Secret to Making Yourself Better

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I have written about using benchmarking as a service to get your foot in the door with new prospects. In the context of energy management through benchmarking, I always tell people “You can’t manage what you don’t measure.” This concept extends beyond the realm of benchmarking and can be applied to our own personal and professional growth.

 

By reflecting on our experiences (which are often intangible by nature), we can rate ourselves based on how effective or successful we think we were. This simple act of assigning a numerical rating to our experiences opens up the door for self-reflection and encourages us to brainstorm ways in which we could have done better. The next time we are in a similar situation, we can use that information to inform our actions. For more on this topic, check out the following article published in Inc.

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By info@SellingEnergy.com (Mark Jewell, President of Selling Energy | www.SellingEnergy.com) | | habits, productivity, sales professionalism, sales tips |
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