Weekly Recap, May 31, 2015


  • Monday: Read  Yes, And: How Improvisation Reverses “No, But” Thinking and Improves Creativity and Collaboration , by Kelly Leonard and Tom Yortonand learn how the fundamentals of improv comedy can benefit you and your business. 

  • TuesdayWhen planning your strategy for closing the complex sale, ask yourself these three questions to gain the insights you need to soft-circle approval of all players involved.

  • Wednesday: Learn why relationships are not the key to successful selling. 

  • Thursday: Make an ongoing list of questions and add to it anytime you think of something you can’t answer right away. Re-read it frequently and your subconscious mind will help you answer them.

  • Friday: Learn why you should focus on being a motivator, not an educator, when communicating with your prospects and customers.

  • Saturday: Read this article from the Inc blog and discover ten strategies for coping with stress.

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