It was the worst thing that could have possibly happened. I’d just spent two hours updating my website. But when I clicked Save, everything was gone. Placing a desperate call to my web person, I blurted out what had just happened. She was quiet for a moment, then slowly said, “Mmm. That’s interesting.”
Virtually everyone I talk to these days is feeling overwhelmed. We're all struggling to find a way to work--and have a good life--in this crazy world we're in now.
If you're struggling in these challenging times, check out this video interview I did last week with Steve Richard, Founder of ExecVision.
Keeping a positive mindset during these challenging times can be really hard. Especially when top prospects start ghosting you, big opportunities get stalled out, and finding someone new to talk to feels like an impossibility.
Times are tough right now. That's the reality of our sales environment. People are being laid off. Decisions take longer—and will be more difficult to make. Risk is now a big issue. Etc. Etc. Etc.
After spending months trying to meet with a perfect prospect, the last thing you want to do is blow the opportunity. Yet all too often, that's exactly what happens—especially when you only have a short time together.