Always choose “b”

The CEO of Dick’s Sporting Goods said, “Professionally I’ve made a lot of mistakes…but I have few regrets…

…a mistake is something you can learn from & get better…a regret is something you can’t get back.”

As you sell today & make a life for yourself, when you come to the crossroads of: a) a Regret or b) a Mistake always choose “b”

Because you can learn from a mistake.

When your mind is yanking at you to pull back saying, “No, No, No! You may lose any hope for a sale!” -not asking for something that could change everything for you like setting an appointment, asking for the number, last name, address, or for their business…

ANYTHING…

🔥I’d rather risk hearing a “No” than live with the regret of possibly hearing a “Yes.”

At the end of a bad month you don’t replay all of the mistakes…you replay the regrets because you know there are things you should’ve done & said…but didn’t.

Even if you say it with the wrong tone…even if it doesn’t come across polished…even if you positioned it wrong…

You can learn, live, & grow from a mistake…

Or you can die professionally with a regret.

Stay in The Sales Life 💪

Full Video 👉https://youtu.be/ZRDkxFKF-jE

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