A customer who “buys” into your sincerity and enthusiasm would ultimately buy your product.
Difficult times are never to be dealt with fear and self-pity. What else can give us a unique perspective on life and illustrate the importance of faith and persistence?
The highest act of caring is to pay attention.
Communication is always a dialogue, never a monologue. But, few people seem to suffer from the salesman’s syndrome- constipation of the ears and diarrhea of the mouth!
The true measure of any organization is not its balance sheet or the appreciation of material assets. It’s the value of its people and the worth of their individuality.
People don’t judge you by the number of times you’ve failed, but by the number of times you’ve succeeded. And the number of times you’ve succeeded is directly proportional to the number of times you’ve failed!
Learn to face your fears, for then you face yourself. And when you do that, the realization begins to dawn that you can BE anything you want.
Always leave someone better than when you first found them. Let people be thrilled they met you.
Forgiveness is a divine quality. Remember, between the hater and the hated; it is always the hater who suffers more!