How can I be a good Salesman if I hate selling?

Many people who are in sales work have in their heads the idea that hate selling.

Most of the people who think hates selling explains it with any of these reasons:

1. Selling is to manipulate. The seller should mislead your prospects buy something they don’t need or don’t want to buy.

2. Sell is boring. You make a call and you have to wait for the client that you respond if you are interested in and that can take a long time. In addition, always sell the same.

3. Selling is desperate. Who do you like be calling by phone and be begging receptionists you take the call? Who likes be sending emails all day?

4. Selling is annoying. Everyone has had a bad experience with a vendor who does not know to accept a “no” and continues to insist and insist. If so who?

If you think some of the 4 things have just described is clear because you hate selling. The way to become a good seller is delete those damages of your head and think about follows.

Three tips for being a good salesman

1. Selling is helping. If you propose you never sell something that does not need your prospect you are free to sell whatever you want without prejudice to that. Must tell your prospect when you detect does not need what you’re selling. But if you consider that they need it, rather than bother, you’ll be helping him. You are giving something that will help. What does wrong help people?

2. Sell is to meet people. Don’t think you’re going to annoy people when you call them. If you feel that you are bothering them, tell them that call it at another time. Take calls as an opportunity to talk to new people.

3. Sell is to learn. Every call or visit you can learn things. Each call is a unique opportunity to learn the business of your prospects, their challenges, their problems and their way of making decisions.

In sales, more you do it, you better come back to do so. Give him the chance and you’ll see that it’s fun.

Why is GPS being replaced by indoor navigation?

Why is GPS being replaced by indoor navigation?

Anyone who has ever been to the airport knows what it is like to look for the right terminal or a certain store in Duty Free for a long time, when there is almost no time. When we find ourselves in an unfamiliar environment, we cannot immediately find the place we need, and even Google Maps can hardly help in such situations. In open space, the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) is used, which guarantees a high level of positioning accuracy and availability. However, inside buildings or in complex urban environments, GNSS does not work properly.

But there is good news too. Satellites are being replaced by a new technology called indoor positioning and indoor navigation – a solution that will become one of the most promising in the near future. The growth in popularity of indoor positioning and indoor navigation is driven by the steady increase in demand for accurate indoor navigation. For example, according to a Deloitte report, by 2022, at least a quarter of all precision digital navigation uses will take place indoors.

Indoor Indoor Positioning System (IPIN) is a wireless network of devices used to locate people and objects inside a building. While navigation is concerned with locating large office buildings, museums, university buildings and shopping malls, indoor navigation enhances the accuracy of Wi-Fi and positioning-based navigation and improves indoor orientation.

Indoor navigation can provide much more than just displaying a route map inside a building. For example, in shopping malls, the same navigation technology can be used not only to find stores, but also to find a parking space. In addition, indoor navigation can launch an additional marketing channel and thereby increase sales. In large factories, internal navigation can track the location of skilled workers and equipment within the facility, helping to achieve higher productivity. These examples characterize well the future of the indoor navigation market.

The potential for accurate inland navigation is of great importance, and most vertical sectors are likely to benefit from this. Plus, indoor navigation will have a huge impact on government, businesses and consumers. Thus, the demand for this technology is expected to increase in various spheres of human life.

Depending on the specific case, business representatives can improve the quality of customer service while visiting their sites, increase the level of security at the site, or expand the capabilities of internal logistics solutions.

Indoor navigation in the consumer segment allows mobile app users to:

determine the location on the map of the building;

lay routes to the desired point;

receive geo-location clues and advertising notifications.

The above opportunities open up additional marketing channels and new analytical opportunities for business owners.

In the corporate sector, the same technology allows monitoring the movements of personnel, equipment and goods in real time. The use of such an infrastructure leads to increased safety, increased productivity and lower operating costs due to the control of: the presence of personnel at the workplaces of personnel; staff relocation and maintenance as scheduled; actions of employees using commands in real time, including emergency situations; access to restricted areas and detection of violations in the event of illegal entry.

Considering that we spend almost 90% of our time indoors, the growth of interest in IPIN is quite natural. The application of this technology in various industries such as real estate, retail, healthcare, entertainment makes indoor navigation accessible and understandable to all users. Well, we hope that very soon with the advent of this technology, the problems of indoor navigation will disappear and there will not be a single chance of getting lost in large buildings.

People From Your Own Country Should Outsource In Their Own Country

First I would just like to start with saying how do you get work from home when you do not live in places like India, phillipines etc. You would think that businesses would want to employ in there own country to help out their own people first. No! they want to employ workers overseas and why is that? Stay at home mums or dads want to work at home while willing to take lower pay to work at home, so they can spend time with their children. However since Businesses always go for people who will charge peanuts to do the work, then the stay at home mums and dads are unable to compete.

Having two special needs children, trying to find a way to stay at home and work, as i need to be here for one of my children. It is hard to find an employer that is willing to understand if you are wanting to take alot of time off. I do not think any Employer would be that understanding in a normal job situation. I am trying to find work from someone that is willing to give me the chance so I can stay at home for my children.

I have had a couple of jobs, the rest have been people trying to scam me. I do not want to do any type of commission work, I just want to get a legit work from home doing word processing or excel. How can you compete with overseas and be able to at least earn some extra income when you practically, no matter how low you go, Businesses still hire these companies of workers from within in asian type of countries.

I think we need to at least try and give people in there own back yard the chance to work at home as there are alot of mums and dads out there trying to do right by there children.

Having children with special needs is hard to try and get jobs. Once your Employer knows you are taking so much time off due to having to be there for them,It would make it impossible to find another employer to hire you based on the reference from the previous employer. All I want to do is give my children the best start in life.

The government do not help you in anyway and they either need you to have someway of getting a regular job that allows you to work at home if needed or they need to find someway you can get help to look after your children at home like when you have childcare.

Special need children cannot adapt, so going to work is a huge problem for them especially if they have high anxiety issues or have alot of time off from school. Your employer is just not going to accept that you are having that much time off work.

All we need is that chance to work from home and get the same consideration, even work for less pay when working at home instead of going into an office type environment. Australian Businesses that are looking for outsourcing their work should give Australian Stay at Home mums and dads a go as they are willing to get paid small amounts similar to the overseas workers.