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What’s In Your Closet?


Posted By on Jun 20, 2017

The secret to an organized closet is to never bring in anything new unless you first get rid of something old. by Laura Posey I recently sent out a survey to my colleagues, asking them to evaluate my personal brand. I wanted to know what they thought of me and what words they would use to describe me. One of the words that came up over and over was “organized”. Another phrase that showed up often was “on top of things.” I can tell you...

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Instead of wasting your time trying to hammer the wrong people into meeting with you, why not just call enough people and find the ones who are interested now. by Laura Posey My mom is the best cold caller I know. She’s retired now but she was so good at cold calling she lost her job. That’s because she sold the entire inventory her company had available. (It was cemetery plots that time.) Seriously, she has sold everything from...

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You review what you learned, what you accomplished and what you are grateful for in your life. As you walk out the door to meet your family for dinner, you feel strong and in control. by Laura Posey Tell me if this sounds familiar to you… You have big goals. Not just pay off the mortgage and put your kids through college goals – no, yours are way bigger. You’ve got million-dollar and more goals. You are going to be a huge success. You...

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First, You Need a Blueprint


Posted By on Mar 23, 2016

If you were going to build a dream house, you would use a blueprint, right? With a good plan, even workers who don’t share a common language can create a masterpiece. by: Laura Posey Imagine you decide to build your dream house. You think about how wonderful it is going to be living in your beautiful new home. You imagine how luxurious it is going to feel to have all that space and luxury. You think about how envious your friends will...

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A quick evaluation of your commitment to your product and customers will help you refocus your energy away from earning a living and toward helping others improve their lives in some way. As soon as you do that, you’ll find your sales and income soaring. by: Laura Posey Three weeks ago, I was conducting a sales training program for a client who sells kitchen cabinet accessories via in-home appointments. What makes the company so...

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