In the “hustle and bustle” of your workday, it’s easy to get wrapped up in the stress and pressure of consistently hitting your sales targets. You’re constantly prospecting, networking, following up with clients and working hard to make the next sale. If you’ve been in sales for even a small period of time, you’ve probably felt overwhelmed at one point or another.
But regardless of all of this, I want to remind you of how good you have it.
You never know when the most (seemingly) minor slip up can cost you. <– Click To Tweet
Because of this, I want to highlight a few common, and not-so-common mistakes so that you can build awareness around them. Take time to read though each item on the list and consider the consequences of making such an error in your own business. The more real it feels to you, the more likely you are to take it seriously and avoid making it in the future. If you’ve already made a mistake highlighted in the list, relearn the lessons associated with it. A mistake is only a mistake if you don’t learn from it. Read the rest of this entry »