Locomotive Sales: Make the Most of this Week
And welcome to July! Can you believe it?
If you are working this week (and I couldn't blame you if you weren't), I believe the best use of your time will be to "sharpen the saw," as Stephen Covey would say. That is, after your attempts to reach your customers are made, think about the things that you could do that would make your job easier or more productive.
Do you know everything that your CRM does?
Would organizing your office help?
Do you have a list of prospects to call on?
If you've taken my advice over the last few weeks and kept your foot on the gas pedal, this is a great week to take a breath and catch up, then reorganize and rethink your approach, and get back at it starting July 9.
This is also a good time to look forward. Think about six months from now and where you want to be. Make a list of everything you can think of in terms of sales, finances, health, relationships … you name it. Set some goals so that you’ve got something to shoot for.
In addition, look back to where you were at the beginning of the year and think about the promises you made yourself. Have you kept them?
It's a rare event when the locomotive known as sales activity comes to a complete stop and allows you to get realigned. Make the most of this week. It might not be the best selling week but that doesn't mean it's not a great sales week.
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Bill Farquharson is a respected industry expert and highly sought after speaker known for his energetic and entertaining presentations. Bill engages his audiences with wit and wisdom earned as a 40-year print sales veteran while teaching new ideas for solving classic sales challenges. Email him at email@example.com or call (781) 934-7036. Bill’s two books, The 25 Best Print Sales Tips Ever and Who’s Making Money at Digital/Inkjet Printing…and How? as well as information on his new subscription-based website, The Sales Vault, are available at salesvault.pro.