“I’m more interested in learning from what the Doers Do, than from what the Sayers Say.” – Scott Ingram in today’s Tip 1064
What can you say about yourself and the kind of person that you are through your actions and what you do?
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Scott Ingram: You’re listening to the Daily Sales Tips podcast and I’m your host, Scott Ingram. This weekend I’ve got a little 2 part mini-series with two ideas that are very much connected and interestingly they both came from the same Peloton class last weekend with one of my favorite instructors: Matt Wilpers.
Now it was tomorrow’s tip that was prompted directly by Matt. It was what I saw on somebody else’s profile that flashed by on the leaderboard that prompted today. It was simply the word “Do” followed by the greater than sign, followed by the word “Say.” Do is greater than Say.
I SO identify with this. In fact, I said somewhat spontaneously on the stage at the Sales Success Summit a few years ago that I’m more interested in learning from what the Doers Do, than from what the Sayers Say. That’s still very true and kind of what the Sales Success Stories podcast is all about, but today I want to talk about what it says about us.
The other thing this idea says is that Talk is Cheap. It’s easy to say things, it’s much more difficult to actually do things. Actions speak louder than words.
So what will you DO?
As we come up to the end of the year here and start to think about our goals and aspirations for the next. We’re probably going to say some things. Better yet we might write down some of our goals, and that’s all good stuff, but what are you actually going to DO.
At the end of the day, that’s kind of the only thing that matters. What can you say about yourself and the kind of person that you are through your actions and what you do? Give that some thought and tomorrow I’ll build on the idea and talk about how Discipline is greater than motivation.
Now, I’ve got something for you to DO real quick. Make sure you’re subscribed to the podcast and then, be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening!