“Don’t give up realizing your goals” – Camille Clemons
Make sure to listen to today’s tip from an athlete, Camille. She will inspire you with her words from this interview clip.
Is there something trying to derail you from achieving your goals, and if so, what is it? OR are you crushing it and starting to see the outline of the next mountain take shape. What does that next pinnacle look like for you?
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Scott Ingram: You’re listening to the Daily Sales Tips Podcast and I’m your host, Scott Ingram. This clip from my interview with Camille Clemons in Episode 36 of the Sales Success Stories Podcast really jumped out for me today. First, I had an opportunity to interview an Olympic athlete over the weekend, so stay tuned for that, but also this idea of the next mountain really struck me. Here, give a listen:
Camille Clemons: First is I don’t give up. So, I think it comes from my background of being an athlete and just like nobody likes to lose. I don’t like to lose, but if you lose, you realize, okay, get back up and try again. I mean I’ve been told no, I’ve been hung up on, I’ve been denied entry. Like literally they just wouldn’t open the door. I’ve been told I’m not the right one for the job. I’ve even been told to make a career move that I wasn’t interested in and at the end of the day, you’re the only one who knows what you’re meant to do. So, don’t give up realizing your goals because of some external force trying to push you a different direction. Like you’re the one in charge. Just remember that and I think that leads me to the second, and it’s funny when you realize your goals and I think I’ve talked maybe a little bit about this, but I’m a reflective person so it’s important for me to take a step back and I think that this is literally happening to me right now and if anything I can take away from it, it’s, it’s when you feel you’ve reached like you’re perceived pinnacle, you step back and you’re like, wait a second, there’s like another mountain range behind me. I need to go do that next. And realizing that what may be enough for some people and it’s a very respectable thing to be satisfied, it doesn’t mean that’s enough for you.
Scott Ingram: It’s probably helpful to know that Camille is a top performing Financial Services sales professional, and there’s plenty more where this came from in our full interview together. For our discussion today I’ll let you pick whichever part of Camille’s clip resonated the most with you to comment on. Is there something trying to derail you from achieving your goals, and if so, what is it? OR are you crushing it and starting to see the outline of the next mountain take shape. What does that next pinnacle look like for you? Join the conversation at DailySales.Tips/38 where you’ll also find links to all things Camille.
Then come back tomorrow for another sales tip to help you improve.