Sell with Purpose & Passion

Purpose & PassionAlways sell with Purpose & Passion

The dictionary defines Purpose as:

1.the reason for which something exists or is done, made, used, etc.

2.an intended or desired result; end; aim; goal

 

What is your purpose for sales?

Is it just a way to earn a living? Do you truly believe in what you sell?

Or is something bigger, is it your contribution to others?

 

There is a lot of talk about not being” Salsey” while I agree there is nothing worse than a sleazy salesperson. What about the profession of sales. I personally am very proud I chose sales as my career. I am not ashamed for wearing the title of being a “Salesperson” if I had to do it all over again, I would. I am honored to have natural sales abilities and I am excited to share my energy and passion with the world.

 

When I am coaching I talk a lot about selling with purpose and passion.

When I am working with a client I feel excitement and a fire ignite inside me.

Sales is a great way to contribute to my family but it lights me up with energy.

 

One of the key attributes of a top sales performer is that they always demonstrate a passion for the sales profession.  While you need to understand the core sales process and the fundamentals of sales, your attitude towards your work will ultimately decide your success.  You must truly believe in what you are selling and be dedicated to helping your customer solve a problem. Authenticity, enthusiasm and strong work ethic are all key ingredients to becoming a top sales performer.

I am so excited to be working with an organization that makes a wonderful contribution to the world through helping those living in extreme poverty…. More on that to come… stay tuned.

Consider what is your purpose for sales and do you feel passion about it…. if not do you need to reassess or do you need to find purpose & passion in your work?

 

2 thoughts on “Sell with Purpose & Passion

  1. Laura Burns says:

    I love how your post shifted my beliefs in what I aim to do. In the service professions it is difficult to ask for payment. Yet with purpose I am able to show my value in service to my clients. With purpose I am showing up with integrity to do the work I feel empowered to do. And sales need not be anything more than filled with purpose.

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    • rosiemcneil says:

      Hi Laura this is awesome !!! I have always felt proud of my career choice. Asking for the sale is a natural question when you have done a great job in the sales process.
      You should not feel ashamed for pursuing your purpose when it comes from an authentic place.
      Good luck in your business and stand tall
      Sharon-Rose

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