Sales: What Works, What Doesn’t

Humans aren’t great at adapting to change. When we find a comfort level, we often stop evolving. But mixing it up once in a while can invigorate your sales process. Even if your technique works, another may work even better.

First, review proven approaches. Although one may fit your personality better than another, make sure you know how to switch gears when your prospect doesn’t respond. 
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Apps to De-stress Employees

Stress contributes to employee illness, absence and turnover; and impacts on-the-job happiness, productivity and even safety.

Prevention is essential, but regardless of the causes, finding a way to decrease tension and anxiety is easier than ever with apps designed to combat stress. Many are free. 
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Can You Be Yourself at Work?

Can You Be Yourself at Work?

Depending on the situation, we wear masks – masks to fit what’s going on around us. We may act differently with parents than with friends or associates. Or relate on a different level with your college roommate than with new workplace contacts. 
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Don’t Love Sales? You Can Still Be Effective

Don’t Love Sales? You Can Still Be Effective.

You’re in sales. So, why do you hate it? Maybe it’s the label “sales.” Or you may not want to be pushy. Or you want to avoid being thought of as a “used car salesman/person (UCS).” 
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