Making motivational sales training part of your routine takes practice. Our tips will provide you some ideas on how to keep your spirits up and ensure your sales team’s goals stay on track.
Someone once told me that if you want something out of life, you need to make it happen yourself – nobody will do it for you. If you don’t like your current situation, then it is your responsibility – and yours alone – to change it. So, don’t just notice that something needs to change if you want to increase your sales, take action. If this sounds like you too, take a look at our motivational sales training idea to keep you inspired.
1. Accept the past. You have limitations, just like everyone else. The trick is for you realize that you have made mistakes and how to learn from them. But at the same time, don’t let the past control you. You are the master of your own destiny.
2. Reframe your mistakes as learning experiences. When working in sales, defeat comes with the territory. Do not give up on yourself though, no matter the loss. If you don’t believe in yourself, how can anyone else? There is no such a thing as failure, there are only outcomes. If you do not like a past outcome, change your process that led you there.
3. Find something motivational. You are only human, so eventually you are going to falter and will allow negative thoughts to creep into your mind. To counteract this, find some photos that make you happy or a famous quote that you find motivational. Place these items in your workspace and in places where you spend a lot time – in the car, at the gym, or at home – and make them something you see at all points of your workday.
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4. Dare to think big. Is there something that you wish you could achieve, but think it is unobtainable? Remember, that there are many business people that have started billion dollar companies with nothing more than an idea and their own two hands. Why limit yourself – dream big!
5. Remain focused. When looking to build a career and a professional reputation, it only natural to let you mind wonder. Is the grass really greener on the other side? If you have a solid employer, stick with them and give it a solid try. In the long run, it will help you to reach your career goals.
6. Think of obstacles as opportunities. From time to time you will have a setback. It might be big or small, but lack of success can sometimes throw you for a loop. Disappointment – especially in the world of sales – is an inevitable part of life. Accept that something didn’t turn out as you had hoped, but work hard to find a creative way to turn that obstacle into a valuable learning opportunity. Growth can sometimes be painful, but in the end you will be better for it. Learn how to resolve similar situations that you may encounter in the future so things can go differently, and more positively, the next time.
7. Never be envious or intimidated. The determination of success or failure is a matter of perspective. What you might see as someone’s greatest triumph they might see as a disappointment. We are more than just the money we make. We are people. We are friends. We are family members. We have individual dreams so real and so precious we dare not speak them out loud. Your dreams are important. You are important. You are unique and beautiful. So do not ever be jealous of the position or possessions someone else has – because in the end – it’s just “stuff” after all. What matters is the journey, not the destination.
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