From time to time, we find ourselves in a fight. We might even be fighting for our life or for our career, and in those moments, being unemotional is a potential strategic advantage. It hurts. It feels bad. The anger wells up. The fear can be overwhelming.

We’ve been there. We know this frustration well when dealing with challenging clients, or as their circumstances uncontrollably or unexpectedly shift.  And the timing always seems to bite at the worst time, like during quarter- or year-end close. Maddening.

One of the best things you can do to try and get this under control is to know why you’re there, what your purpose is in being there, and to define an outcome and how to get there.

Lucky for you, we have some resources on how to build your credibility, increase your influence, plan interactions, define outcomes, and a whole lot more that you can take advantage of.

So, click around on our LiquidSMARTS℠. Explore. Reach out to us if you think something’s missing, or want a different focus.

Now, the only thing we can’t make more of is time, so sell well.

 

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Dr. Gunter Wessels

Dr. Gunter Wessels

Dr. Gunter Wessels founded LiquidSMARTS℠. He is passionate and dedicated to the improvement of human performance and ethical business practices in sales and marketing. Dr. Wessels leads a global practice that delivers strategic consulting and next-generation personnel development services to individuals and global corporations alike. His expertise comes from more than 25 years in the healthcare industry, including 14 years as a consultant to global and local marketing and sales teams. Dr. Wessels has a Ph.D. in Management with an emphasis in Marketing and Psychology from the University of Arizona, an M.B.A. from the A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management, and a B.S. in Biology from the University of California.

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