“Feedback is so critically important. It helps us to understand what’s working as well as what’s not working that we might need to work on.” – Scott Ingram in today’s Tip 876
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Scott Ingram: You’re listening to the Daily Sales Tips podcast and I’m your host, Scott Ingram. Today I want to talk about feedback. Feedback is so critically important. It helps us to understand what’s working as well as what’s not working that we might need to work on. It might be something we need to work on within ourselves and our approach, or it might be something around our solution that we can work collaboratively with our teams to improve.
The most important thing is just to ask for that feedback, and be just as willing to give it when somebody asks you.
This is episode number 876. I’m curious to know how many of these tips you’ve listened to. I suppose it’s possible that this is your first one, but I have a feeling you’ve listened to dozens, maybe even hundreds of them. Heck, maybe you’ve listened to ALL of them?
Whatever your answer. I’d love to hear from you. What feedback do you have for me? What do you love about this show? What do you find irritating? What could I be doing better? Perhaps most importantly, what kind of tips are you most interested in going forward? That’s the most common question I get from those of you who occasionally contribute tips and I’d love to provide those contributors some concrete examples of what listeners like you want to hear more of.
I hope my team and I have provided enough value for you and have earned the right to ask you for two minutes of your time. Do me a favor and pause this episode, and send me an email to [email protected], that’s scott at T-O-P, the number one dot F.M. as in frequency modulation. [email protected] and share your feedback with me.
I can’t wait to hear from you.
Of course, once you’ve done that, be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening!