Sales Lessons For A Successful Life (Part 2)

My last article on sales was a hit. I know I have already learned many other valuable lessons.  Today I am delighted to be able to share some more insights into the world of sales. You can use these concepts to further your personal and professional development.


In sales, no two days are the same. Some days will feel perfect as if nothing can go wrong. You could be closing deals left, right, and center. You could be having no trouble finding great new prospects. The next day could be an absolute disaster where you wonder why you chose to do this as a job or career in the first place. Some days you deal with very easy people, other days you deal with people who are straight up rude, ignorant and hard to deal with. Every situation and every person are different. Although some objections and personal or company situations are similar, every situation is different!

Although this might sound nerve-wracking and terrible to some, I love it. Who wants to do the same thing every day and be stuck in the same old boring routine? I love to stay stimulated and engaged by always being ready for new people and different situations. It keeps me feeling fresh, enthusiastic and engaged. I never hate waking up for work in the morning because I know every day is bound to be different than the last and I will be facing new challenges and situations.


Are you stuck in an old boring routine? Are days passing you by quickly with nothing to look forward to? Are weeks blending into the same thing and time is passing you by with no significant things to remember? I am sorry if this is you because that sounds horrible. Some of you may need a reality check. If this is your current situation why are you doing this to yourself? You control your future and your destiny. You aren’t “stuck” you weren’t “played these cards”. Stop feeling sorry for yourself and making excuses. Get off your ass and change your life for the better. I promise you, you will not regret it!

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Sales Lessons For A Successful Life

I have always heard many of the most successful entrepreneurs and businesspeople speak about how sales are the most important skill you can develop if you want to be successful. In my brief stint in a sales position, I have already learned  many valuable sales lessons that carry over to other areas of life.

Many people have negative stereotypical images of greasy car salesman or other negative connotations with the position . Many people try to avoid this role at all costs instead of embracing it for what it really is.

No matter what you do in life selling will always be key. You will always be involved in some sort of situations that involve persuasion, negotiation, convincing others and ultimately selling. Whether it is convincing co-workers of an idea, getting a promotion, convincing someone to go on a date with you. No matter the situation these skills are involved and carry over into all aspects of your life!

These are some valuable things I have learned in sales so far that have greatly helped in my personal development and have helped to groom me for future entrepreneurial ventures. I want to share these with you so you can see how these valuable lessons carry over to other areas of life

Failure/Rejection and the fear of these things

If you are scared to fail, you will miss out on many great opportunities to prospect new clients, build rapport and eventually close deals. If you are too scared to approach people in the first place, you never know what kind of things you could potentially be missing out on. For example, there was an account I wanted to follow up on that my associate had previously worked on.


He said that the decision maker liked the service but he had trouble closing the deal. I didn’t want to ruin my chance of potentially closing this account so I avoided it for awhile. After studying and preparing myself for awhile I eventually showed up and after first being rejected, I ended up making the sale. I could have avoided that all summer and never have made that transaction

How it applies everywhere

If you are scared to take the plunge and break outside of your comfort zone or fully commit to something, you will never be great at anything. I know that sounds harsh but the people who create the greatest success never achieve that by playing it safe. They take calculated risks and they trust their gut instincts and believe in themselves. If you want to achieve something, you need to approach the situations thinking of a successful end result. If you only think about the failure then failure is what you are bound to achieve.

If you don’t fear the failure, you will live a much more fulfilling life. Creating many more great memories, experiences, friendships and enhance all areas of your life in general. If you believe in yourself from the beginning, you will eventually achieve your goals. If you fear failure from the start, you will never get off the ground.

A very powerful question to ask yourself is “what would I be doing with my life if I knew I couldn’t fail?” This is probably a good start and passion is key. Don’t fear failure or rejection and always be ready to jump on opportunities.

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