Break out of the sales slump & overcome work challenges!

by Sep 17, 2019Productivity, Sales

Why people arent returning your emails or calls

Video Highlights:

If you’ve ever caught yourself inside of a sales slump or a number of challenging events that are throwing off your day and you want to throw in the towel, if you’ve ever been in those situations, stick around. 

Today’s topic relates to driving sales to your pipeline – facing rejection. From time to time, we get a lot of no’s, we get into that valley of slow sales slumps, or you might be in a situation where perhaps nobody’s returning your call. People are rescheduling meetings and you’re feeling frustrated by all of that.

I want to give you a couple of things to be thinking about as it relates to pulling you out of that slum to shift the energy. 

One of the ways, the easiest ways to shift the energy, is some peppermint oil. I actually keep this at my desk all the time. Anytime you find yourself in a situation where you’re a little on the sluggish side or you’re feeling a little blue doing something that’s going to require maybe a sensory change, like smelling peppermint oil, will change the state of where you’re at.

The other thing that I want you to consider if you find yourself constantly getting people not returning your calls or they’re rescheduling meetings on you or they’re not necessarily accepting your proposals is to change your communication. Not necessarily your sales message but what you might want to consider is instead of making sales calls or following up on prospects that you’re chasing down, what you could do is contact your existing clients and find out what are their current areas of focus and how can you help them in the moment.

Doing these two things will change your energy, and you never know by having a conversation with a more uplifting and inspiring person what that might do in terms of opening opportunities up for you. Let me know in the comments what you’ve done in the past to overcome a sales slump and other challenges! Are you going to try the peppermint oil or a different essential oil?