Monday, June 3, 2013

What Does Tony Robbins Have To Say About Sales?

So we're sure you've heard of Tony Robbins, the motivation speaker, life success coach and self-help author who's dedicated his life to help people achieve their dreams. He's written Unlimited Power, The New Science of Personal Achievement and Awaken the Giant Within. His work has been featured in Time, Newsweek, Fortune, Forbes and Business Week. As one of the Top 50 Business Intellectuals of the World, he shared some of his sales insights on Salesforce.com's blog. Your Miami Salesforce consulting company is here to share his advice.

Knowing your purpose
Skyplanner Partners learned Tony Robbins views on everyday sales is to have a sense of meaning. According to the motivational speaker, walking into the office and checking your email is not enough. When you're at work, you have to know what you're going to get done before you dive in. Know your purpose, make an impact on your day. That's how you're Miami Salesforce consulting company starts their day. Our project manager knows the status of every single job and delegates to all of our developers.

Give positive meaning to all you do
Whether you've won the sale or lost, make sure you spin the experience in a positive way. Your response is very important, it helps keep you in the game and ready to tackle the next big thing.

Understand there are always consequences
Your Miami Salesforce consulting company agrees with Tony Robbins: No interaction with a sales representative is neutral. It's either good or bad. So always know your strengths and weaknesses and use them to the best of your knowledge.


Know what moves you
Ask yourself what drives you? What empowers you? Is it your fears? Competitors? At SkyPlanner Partners for example, it's cracking that problem for our clients. We're driven by finding solutions to make our clients' lives easier and have their companies operate more efficiently.

Always expect the unexpected
Something crazy always happens in sales. Get used to it! When a new situation arises, deal with it and learn from it because it will happen again.

Here's to happier clients and higher sales numbers!