Research shows that unique personality traits combined with a solid sales approach are what set top performers apart from everyone else.
I believe that everyone wants to become a better version of themselves, but few actually follow through. As we begin a new year, I want to encourage you to set a goal to live a life that’s filled with passion and purpose.
No more hitting that snooze button! Let’s get up with purpose and be ready to take on the day! Look in the mirror and say “Today is going to be an awesome day!“
Starting today, no more excuses! It is time to take responsibility for your life. No matter how bad things have been, focus on what you can do today to make things better.
When involved in a truck accident, you may want to be compensated, and the person or party liable to be prosecuted. For this to happen, the police have to establish who is responsible for the accident.
Consider which circumstances above resonate most with you, and do not hesitate to explore them further. Many rewarding online opportunities await!
The key is to break bad habits that affect your life and start building positive habits that will help you achieve your goals and aspirations.
Dan Glazer and Tom Paris have a short interview with comedian Jerry Farber. Out of Atlanta, Jerry has been a top comedian for many years.
Complacency keeps you living a comfortable life, not the life you desire though. The comfortable life is a complacent life.
The art of listening is not only important in selling, it also helps with having successful relationships.