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Today is my day for a miracle.
I will keep looking up and forward.
The Sun rose without me and I will enjoy it’s ability to bring light into my life today.
I am blessed and highly favored by a great God.
I focus on what I’m grateful for today.
I am positive force in every room I enter.
I am moving forward, and fulfilling my vision.
I declare this shall be a day of awesome opportunities that will outweigh any and every obstacle that may try to hinder my path.
I am walking in extreme favor.
I am the child of a Most High God!! Continue reading
But, in general, the response to rudeness should be kindness and keep your distance emotionally. Don’t get involved in what is going on in THEIR HEAD!
You don’t have to be great at this to start, but you have to start to be great. Continue reading
Focusing on problems as process points is like teaching someone to drive. Accessing the relative age and neuroplasticity of your Client will present you with the ability to focus on your Client as a unique individual. Your Client is someone has a previous experience and who wants a safe and happy trip toward the enjoyment of their product or service. Clients will shut down and walk away from strong beneficial opportunities is they personally feel treated unfairly. Continue reading
Your brain is like a fingerprint, unique to you and storing these into your unconscious mind. The unconscious mind is where 99.9 percent of your mind activity is with its root level shared with your emotions and perceptions. What you say and do comes from your conscious mind, a component of your psyche that is impacted by everything in your unconscious mind. Continue reading
This is where, as a Salespractitioner or business owner you stop, reflect and bring calmness to the situation. It helps to be writing the Clients concerns. Why? Writing can have similar effects on the brain as meditation. Your breathing slows down and you get into a “zone” where words flow freely from your head. Continue reading
Before any serious selling- or even beginning the presentation can commence- a sales person may engage in many questions designed to elicit information from the Client to appropriately discover what purchasing options would please the Client, The Practitioner could also discover needs the Client has that could be accommodated in the interest of closing the deal. Although this can be done in a casual way, this questioning can accomplish a lot of preventive maintenance before the selling might begin. Continue reading
…it applies not only to your relationship to the people and world around you, but also to God. Even though it is commonly said, I wonder sometimes how many people take it seriously and vigorously apply it to their lives. This little five word phrase may be the secret key that the proverbial Aladdin may have used in negotiating with his lamp is none other than-
IT NEVER HURTS TO ASK Continue reading
No matter how much neurophysiology can guide us- and I do believe it can be of great value, our sense of ourselves and our decision-making ways is tied to our spirits, which is a connection that has survived before and will survive after the many accounts and theories of man’s connection to his brain. That connection links us directly to narratives within ourselves that are wholly good, wise and nurturing and, when properly discerned, are worthy of our obedience and service….Here is a frame of reference that works every time; Do unto others as you would have them do unto you knowing you will live long and prosper here on earth.
Today look at what you have the ability to control. Focus on your personal goals and action plan. Look you best. Be your best. And expect the best. Continue reading
…examine how and why a sensitivity to the hearing and saying of the word, ‘No” can have a tremendous impact on the sales process. …Although shortly we are going to get more deeply into cognitive science and the narratives, which often control us unconsciously, I just want to point out that the source of real wisdom is the deep connection within ourselves which ties our own sense of ourselves to Higher Power. Continue reading
None of these narratives are necessarily thought out consciously by the consumer and hence they are instinctive and not reflective. However, if someone knew about their symptoms and vulnerabilities and the dangers of the drugs and, after analysis, said ‘yes’ or ‘no,’ it could be reflective. www.SandraLaFlamme.com Continue reading