Some history claims that the first happy hour was held in a local pub in Ireland. Others attribute that this before dinner reduced price drinks event started in the 1920’s as the Navy’s slang for its on-ship entertainment. Regardless what is true, introverts and extroverts would design a Happy Hour quite differently. How Can Introvert Salespeople Actually Find Happy Hour … [Read more...] about How Can Introvert Salespeople Actually Find Happy Hour Bliss?
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While autos can go a day or sometimes more for a fill up, introverts who sell will discover accelerated sales results with a daily routine centered on three areas: release techniques, comfortable marketing activities and targeting those activities to identified prospects. Sales Training – Daily Recovery Important for Introverts Originally published on: Oct 15, 2008 … [Read more...] about Sales Training – Daily Recovery Important for Introverts
In 1949 the Kentucky Derby Champion was Ponder. Most people know that introverts are regularly inside their head. But notice, this race horse, with a somewhat introvert trait as a name, won the race. How could this win help introverts with lessons that make this the year that more introverts find themselves winning their race? … [Read more...] about Introvert Lessons from Kentucky Derby Champion Ponder
Where are you being like an extrovert that you can and will let go of in 2010? Let's agree to stop trying to be an extrovert; it's just another preference after all. We can tap into our introvert preference for solitude and our skill strengths and make 2010 a stellar year in whatever area we want, and that will help many others in the process. It’s time to stop wishing and … [Read more...] about 2010: Introverts Our Time Has Come to Claim It!
In a recent article, "5 Networking Tips for People Who Can't Network," the author stated that the most likely reason that people don't network effectively is because they think of themselves as introverts or shy. How ludicrous. Besides, that's not what my findings are in an ongoing online survey! … [Read more...] about Introverts Can Do Better in Networking With This One Thing
The Law of Compensation states, “Your income is determined by how many people you serve and how well you serve them.” As business people, how do we know when we have served people well? Writing about all Go-Giver laws from The Go-Giver by Bob Burg and John David Mann, has been driving the lessons home for me. … [Read more...] about The Law of Compensation: Go-Giver Metrics to Encourage Introverts