STRUGGLE NO MORE: Putting Struggles into Perspective with Jason Cutter, Part 3
We are back with Jordan and Cutter Consulting Group Founder and CEO Jason Cutter, as they discuss tips and strategies for bouncing back from sales struggles. The conversation revolves around the importance of not comparing oneself to others, putting sales struggles into perspective, controlling activity levels, maintaining peak performance, and using perspective and reframing to handle negative experiences.
Jordan and Jason emphasize the need to avoid comparing oneself to others and instead focus on understanding the whole picture. They suggest having empathy and non-judgment towards oneself and others to avoid unrealistic expectations that lead to disappointment. Enjoy more of these powerful insights in this latest episode of Peak Performance Selling.
PEAK PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS:
JASON: DON’T COMPARE
“Don't compare your behind-the-scenes with other people's highlights.”
JASON: SALESPEOPLE VS SALES PROFESSIONALS
“This is where I see a lot of salespeople miss the mark. And the difference between a sales professional which I put in a different category, not that sales professionals don't have slumps or bad quarters or bad days, they still have them. It's how they recover, and it's what they're doing long term, the difference between those categories is activity level, and putting in actual work. That's the difference.”
JASON: THERE’S NO CONTROL
“You can't control everything. Everything happens for a reason. There's some lesson in it, and again, the lesson might be you're not very good and you need to get better. It's not always like ‘Oh, this door didn't open, which means this door of rainbows is gonna open.’ No, maybe it's because you messed up,”
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