It starts with taking ownership over your results… good and bad. I’ve found for me that there were times where I wanted to give myself all the credit for the success, but then blame everybody else for all the struggle. It wasn’t until I really decided that, you know what, if I’m going to give myself the credit for the success then I also have to give myself credit for the struggles. I have to take responsibility for both. Then what’s great is if you get real about your struggles, and you take responsibility for that. It becomes really motivating to actually want to change it.
It starts with taking ownership of your results
The secret to reaching the top
If it’s not best in class, don’t sell it!
Mentors and giving back
Sales people are the backbone of the world
Brendon Burchard’s Daily Productivity Planner
Hal Elrod and The Miracle Morning
Todd Duncan’s High Trust Selling
The One Thing
John Ruhlin and Mentors
You don’t have to sell everything to everybody
Perfection, progress and celebration