The foundation of business is a sale. If the word “salesperson” conjures up images of a sleazy car salesman in a loud plaid suit with slicked back hair, saying whatever it takes to pressure a customer into buying that old jalopy, then please STOP.
If that’s your image of a salesperson, then wipe it out of your head. Seriously. It will be next to impossible to train your brain to accept your new role as a successful businessperson who advances their career with each sale, unless your brain eliminates any association with negative imagery like this. I mean, wipe it out, cancel it, erase it… whatever you need to do to push that image out of your mind.
Instead, view and conceive the idea of a sales person as a positive and attentive problem solver.
Our new image as a problem solver is a strong combination of the following attributes. Each one is integrated with the others, but you can view each as wearing “different hats” in the sales cycle:
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