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Learning is only the first step!

Back in January, I challenged you to Elevate Your Inside Sales Game with The 15-Minute Daily Challenge. Since then I’ve had a few people ask me how to take what they’re learning and implement it in their everyday sales activity.
To quote Adam Grant in Hidden Potential “The learning process isn’t finished when we acquire knowledge. It’s complete when we consistently apply that knowledge.”
The great news is you’re on your way to elevating your inside sales game if you’ve started spending time learning. You’ve got the concept down!

The Concept (what you want to start doing)

It’s amazing how important writing things we want to DO down can be to getting started.
Diving into the depths of new ambitions can often feel like standing at the edge of a cliff, ready to leap. It’s exhilarating, isn’t it? The act of jotting down our aspirations acts as that gentle nudge on the back that says, “Go for it!”
There’s magic in putting pen to paper (or fingers to keys), and transforming abstract thoughts into concrete goals. This simple step is like setting the coordinates for your personal GPS, guiding you from where you are now to where you want to be. Ready, set, write!

Resources (to implement)

I also find it very helpful to list out the possible people and online resources that will quickly move me forward toward my commitment.

Scouring the vast expanse of the internet and tapping into the collective wisdom of mentors and friends can turn the daunting into the doable. Imagine each resource as a golden brick in the pathway leading to your success castle.

It’s not just about having a list; it’s about weaving a network of support that uplifts, inspires, and propels you forward. Each person, each website, is a treasure chest of knowledge, waiting to be unlocked. So, start building that bridge turning your dreams into a reality with every resource you gather – the stronger your castle’s foundation.

NEXT STEP (you commit to taking)

It’s also important to write out your logical next step – plus what action you’ll take this week… and every day; you can then check off when you’ve done that daily activity, putting yourself into habit-building.
Embarking on this journey with a clear next step is like plotting a course on a treasure map. It’s thrilling! But the real secret to uncovering the treasure of success? Daily action.
Every checkmark on your to-do list is a step closer to your goal, a stroke of the oar propelling your boat forward. It’s these consistent actions that cut through procrastination and doubt.
By committing to not just a weekly but a daily action plan, you’re not just building habits; you’re sculpting your future masterpiece.
I created a Learning Into Doing Checklist to help you through the process.
Building good sales habits,

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