6 Common Sense Aspects to Sales Success

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February 26, 2013
6 Common Sense Aspects to Sales Success

Tweet There is an old saying in sales that goes something like this: a good close is always an opening. It is an opening for new business, referrals, customer allegiance, and success. But not every salesperson is good at closing a sale. If you have followed the Carnegie principles you know that integrity is...
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The Necessity of Persistence

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February 19, 2013
The Necessity of Persistence

Tweet When we start to learn any new thing, like French, or golf, or public speaking, we never advance steadily. We do not improve gradually. We do it by sudden jerks, by abrupt starts. Then we remain stationary a time, or we may even slip back and lose some of the ground we have...
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Take Time to Relax and Improve Your Productivity

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February 14, 2013
Take Time to Relax and Improve Your Productivity

Tweet Psychiatrists declare that most of our fatigue derives from our mental and emotional attitudes. One of England’s most distinguished psychiatrists in Dale Carnegie’s day, J. A. Hadfield, says in his book The Psychology of Power, “The greater part of the fatigue from which we suffer is of mental origin; in fact exhaustion of...
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Know When Enough is Enough in Public Speaking

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February 5, 2013

Tweet George Horace Lorimer, when editor of the Saturday Evening Post, once told Dale Carnegie that he always stopped...
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How to Become a Top Salesperson in 2013

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January 29, 2013

Tweet Top salespeople that have trained with Dale Carnegie Training all have one thing in common: They have taken...
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6 Strategies to “Declutter” Your Career

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January 22, 2013

Tweet We all have those resolutions. We make them at midnight every New Year’s Eve. And we truly look...
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Tips for Adjusting to Change

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January 16, 2013

Tweet Considering the ever-accelerating rate of change in today’s workplace, there may be no more important skill than the...
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