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Sharon Day is President of Greenville-based Sales Activation Group. They help companies who are frustrated with their current team’s performance and/or turnover, teaching a strategic process for revenue generation and employee development.  For more information call 864.293.6633 or e-mail: sharon@2activatesales.com
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Attitude, Attitude, Attitude!

These are the three most important words in determining your level of sales success.  Your attitude drives whether you're positive or negative, and each day you make the choice to be one or the other.  If you feel more negative than positive about any circumstance, stop for a minute and consciously increase the positive messages you tell yourself.   

Positive self-talk will translate into positive body language, words, conversations; all critical elements in being seen as likable and approachable by your prospects, clients and teammates.  Plus, when you're positive, you're far more likely to see opportunities and make the connections between your prospect's need and a solution you can provide for them.  Negativity stifles open-mindedness and creativity.
 
Your attitude also drives your beliefs about your personal worth and contribution, your company, your product and services, your ability to persevere in a tough market.  Those beliefs fuel your self-confidence and enthusiasm, which translates into passion for what you do.  Remember, people don't just buy what you sell they buy 'why' you sell it.  When you are enthusiastic and believe in yourself and your product, others more quickly come to see the value of doing business with you.
 
Your attitude is influenced greatly by those you continue to hang out with.  It's been said that 'we are the average of the five people with which we spend the most time'. If you want to be upbeat, convey energy, passion and enthusiasm, then you need to hang out with those kinds of people.  Stop hanging out with negative people.
 
To succeed in sales, you have to engage, communicate, connect, build trust.  Trust is built through consistent positive interaction.  If you want to make more sales, then others must sense your pride, excitement and confidence about your product and service.  They will only do so if you project a positive attitude.
 
You are in control of your sales success and growth. Believe in your possibilities.


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08/27/2012 9:03AM
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