Confidence for Selling Yourself Binghamton NY
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Confidence for Selling Yourself
No matter what you do for a living—you’re insales. We’re all in sales—all the time. Everythingis a sales pitch. When you give your opinion on aconference call, you’re selling an idea. When younegotiate breakfast options with your kids, you’reselling a product. Heck, whenyou update Twitter you’reselling yourself.
Growing your business is aconstant sales pitch. You haveto seem larger and more experiencedthan you are. You haveto take jobs that will stretchand force your company togrow. You have to stick yourneck out. You have to say “surewe can do that” first and thencheck with the powers that beto make sure that you can.
Selling yourself is the exactsame game. What’s for sale isYOU. If you want someone to takea leap of faith on you, you must actlarger, more passionate and more experiencedthan you feel. And it’s not easy to do. Most of us feelawkward when we put ourselves out there.
You know exactly what I’m talking about. When you stickyour neck out (and they say yes), you’re afraid they will fi ndout that you’re really not all that you claim to be. That anxiousfeeling is the psychological hot button of sales. It’s there andalways will be. And just like that gene that made you lactoseintolerant, it’s not going anywhere. So you have to learn howto deal with it.
"In thiseconomy,what peoplewant mostfrom you isconfidence." It’s easy to lack confidence right now.
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