Let The Action Be the Reward

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Let The Action Be the RewardTime Management Tips

by Keith Rosen on October 2, 2006 with 0 comment

As satisfying as it feels to successfully cross finish lines throughout our life, it’s actually counterproductive to give them too much attention. It’s important to focus on the action rather than the result. My client called me, sounding all stressed out. She said she keeps a to-do list but as you can imagine, there are still …

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Plan for the Worst; ReallyAll About Selling, Life Coaching and Career Coaching, Time Management Tips

by Keith Rosen on September 15, 2006 with 0 comment

What if we all actually created a realistic routine so it reflects a healthier and respectful relationship with time that you have developed as a result of underpromising on personal and professional deadlines? You mean, be honest with how much time we all acutally have in a day?  The point is to become hypersensitive to how you …

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True Leaders are Fully Accountable for Their Communication

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True Leaders are Fully Accountable for Their CommunicationInsights in Business

by Keith Rosen on September 2, 2006 with 0 comment

More than 65% of all problems or breakdowns that exist among people and within businesses occur as a result of faulty communication. Learn how to strengthen your communications skills. Most of us were never taught how to communicate in a way that produces consistent results, so we continue to experience frustration, resistance, conflicts, or breakdowns. …

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Fire Them or Keep Them Around?

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Fire Them or Keep Them Around?How to Manage Your Team

by Keith Rosen on September 2, 2006 with 0 comment

When does it make sense to let someone go or invest the time in developing and retaining that person? Here’s help to determine whether or not to let someone go. Quite often managers are either thinking, “What’s best for that person? or “What’s best for me?” Unfortunately, both of these questions cloud your view of …

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Five Principles to Crafting Better Coaching Questions

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Five Principles to Crafting Better Coaching QuestionsBusiness Coaching

by Keith Rosen on August 18, 2006 with 0 comment

When asking questions, the importance of how those questions are positioned is essential. Be mindful of these 5 elements to start asking better questions today. Be sure that your questions succeed in achieving the following objectives. 1. Be direct and candid with your questioning and communication. Do not be vague or tiptoe around the subject or …

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Stop Pre-Judging and Start Pre-Qualifying Your ProspectsAll About Selling, Books by Keith Rosen, Business Coaching, Clients are fun. Case Studies in Sales and Leaders..., Cold Calling Tips, Executive Coaching, Experiences in Marketing, How To Close The Sale, How to Manage Your Team, How To Sell and Sales Tips, Insights in Business, Leadership Academy, Life Coaching and Career Coaching, Live Responsibly: Life Tips, Great Living, Prospecting, Cold Calling and Networking, Sales Coaching, Sales Management, Time Management Tips

by Keith Rosen on August 18, 2006 with 0 comment

Excerpt from The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Closing the Sale by Keith Rosen. Reprinted with permission by Alpha Books, a member of Penguin Group (USA) Inc. Release Date, January, 2007. Visit www.guidetoclosingthesale.com.  To permanently eliminate any confusion, lets draw a distinction between what it means to pre-qualify and pre-judge someone such as a prospect. If …

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People Do What Makes Them Comfortable

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People Do What Makes Them ComfortableInsights in Business

by Keith Rosen on August 11, 2006 with 0 comment

When it comes to making a purchase, people do what makes them comfortable, rather than what makes the salesperson comfortable. It’s necessary to know that simply because prospects are doing what makes them feel comfortable, doesn’t mean they are comfortable with the solution or even want to spend the money and make the purchase. Just …

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