I love Scott Ginsberg. He is truly one of a kind. That’s what it means to have an awesome personal brand right?
He has been wearing a name tag for many many years – every day for that matter.
Check out his Ted Talk video, to learn a little more about the man that puts a smile on my face every time I read his content!
Drop by my new facebook page and say hi:
Have a great weekend!
Short and sweet, yet very powerful message. Are you a “Can” or a “Can’t?”
Source: The Destructive Nature of Can’t
Thanks to my wife for showing me this a few days ago.
I can totally do this:
My wife has been doing some very cool stuff for the past few weeks!
Check out this great post.
Inspiring, and incredibly motivating!
This is just a FANTASTIC post on personal branding! Take a few minutes to absorb this information over the weekend.
Originally posted on The Internet Marketing Guy:
I came across this amazing slide show presentation on how to brand the most important brand to all of us: yourself. Brand you is more than just your hereditary characteristics and your physicality infrastructure; it’s your daily habits, how you present yourself, how you express and maintain your intangibles and what information you know and share.
Personal branding always stays with you, whether you’re cognizant of it or not. So make sure you’re aware of the implications that a negative brand can carry, and the rewards and opportunities that a positive brand can carry.
When people talk about your reputation and are asked to describe you, these are concise statements about what your brand means and how others perceive your brand. Make sure it aligns with how you see yourself.
Check out this incredible slide show, thanks to @BrianFanzo:
We know it all
We have all the right answers
Our learning was done the last day we walked out of school
That is narrow-minded thinking!
- Our brain needs “exercise”
- Keep growing and learning
When is the last time you listened to a great podcast, grabbed a book or read a blog?
I know talk radio and music can be fun to listen to while driving, but schedule “educational windshield time” each week.
Need a new reference group?
Check out http://www.meetup.com
And see what groups are congregating in your community!
You might be surprised at the great new contacts that you make!
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If you have any questions about moving forward with your business, I would love to hear from you. You can find me at: TimMushey@gmail.com
When I was recently preparing a speech to up and coming sales reps, I realized that I had compiled a list of selling tips that I wanted to share today. Here are the best of the best:
#1 Consult, Don’t Regurgitate – better to listen to your prospect and find out what they really need, rather than “barf out” everything you know
#2 Share, Celebrate and Support – be a fantastic teammate!
#3 Manage Time, Plan and Prioritize – not the “sexy” part of selling, but crucial to success
#4 Fly Under The Radar, Don’t Be “On It” – if your boss does not have to follow-up with you about things not getting done, that is a good thing!
#5 The Path of “Most Resistance” Pays Dividends – anyone can do the easy stuff, but tough it out and do the difficult (or less desirable tasks) day in and day out
#6 Customers And Prospects Are Human Beings Too – get to know them on a personal level, make notes and show that you care about them as people too
Keep these close by and refer back to them when you need a gentle reminder of what it takes to succeed in sales!