales should have been taught in High School
Every Job is a Sales Job
We all sell. Every day. Every Job is a Sales Job. Regardless of what your title says. You are in sales. In business and in life, people strive to promote – or sell – an ideal version of themselves. Asking for a referral, networking, and interviewing for a job are all forms of selling. The book, Every Job is a Sales Job will, by using real-world examples, help readers identify “selling” opportunities that they may have overlooked. Created for any person – not just those in sales, and for those in any job, regardless of title – this book teaches readers how to use specific skills to advance themselves professionally and personally.
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Dr. Cindy is an international speaker and consultant, helping people and companies get what they want in work and in life by using the skills of sales pros. Yep, it’s that icky word: “sales!” But combined with her PhD in communication and her experience working with hundreds of companies, she helps take the ick factor out of selling. It works – we promise. But don’t take our word for it, check out what clients have to say in these testimonials!
“Sales changed my life. Learning how to sell at work taught me how to sell anything, anywhere. Sales skills transcend life skills. But nobody teaches us unless we go into sales.”
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Recently, my friend attended a seminar about goal setting. Naturally, it included the idea of having S.M.A.R.T. goals (more about that in a bit), but also how to refine those so you don’t get burnt out, overwhelmed or stuck in a rut.
Recently my friend was in an argument with her teenager. My friend was tired and used the dreaded phrase, “Because I said so!” In that split second, my friend was using her power and not her influence.
Hearing ’no’ is not the worst thing in the world. What might feel like rejection could actually be the opening of a door. It’s all about how you perceive the situation. If you take a moment to view the opportunities, there may be great things in the mix. Remember there is always a win-win to be had if you keep your eyes open to possibilities. Besides that, negativity will rarely bring you satisfaction or bring about the change you’re looking for.
You have to be intentional to make this happen. Make self-care Sunday a must! It’s a priority for your over-all success.