“Greatness in sales ultimately comes down to tapping into your own greatness.” – Scott Ingram in today’s Tip 1441
Will you be economically viable in 10 years without transforming in some way?
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Scott Ingram: You’re listening to the Daily Sales Tips podcast and I’m your host, Scott Ingram. The World Economic Forum or WEF Conference happened in Davos this week.
I saw an interesting article that referenced a study that PwC conducted that said: “Nearly 40% of CEOs surveyed said their organizations wouldn’t be economically viable in 10 years if they don’t transform.” I thought that was a pretty alarming number, but then I started to think about it personally and what it means to sales professionals.
Will YOU be economically viable in 10 years without transforming in some way?
We spend a lot of time focusing on this quarter and this year, but how often do you look beyond that? When was the last time you considered your own 10-year time horizon?
Thinking about this for myself reminded me of a Bill Gates quote where he said: “Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years.”
What can you do in 10 years? How can you transform yourself to be economically viable at the level you want to be at?
Give that some thought and then think about what you can do today to begin that transformation. Something to consider.
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