Be A Good Closer!

Don’t overthink it – I have a tendency to overthink things. This is not something I ever plan to do & I know that overthinking can sometimes result in indecision. But since I know that this is something I shouldn’t be doing, I am offering this piece of advice to my readers instead. There might be a lot of options, but quantity doesn’t equal quality. So don’t fret too much, trust your gut!

Be specific with your offer – know exactly what it is that you are offering. This will help you target the right customers, get prepared and really hone in on your specialty before presenting your offer. Also, know what it is that you  want to get out of the deal so that when you walk away, you walk away satisfied.

Don’t get distracted by the competition – whether it’s at work or in your personal life there will probably always be someone who is vying to get what you got. Don’t let that get you down & fall off track. Focus on you & what you can do to improve your situation without giving credence to what others may be doing. And don’t worry, your competition certainly isn’t allowing themselves to get distracted by you!

Get others on board – there’s nothing like having a fan club to help get motivated. Whether it’s your family or a group of friends, having someone to support you while you work to accomplish your dreams not only makes it easier but also more meaningful.

Finish what you start – anyone can start a task, but it takes dedication to see it through. So whether it’s big or small, work hard until you get the job done! Not only will it make you feel good, it’ll propel you to start (and finish!) other things.

 

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