It’s a brand new week! Every week is a new opportunity. And I want you to remember that success is what you do TODAY, not yesterday!
Are you making the most of today?
Check out the video to see what I mean:
Mark Hunter is the author of High-Profit Prospecting: Powerful Strategies to Find the Best Leads and Drive Breakthrough Sales Results.
Mark Hunter, your next keynote speaker:
Mark Hunter, CSP, “The Sales Hunter” is recognized globally as one of the top sales speakers, known for his challenging insights, high-energy, and passion to create change that he delivers each time he speaks, whether it be a sales kick-off meeting, corporate function or association event. Mark Hunter is the author of the best selling book, High-Profit Prospecting. Here’s what others are saying:
Mark presented “Accelerate Your Sales Prospecting” at the February 2015 Institute for Excellence in Sales program in Northern Virginia. He nailed it and gave the 150 selling professionals and business owners in attendance amazing tips, strategies and tactics they could implement that day. The sales leaders at our program universally acknowledged Mark as one of the top speakers we’ve ever had.
- Fred Diamond, Executive Director, IES Washington DC
At our annual company sales meeting we’ ve never seen a speaker work so hard, with advance preparation, with such genuine style of delivery, and with such hunger for results. If you weren’t on the edge of your seat….you were in a coma. Period!
- Mark Allen, Regional Manager, Marlin Companies
Mark’s strategies are innovative, easy to follow and easy to use in the “real world.” He customized his strategies to directly speak to the issues and challenges facing our unique business, and he helped us encompass specific selling examples. This training was very applicable to our sales staff, both at a senior and junior level, as it reinforced important sales techniques.”
- Danielle Pakradooni, Blue Man Group
Copyright 2017, Mark Hunter “The Sales Hunter.” Sales Motivation Blog. Mark Hunter is the author of High-Profit Prospecting: Powerful Strategies to Find the Best Leads and Drive Breakthrough Sales Results.
Sales, like in any sport, requires a sort of ‘short-term memory’. Whether yesterday’s performance was good or bad, a salesperson should not dwell too much on it. Rather, one should learn a valuable lesson. If you lost a couple of deals yesterday, push that negativity aside and learn from what probably went wrong that time. If you had an incredible sales yesterday, don’t be too complacent that you have no room for improvement anymore. It’s what you do NOW or TODAY that’s important. Thanks for this inspiring video, Mark!
It’s so true that when it comes to sales, we all have the opportunity to begin each day with a blank slate. This means that our actions are defined by what we do today and we shouldn’t dwell on the past. The same is true for all of our sales-related tasks, such as calling our prospects to convert them into customers. It’s important to never give up!