“Find ways of creating harmony in the storm by embracing your team through trust and respect.” – Camille Clemons in today’s Tip 493
Do you embrace the harmony of your team?
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Scott Ingram: You’re listening to the Daily Sales Tips podcast and I’m your host, Scott Ingram. Today Camille Clemons is back with this tip:
Camille Clemons: Today’s theme is team, with sub-themes of trust and respect. We were recently watching a replay of, I can’t tell you why during the coverage of the Eagles, a band that may or may not be known by you on access TV. You may not be familiar with the Eagles and if you’re not, I recommend you look them up.
I do feel compelled though to discuss the importance of team and the underlying existence of trust and respect. Co-leads lead singer in frontman Glenn Fry was an unequivocal master. The same could be said for Don Henley on equivocally. Joe Walsh and Tim Schmidt were active participants in the evolution and ultimate success of the Eagles. One essential element is required for so many to thrive simultaneously. That one thing is respect.
Every member had their strength. Every member had their quirk, but that didn’t matter because together they were the Eagles. Every team has a magician, a star, a nerd. If you can find your way of harmonizing and leveraging all the strengths for the good of the deal and then celebrating that team’s success, you will undoubtedly be stronger. That is trust.
The value of a team member having success cannot be understated when given the chance, rise to the occasion. Take your moment, trust it. Everyone has something to offer, but you have to be willing to step out and do it to know whether or not it will work. This theme, two quotes come to mind. One is be you, everyone else is taken and what’s the worst that could happen?
Throwing on the saxophone every now and then can’t hurt, right? Whether we’re talking about your internal team and helping someone along the way or your team at home, find ways of creating harmony in the storm by embracing your team through trust and respect.
Scott Ingram: To connect with Camille just click over to DailySales.Tips/493. There you’ll also find the video version of Camille’s tip and as always, a complete transcript as well.
Once you’ve done that, be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening!