Sales Leadership: Climbing Mount Everest

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Sales Leadership: Climbing Mount Everest. Climbing Mount Everest takes skills, plans, a strong team and luck. Leadership Management Sales Leadership Training Sales Management TrainingBut it’s how people work together that matters the most-just as it does in business. While I was in Hong Kong leading a 2 day sales leadership workshop, I picked up a Chinese newspaper and in the business section there was a large article on this topic.

5 Selling Lessons From the Saddle

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I was with another 700 people, ready to cover 980 miles, a lot of hills (like cycling up Everest twice), and camping every night for 9 days. I’ll be honest here, I didn’t do enough of the right training to make this challenge easier.

Want Transformational Sales Growth? Become A Sales Athlete, with Dan Waldschmidt, Episode #101

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Outside the sales world he’s an endurance athlete – only the 10th person to complete the Run Everest Challenge. Train To Win. Very few salespeople are shooting for the top, training themselves in every area of life (body, mindset, knowledge) to be the very best at what they do.

Changing the Status Quo: Make a Continuous Resolution that lasts.

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Task Management: The Ultimate Guide

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Try to do that for hours on end, and your boredom will reach Mount Everest heights. Maybe last time your manager asked you to train a new hire, it took half a day -- so this time around, when you’re training three salespeople, you set aside an entire day.

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I felt a little like Sir Edmund Hilary when he was about to become the first man to conquer Mount Everest: Lots of people could describe the mountain right up to a level below the summit, but none of them were able to offer any advice about succeeding on that final stage.