TOTALLY COMMITTED: The Commitment to Dedicate Time for Skills Practice with Brent Keltner, Part 3
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT
You will hear this from a whole lot of people, and sometimes it already sounds so cliché. However, practice is an integral part of your growth as a salesperson or whatever it is you do. You may not be able to be really perfect at what you do, but practice can bring you close.
Winalytics President Brent Keltner is back for round 3 with Jordan, and in this episode, they talk about the qualities of a good leader, the importance of having a commitment to practice, how much time you really need for it, and many more. Tune in today to find out more in this latest episode of Peak Performance Selling.
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BRENT: WHAT GOOD LEADERS ARE MADE OF
“Good leaders have to be inspirational, empathetic, good communicators, and all that stuff, and there are people that are better qualified than me to talk about good leadership. But with go-to-market leadership, one of the things that I think is true of great leaders is the commitment to practice.”
BRENT: AN HOUR IS ALL IT TAKES
“Think about an hour a week, or 3% of your working week, that is dedicated to skills practice, either in an individual coaching call or a team coaching call, and we alternate those an hour a week, or 3% of your time, to get better at what you do, not to just close the deals, but to shift the arc, and I think the reality in my experience is, that is enough time if you do it repetitively, to shift the trajectory.”
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