Do you remember how excited you were on Day 1 of starting your new sales job? Remember the optimism, energy, hope, and desire that you felt waking up in the morning, driving (or ubering) to work, and walking in the door?

Maybe you thought about what you were going to buy with your first commission check at the end of the week, month, quarter, or a year from now. Maybe you were planning to take your partner out to an amazing dinner, go on an amazing vacation, build your emergency fund, pay off student loan debt (or credit card debt!), whatever.

But…then reality begins to set in – there are major issues with the product or service, there is poor customer support for clients, or even worse…your boss is unreasonable. Suddenly there are a million directions you begin to be pulled in – call these clients, don’t forget the business cards from these three events, some marketing campaign or another, or something else entirely.

It becomes almost too easy to lose focus, right? You know it does.

So how do you take control of your life with the chaos going on around you? There are certain activities that are going to lead to business getting completed and putting money in your pocket.

When you work with Charles, he listens to where you are today and where you would like to be tomorrow, next month, or a year from now.  By reviewing and then streamlining your specific selling process, he will deliver kick ass results for you moving forward

It could be that prospecting gives you a fit, leads fall through the cracks, opportunities fall off the tracks, it is difficult to get into a good flow on the phone, or writing email outreach is painstakingly slow, etc.. Whatever your reality is will be improved after going through the program.

Do you know exactly who you need to reach out to today? We’ll make sure you know the exact 5, 30, 50, or 80+ touches that you will complete throughout the day.

Rethink your plan of attack while sharpening your skills to set more meetings, close new revenue, grow a book of business, and crush your sales quota whether it is daily, monthly, quarterly, or annually.

You will be creating your own success and soon you will feel excited when you are going into the office each day. That feeling of getting pulled in a million directions will subside and you will power through your day.

Are you ready to build a repeatable process for everything you do in the office? You’ll no longer have to think about what you should write in the first cold touch or the fifth – it will be ready for you to use every single day.

P.S. If you have any of the following issues – managers asking you to manually enter data (c’mon it is 2017), managers that do not invest in technology for their team, team members who write every email manually or do not realize how awful it is that they do not know if their message  is opened or not and generally do not know if a form of outreach is successful.


Charles Sabatier