The Choices you made, the results it Became

There is an old saying “As you Sow so shall you reap”  which many of us have heard this from our parents in our childhood or they keep saying up till now but did we gave a thought from where this proverb has originated and do we follow in our life career. Firstly, let me give you …

My take on Work From Home during Pandemic

Why did we need a virus to teach us we can be flexible in our working environment? Before the world hit with COVID-19 pandemic, I still remember asking my boss a day to work from home was like asking to give his paycheck to me. The day complete country lockdown was announced in India, no …

Are you still learning or you know it all?

“A Scientist reads hundreds of books but believes he has a lot more to learn. A religious person reads one and he thinks he knows it all” ~ Anonymous When people ask me about my profession and as I answer that I am a Business Consultant in one of a leading Information Technology firm, the …

Where do you see yourself Five Years Down the Line?

I have been asked by a lot of companies during my interview “Where do you see yourself Five Years Down The Line?” The time I started my career, I wasn’t sure whether I would continue to pursue my career in the same profile where I have got the job or my interest lies somewhere. One thing …

Developing Passion in your Life

After 8+ years of relevant experience in Sales & Marketing, I am still trying to figure out does the real purpose of passion is to become a subject matter expertise in your profession or do something that really drives you crazy or really happy of doing something. If we talk about any professional in an …

What does it take to be a Salesman?

My first job out of college was in Sales and Customer Relations of a start up eCommerce company. Mostly I used to handle customer queries & complaints and to deal with lot of grievances from the customer end. I hated it at the beginning, but my boss explained a commission breakdown that while handling customer …

How to build rapport with your Potential Prospects

In today’s world we hear a lot of buzz that AI, Machine Learning are transforming even in sales functions to stay ahead of the game. However one thing which will always remain is which go with an old saying “People will buy from People they like”. How to build rapport with your potential prospects As a …

Why Sales is the Best Motivational Job

If you are in Sales you might have always heard by your manager or peers that we have to be motivated each day in order to achieve our targets or goals. A good manager will do his best to keep the team pumped up and selling happily, however the sales manager can’t be psyching you …

Best Books on Sales for non-sales people

Selling to Big Companies: The book is written by Jill Konrath who is an expert in complex sales strategies. She publishes one of the industry’s top sales blogs, as well as a newsletter with thousands of subscribers around the world. An in-demand speaker and workshop presenter, Jill is frequently quoted in news media nationwide.Fanatical Prospecting: The book is written …

Why You Should Focus on Improving Successful Salesman

Most of the organization may already have a one or two very successful salesman working for them. They are the one’s who hit their quota most of the time, earn their prospect’s trust & respect. They have made themselves an asset to the company. However it’s also very important for an organization to focus on …