Welcome to this week’s edition of Front Line Friday with my regular guest, Bridget Gleason. I recently attended an inspired concert at the Meadowlands by The Boss himself, Bruce Springsteen. What a show. He engaged the audience in a performance that lasted nearly four hours and not once did he take a break. At age 67. The energy, commitment and enthusiasm that Bruce brought to the stage was remarkable.
What struck me the most was that after a legendary career that has spanned more than 40 years Bruce sang every song like he had something to prove; as if it were his first, and last, chance to impress us.
It set me thinking about our profession of sales. Why do we struggle to bring our best selves, our “A” game, to each and every sales interaction we have with prospects and customers?
Join Bridget and me for this episode of Accelerate! as we discuss how developing good sales habits, practicing consistently, and prepping for each sales call like it’s your first – and executing each and every sales call like it’s your last – helps build your skills and elevates your productivity. And, in the process, creates your own legacy of excellence.