Wednesday, August 13, 2014

How to be a Rainmaker Tip No.1: Never be Lazy

There is a saying that "there are no ugly women, only lazy ones".  There are NO UGLY Rainmakers.  If you are ugly, most likely you are NOT a Rainmaker and if you are a Rainmaker, definitely you are not UGLY.

In sales, looks matter.  I am not saying that you have to look like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt but if you can, then most likely you will be selling lots. As a Rainmaker, you have to invest in how you look. It is not because a Rainmaker is vain but because a Rainmaker is committed to give a client the best sales experience.  Wouldn't it be amazing if you were a client that you will be dealing with a pleasant looking person rather than be talking to someone who looks like a goon or a swindler?

It is vital that a Rainmaker must look good.  It is one of the few things that one can control. If you look good, you will feel good.  Plus, you will feel prepared. Looks should be one the first steps in your daily preparation.  A successful salesperson must possess several WOW factors to become a Rainmaker and one of the easiest is looks.  One of the quickest way to sabotage your looks is being lazy.  Being lazy to exercise, being lazy to get clothes that fit you, being lazy to comb your hair or being lazy to take a bath.

Starting today, you have to ask yourself these questions before you leave your house.

1. Am I happy with the way I look?
2. Do I look someone who can sell?
3. Does my face look credible?

Do not be lazy.  If you are lazy with your own looks, how much more lazy are you in the other aspects of being a Rainmaker? Never allow yourself to be lazy because it is the first requirement of being a Rainmaker.  Rainmakers are never lazy.  They are always prepared to close a sale early in the morning, late at night, or in the middle of nowhere.  We are in the business of attracting people.  We need to be attractive.  A Rainmaker should never take anything for granted.

Never be LAZY and you can be a true blue Rainmaker in no time. :)

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