Sales Brief: Eliminate your limits

Sales Brief: Eliminate your limits

Several months ago, my team asked me: What keeps you up at night?

My answer: Are we taking the best care of our employees?

Any problem the company faces will be solved by our people – and if we care for and retain the best, there’s nothing we can’t face. This concept plays into my article this week about the one character trait I look for in every sales rep I hire: The capacity to endure difficult situations.

Go get’em!
Steli

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