What’s your value ?

Inevitably customers will bargain and negotiate for a better price. It is human nature.

So, as a salesperson – what is your worth ?
What is your value ?
Where do you draw the line in giving better prices ?

In your quest to deliver great product and services,  your SELF-WORTH is important too. 

Should you have a feeling of desperation or being pushed into a corner by a customer, perhaps you have wrongly positioned your product or even perhaps chosen a wrong customer who does not appreciate your product/services.

They say that “Customer is King”.   

But remember …… a good KING is compassionate, understands his subjects and will not make his people suffer. 

Hence, are you then serving and being loyal to the right KING ?  Find a KING who appreciates you, values you and not taking you for granted.

New-ME

As we forge ahead into the new normal era, we will need to redefine our niche and strengths again.

We will need to adapt, change and re-change many times to achieve a balance on what our new routines should be like.

Our past strengths could be our new weaknesses today. Be prepared to leave some of our “old me” behind. 
Create a NEW-ME …..a one that is stronger and compassionate as well as living a life of mutual respect and empathy.

You know them …

Are yo truly ENGAGED in what you are doing whole heartedly ? Are you leading your life with a strong purpose and conviction to be better, to add value, to share joy, to give ?

Or are you bored and passing your days aimlessly ? Surrendering to circumstances? Doing the same as you did years ago ? Creating excuses to camouflage your insecurities and fear of change ? Conjuring distractions to cover up yr failures.
Who are you ? Which are you ?Search deep inside your soul.

Be YOU

Nobody gets along with everybody, unless of course you are being an apple-polisher or being a hypocrite.
If you are liked by everyone, then perhaps you are just trying to please everyone and pretending to be not who you are.
Hence, what is important would be
  1. your immediate superior supports and understand you
  2. your key peers (not all) trust and work well with you
  3. your direct subordinates respect and believe in you
Others are then of secondary importance. There will always be challenges in interacting with different people, as they themselves will have challenges understanding you.
Hence, be AUTHENTIC, be firm, stay on course with your principles. Care for people who genuinely appreciates you and be careful of those wearing a mask.
Be YOU !!! Let others see the real YOU.
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