A re you an amateur, or are you a professional ? You know what the difference between average people and high performance people? I think it's important to us to talk about this topic. Personally I think one of the best decisions I ever made in my life is taking the decision to be as professional and efficient in what I do. It is not just making the decision, the difference between people Amateur and Professional is the degree of commitment they have with yourself. That is I am really committed and focused to be the best and that takes sacrifice and hours of training on many topics liking or not can be. For example it is very common to hear that people do not like to sell an average people do not like to have a job and earn sales commission. The funny thing is that all life, every day or we are selling are selling.
Grant Cardone has a very good book in English called Sell or Be Sold where explains this. As for the man who tries to seduce a woman has to make every effort to sell their image and get the commission is love. The person who is looking for an investor or a loan with a banker either to his person or business has to be sold in the best way to achieve its objective, investment or loan. It has to do with being average or high performance? Quite ! An average person simply not like sales, do not read and do not go to sales seminars being the ability to sell is needed to succeed in business.
I do not know any business that works without sales. How committed these with your business to read or participate in seminars that topic that you probably will not like but could help your business? I hope you understand what I mean, there are no shortcuts, no shortcuts. The average person looking for shortcuts, the easy way. The person of high performance, professional person enjoys the challenge and excite us obstacles.
The difference between an amateur and a professional is the degree of level you commit. How committed these with your idea or business, you are willing to quit bad habits or friends for that idea.? You are able to read and take courses as you can to be an expert in your area? An amateur is not committed 100%, a professional YES!
Here I leave out the book Sell or Be Sold Grant Cardone:
A true Entrepreneur or Professional must believe both yourself and your product or service you sell, so that has to be separated from the masses of its field.
For example, each year 20,000 graduate lawyers (so to speak …) but only 1,000 lawyers manage to have a good lifestyle, great income that provide good education, clothing and home to their families. The rest usually average lawyers. Like it happens with doctors, engineers, etc …
You have to be 100% committed yourself, your missions and objectives to get the attention of your prospective clients.
Believe me, you want to be so different, yet so ready market in your area or that others will come to you.
REMEMBER -> ATTENTION = SALES