Posts Tagged ‘growing your business’

The #1 Ingredient Missing From Your Sales Success

I recently spoke at an event and after it was over the event producer said the overwhelming feedback from my session was, “They loved your energy.” I hear that a lot. And guess what? When I hear that it usually means we’ve also gained many new clients. Why? Why do you think energy matters? We…

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Is Networking Selling? (You might be surprised!)

We all have things that bug us, right? Those things we hear others say that sound and feel like nails on the chalkboard.  I’m going to share with you one of those things that really bugs me.  I hesitate in doing it, though, because I know a lot of people disagree with me, but it…

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5 Simple Steps to Super Sales Success in 2014!

For me, 2013 was a great year in business—my best yet.  What I find really amazing about that is that I was pregnant during most of 2013. Then I had Lucca in October and I proceeded to take a few months off and the rest of the year was just part time. So how was…

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Synchronistic Shift #5: The Core Community Shift

The Core Community Shift {An Excerpt from Selling with Synchronicity} – Synchronistic Shift #5: The Core Community Shift “Surround yourself with only people who are going to lift you higher.” ~ Oprah Winfrey ~   Days later, synchronicity kicked in, and my phone rang.  “Hello?” I said tentatively.  “Hi! Is this Ursula?”  “Yes, this is…

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Are You REALLY Ready to Do Whatever it Takes?

Are You REALLY Ready to Do Whatever it Takes? The Top 10 Actions You Must Make! Over the past few months, I have been in front of hundreds of sales professionals and business owners, teaching them the principles of Selling with Intention and the seven synchronistic shifts of Selling with Synchronicity.  As I stand in…

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Let Go–and Sell More!

See, the thing is, my closet was just an analogy for other areas of my life and business I needed to clean up. I needed to do some serious “letting go” of physical stuff, guilt, limiting beliefs and fears, and relationships (business and personal) that no longer “fit.”

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