3 Simple Tips To Improve Sales Relationships Now

Sales relationships are a lot like the relationships we have in our every day lives.  The people we interact with in our personal lives want respect, attention, kindness, and friendship.  The same goes for sales relationships.  Read on to discover the three simple tips that make the difference between a good salesman and a superstar.




The Law of Attraction and Victim-Blaming

In this article, we will be operating under two premises:

  1. Every person is constantly creating their own reality.
  2. Reality is created through the manifestation of each person’s thoughts, conscious or unconscious.  


Recently, I’ve heard opinions circulating about the LOA that bring up an interesting question: since we “draw” into reality what we focus on the most, are people in bad situations essentially at fault for their own misfortune?  More than once I have seen this discredited as “spiritually shallow” and, worse, “victim blaming”.  For a lot of people, this is a touchy subject.  Are LOA advocates saying that all suffering, no matter how horrific, was personally manifested by each victim?


3 really important pieces of information that most people don’t know.

Inspiring and motivating

Pam Grout

“If you could observe the physiological changes that take place in your body when you’re in negative states, you would stop immediately.”–Eckhart Tolle

I didn’t learn these three key facts in school. Nor from my parents. Nor from my culture. If I had, I could have saved myself an s-load of trouble.

1. If you want to change something in your life, your thoughts and consciousness are a far better tool than physical effort.

2. Life (or the Divine Buzz that animates everything) is always on your team, re-creating your thoughts and consciousness out here in physical form, making it easier for you to see.

3. We’re here on the physical plane to play around with this animating energy, to have fun, to experience joy.

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the soon-to-be-released sequel,

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The Secret by Rhonda Byrne

This modern-day classic takes the Law of Attraction to new levels in an updated, easy to process format.  Byrne shows you step-by-step methods for using the Law of Attraction in your every day life to achieve your wildest dreams and goals.  


Read the free pdf here: https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxibG9nZnVsbGZyZWVzdHVmZnxneDoyNjQ1MjNiMTQ4ZGQwMzhj&pli=1


The 4 Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss

How many of us spend the majority of our time working to pay for a life we don’t truly get to live? The 4 Hour Work Week describes the specific steps taken by the author to achieve his dream of investing less time in return for a greater profit. He did this by streamlining his business and being extremely specific and clear with himself on the nature of his objectives.

Ferris is lucid and well-spoken. This is a wonderful guide for anyone looking to change their business and have more time to focus on the things they actually care about.


Read the free ebook here: http://www.meniskaskaimas.lt/static/uploads/file/The_4_Hour_Workweek.pdf

My Life and Work by Henry Ford

“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t: you’re right.”

– Henry Ford

This is a great book for anyone looking to understand how starting, running and maintaining a successful business really works.  Henry Ford was one of the most original and successful entrepreneurs of his time.  Inventor of the assembly line, which revolutionized production, his autobiography is a must-read for anyone interested in business.


Read the free ebook here: http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/7213/pg7213.html

The Art of Public Speaking by Dale Carnegie

Carnegie believed that a man’s ideas were only as powerful as his ability to communicate them.  In today’s fast-paced society, this holds as true as ever – we need to have the tools to express our ideas as clearly as possible.  In this book, Carnegie teaches techniques to overcome anxiety and have confidence in one’s own ideas to reach as wide an audience as possible.  


Read the free ebook here: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/16317/16317-h/16317-h.htm

Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Another influential book on the power of one’s own mind to create the level of success (or failure) we consistently experience.  A perpetual bestseller even today, over 70 years after it was originally published, this book remains a staple for those relying only on themselves to better their situation.  


Read the free ebook here: http://ebooksoneverything.com/wealth/ThinkandGrowRich.pdf