1) Recognize behavior that's holding you back, and 2) Tell yourself to knock it off!
When you go above and beyond for your customers, you'll find that they can become some of your best ambassadors.
Being present in the moment is something you can train yourself to do, and you'll be happier for it.
Being aware of the non-verbal cues you're sending out is a great way to start, says author Jeff Haden.
We typically talk ourselves into procrastinating; here are some tips for talking ourselves out of it.
Motivational speaker and business guru Brian Tracy says that when it comes to setting goals, put some thought into them and don't be afraid to challenge yourself
Zig Ziglar says regrets from the past serve no positive purpose. Learn to bury them and move on.
Don't want to fail? Then don’t try and accomplish anything, says sales and leadership guru Mark Hunter.
Make sure you and your staff are tuned in to each particular customer, because they're all different with different needs.
Veteran sales leader Brian Millham offers some tips on how to make your customers love you.