business coaching · competition · goal-setting · mindset · sales · time management

Defense Wins Championships, But Offense Wins Business

If you’re like anyone else in business, you face some competition.  If you aren’t ready for it you might want to consider getting out of the ring.  That being said, it’s important to stop focusing on what competition is doing and run your race. Play more offense instead of defense. This is kinda funny, but… Continue reading Defense Wins Championships, But Offense Wins Business

business coaching · goal-setting · mindset · networking · sales

Why Rent Your Success When You Can Own?

When I was 18-24 years old, I sold books.  An incredible experience I wouldn't change for the world.  There were many things we all learned in that business bootcamp. That a positive mental attitude can make or break you.  Things like, "your schedule is your lifeline."  And one mantra that was taught to us is… Continue reading Why Rent Your Success When You Can Own?

insurance · mindset · networking · sales · self-love

My Shit Stinks and It Isn’t Together

I have to address the fact that my husband will be thoroughly annoyed with this title, but it's not wrong.  It's not the most professional, either. But accurate. I've built a reputation of having my shit together.  I mean, my whole job is helping people get clear on what they want, figure out what tools… Continue reading My Shit Stinks and It Isn’t Together

business coaching · goal-setting · insurance · mindset · mortgage · sales

Girl, Stop Grinding

This blog post is going to be published on a Monday morning.  The morning of the grind. When I was new in sales, I embraced the term.  I was bad at everything, cried often, but wasn't a quitter.  I bought into the mantra, "Do now what others won't so you can do later what others… Continue reading Girl, Stop Grinding

business coaching · insurance · mortgage · sales

Making sure every Interaction isn’t a Transaction

For those of us in the repeat sales business, making our customers feel special is critical.  It's why they probably bought from you in the first place.  You took the time to listen to their concerns and needs.  You then found a solution to fill that need, and they understood you could help them.  They… Continue reading Making sure every Interaction isn’t a Transaction