I was surfing the web this morning – looking for inspirtional rading and I found it on Kevin Dee’s Blog posting from December 12th. Check this out:
“If you are an excellent salesperson, delivering consistently on your numbers, then management should give you “elbow room” on the “minor” aspects of your job … right?
If you regularly deliver your projects on time and under budget then the company shouldn’t worry about small policy items … right?
Certainly this line of thinking is common in some companies, but there are some minefields in that thinking … for both company and individual.
1. The minute you start to think that you are good is the minute you start to exude that message … and clients, co-workers and bosses really don’t like it.”
Dedicated to increasing your sales,