4 Business Tips to Stay Sane & Sales Savvy
4 Simple Tips to Stay Sane, Sales Savvy, and Achieve the Website Business You Want
One straightforward concept most of us take for granted is that in order to become wealthy, it’s important to gain a financially valuable skill.
Sounds simple enough. Until you start to read what people are writing on their websites. I don’t know about you, but sometimes I can’t understand what they are really trying to tell us!
One of the best skills to master, in my experience, is the art of salesletter writing in conversation to your salesletter target market.
To be successful in salesletter writing, you must have an attitude that supports you through the ups and downs of the sales cycle.
For instance, the “recession” is getting a lot of people into a panic.
I say “let’s get over it!” It’s attitude that will stall you or get you going!
There’s no way I wish to dive into panic like many seem to be doing today – and with that, truly nothing has changed for me except hearing media hype about the markets out there.
Sure, my investments have changed. But they always fluctuate up and down.
Does that mean I lose sight of my goals and objectives in business? No. It means I need to stay even more focused on lining up my attitude and energy so I can handle these things better.
For a Successful Website: Attitude Tip #1:
You must be able to cope with rejection, move quickly to take advantage of opportunities, and all the while impress your customers with your enthusiasm and energy.
For a Successful Website: Attitude Tip #2:
Read inspirational material, use positive affirmations and stop reading the crap in the newspapers. Staying sane is all about handling one thing at a time in front of you in the present moment -now.
For a Successful Website: Attitude Tip #3:
Do whatever you need to constantly improve your performance and knowledge. That’s right, not only improve your personal attitude, improve your writing attitude and general business skills along with it. Think BIG (even when you’re dealing with the small-minded) and truly commit to being of service to others.
For a Successful Website: Attitude Tip #4:
Ask yourself: “How can I survive this?”
The interesting part is that when you ask yourself questions, you act on what comes to mind. You ask for divine guidance and help. It’s true. Faith in a Higher Power was ranked as the #1 key to survival by those who study this subject.
Now ask yourself these, outloud:
– Am I willing to leave my comfort zone – often?
– Am I a consummate professional (and act like one)?
– Do I accept change willingly as a part of business and life?
Now breathe deeply and stay quiet or go for a walk.
Listen to the answers and come to you. When you feel refreshed, then go tackle the next project at hand.
Go – build – and keep your eye on your original purpose – a web site that targets your ideal prospect will find you. Make sure you give them what they want.
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