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Dennis Minton: Attitude and Sales-Think Right

Dennis Minton on Your Attitude and Sales, How to Think Right

Dennis Minton Sales Training

Dennis Minton

Minton Dickes
(Dennis Minton is an Organizational Consultant. I like how he thinks. Enjoy his Monday Morning Minute.)

“You are searching for the magic key that will unlock the door to the source of power; and yet you have the key in your own hands, and you may use it the moment you learn to control your thoughts.”   Napoleon Hill


We believe you create a future characterized by high performance and fulfillment, by making a responsible commitment to think right, work right, sell right, study right, and live right.

Here are ten strategies for forming the habit of thinking right.

•  Make every occasion a great occasion. View every event through the lens of an expectant, determined, creative attitude.

•  Develop the winning feeling. See yourself winning. Winning is contagious.

•  Be a peak performer. Learn to pay attention, be motivated to pay the price, be effective at promoting yourself, and persist.

•  Visualize desired outcomes. Get a clear, distinctive picture of what you intend to do. Mentally rehearse it until it becomes automatic. You’ll have begun your path to excellence in selling.

•  Expect the best. Don’t cheat yourself out of high achievement; expect it!

•  Maintain a positive attitude. Learn to think optimistically. Talent + Motivation + Optimism = Success.

•  Build a strong self-image. Never surrender your self-confidence. See yourself as competent and well-informed. Feel good about who you are and what you do!

•  Fail forward. Learn from your experience. Strengthen your resolve. Move steadfastly toward your goals.

•  Never give up. Perseverance, not genius, separates winners from the losers in selling. Press on!

•  Bloom where you are planted. Forming this habit develops your self-discipline, sparks your imagination and increases your staying power.

Remember: Success is almost always earned by the minority – the dedicated few who are willing to pay the price. Success begins with thoughts. Thoughts control our actions. Actions all too soon become habits. Habits shape and mold lives.

Make 2013 the BEST Year of Your Career!

Dennis S. Minton
Minton Dickes Consulting
dennisminton @ cox.net