Happy Sales people


I am an Optimist. I believe it helps to, look on the bright side, hope for the best, and to have hope that things will always get better. I believe that your “Attitude determines your Altitude”. I believe in the power of smiling. Smiling does not cost a penny, it always makes me feel better and generally lifts the energy and confidence of those around me. I also believe that when you are smiling, no one knows what you are thinking. Ha-ha!

Can a Kiosk or Laptop Replace a Sales Person!

Honestly, I think it’s a possibility, especially if we don’t change the way we sell and adjust to the what is happening. With all of the information and transparency about cars and now senior living available on the web, are we nearing the point when savvy customers can study up and make a wise decision without the help of an expensive sales person.

It’s Hard To Be Humble When You Look In The Mirror!

if you are at the point where you are looking for opportunities to improve, try to resist looking in the mirror and instead, gather information from the people who have had an opportunity to experience your every day performance, have valid and helpful observations and who have the least to lose from sharing their unfiltered opinions. Your Prospects, because their opinion counts. Consider these benefits:

Change Is Inevitable, Learn To Deal With It!

I like most of you have had my share of changes and challenges. Some have been relatively minor and some have rocked my whole world. About ten years ago I found myself completely paralyzed after hitting a sandbar while surfing in California. Since then I have had the opportunity to learn how to do everything differently. Fortunately, I was able to completely recover, but not before I learned some important lessons about dealing with change.

How To Recover The Lost The Art of Listening?

I have been working with and providing sales training in the senior living space for many years. I have discovered that the number one issue holding professional back from progressing and adapting new information is an inability to listen. On the flip side, those who are better listeners are also far more successful in learning and applying new ideas and skills in personal lives and enjoy more success in their careers. Here are some ideas that may help you clear away the top three listening roadblocks and improve your listening and learning.