“Taking these tests may save you a lot of time and money or it may help you find out what your strong skillsets are to actually achieve and have a long sales career.” – Hans Hansson in today’s Tip 413
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Scott Ingram: You’re listening to the Daily Sales Tips podcast and I’m your host, Scott Ingram. Today’s tip comes from Hans Hansson. Hans is the founder of Starboard Commercial Real Estate and author of the new book, “Stop Selling Yourself Short.” Here he is with today’s tip.
Hans Hansson: Many are in sales strictly for the money, particularly commissionable salespeople who live on commissions in order to have true potential to achieve higher income levels. However, if you’re not passionate about helping people are not excited about meeting new people every day or do not enjoy helping people make decisions, you may make money but go year after year wondering, is there something else I could do besides sales. Finding out through a personality profile test who you are will give you the roadmap necessary to answer those questions, it may mean that you’re not equipped for sales. If that is the case, taking these tests may save you a lot of time and money or it may help you find out what your strong skillsets are to actually achieve and have a long sales career.
Scott Ingram: For more about Hans and his new book “Stop Selling Yourself Short.” Just click over to DailySales.Tips/413 and Hans is generously giving away 15 copies of his book to listeners. To get yours. Just email me with the subject line: Stop Selling Yourself Short to [email protected] and I’ll choose the winners randomly at the end of the month.
Once you’ve done that. Be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening!