Hey, everybody, this is the fast tip Friday for New Year's week. I really want to throw something out to all of you. I'm going to put myself at risk as I do it.
"Bulldog" was his nickname and he was proud of it. Guido spent years proving that no one could escape him once he made you a prospect.
Good Monday morning. This is Sarah Waple, General Manager of Growth Dynamics and I am here with a another special Monday morning Manager. instead of the normal routine, we have a special mid year checkup review, wake up call whatever you need it to be from Charlie. So without further ado, here we go.
Charlie had been working with a long-time client and just can’t believe why some meetings could really get under his skin. Charlie left angry with this client’s attitude towards him, the ability to waste time like it was nothing and at times complete disrespect for Charlie and his process. Yet, this client was important to Charlie’s success each year and he was unable to fire them. He opened his stamp book and added a nice bright red anger stamp on this client’s page after the last meeting he had.
This recent testimonial comes from one of our newer students Gianna. Gianna is a recent college graduate and was hired for her first sales role before her college commencement even took place.
When an injury causes trouble with typing, your vlog.
Mark is looking at his schedule and realizing the July 4th holiday is just days away. Oh, Oh! Is the quarter really almost over? And the year is half over too. The sales reports are bound to follow, and he is determined not to let his performance slip away. Mark has decided it's time to review and get his game plan back on track.
Julie felt conflicted as she listened to the other members of the sales team talk about how they were going to spend the big commissions everyone was earning this quarter. The sales managers created a program that paid bonus dollars to everyone’s comp plan if they sold the base products and three or more add-ons to at least 50% of their customers for this quarter. The payoffs added potentially 50% to the average commission for anyone that made the extra effort. Julie was not troubled by the amount of money on the table, but she was troubled by the way a few of the top producers were willing to take advantage of some of their customers to qualify for the extra pay. It seemed to Julie that these people were crossing the line, and to her that was greedy and perhaps unethical. Of course, she wanted the extra money, but Julie felt like life was good and that the incentive was nice, but not all that motivating.
I was looking for some inspiration to be able to sit down and write a new blog post. We haven't posted as many as we normally do as Growth Dynamics has been very, very busy. It's a great busy. A busy that we can feel building some momentum and we are excited to see where this momentum take us this year. Is the same happening for you?