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Management at Allen Edmonds used to joke that when they saw a hearse go by, they knew they’d lost a customer. That was then. Here’s how the Wisconsin-based shoemaker played up its heritage for a new generation.
It’s easy to lose sight of the things that are important. We can easily be consumed by the things we want and don’t have. Left unchecked, this could lead to a life of unhappiness.
Thanksgiving is upon us and I want to pause and reflect on the things that I am thankful for. I am thankful for my family and friends. They are very supportive of me. I am also thankful for the good fortune that I have in my life. Sure we have our ups and downs but it’s important to remember the good that we have in our lives. Many people have less than we do!
As my blog turns two this year, I want to thank my followers on this blog and social media as a whole for all of the support they have given me. Your support has been invaluable to me. You have enriched my life in so many ways.
Remember to say thank you on Thanksgiving and count your blessings.
Remember what matters.
What are you thankful for?
Sales has taught me many things.
Below is a list of what I learned from selling:
1.To go after what I want in life. Ask for the order if you will.
2. To stand tall in the face of rejection and negativity.
3 To look at rejection as a learning experience instead of a defeat.
4 To persist through obstacles and not to quit!
5 To examine how a business operates.
Every person should try selling products at least once in their lives. It is a valuable learning experience.
I worked in New York City as a Retail Sales Rep during my college recess.
After graduation, I worked as an Outside Sales Rep in the Dental Industry in Manhattan.
Both jobs have taught me so much about myself.
Feel free to share your sales story here!
What did selling teach you?