I believe that you should be able to make a living doing something that you really love. What that tends to mean in real life is that you’ll probably have your own business – or wish that you did. If you have your own business, you’ll be selling and this, my friend, is where I come in. I’ve been working for the last 25 years (with a few off to have babies) and almost every job I’ve had has involved selling. I now teach people how to sell things and I have managed to bring out the sales person in the shyest and most reluctant.
I’ve had a couple of careers. That used to be a bad thing to say, in the days of ‘jobs for life’. These days however, I think that it is an important indicator of ability and flexibility.
I have been a teacher/trainer and in educational management for over a decade, which gives me a good solid background in dealing with all kinds of people, from all over the world.
Who I Work With:
I work with small and home-based businesses to help them overcome their personal concerns about selling and grow their businesses.
Let me be frank. If you don’t have customers, you don’t have a business, it’s as simple as that. I understand the mental barriers to selling that exist, from the plain and simple ‘I hate selling’ to the more complex ‘I was confident selling for someone else, but now I’m selling for myself, I feel overwhelmed and fearful’ and everything inbetween.
Taking action is the key to success and as a sales coach, I encourage, inspire and coax my clients into becoming good, confident sales people – whatever their background.