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Date: Sep 29, 2014
Category: Sales Motivation 

by Cie Murray

How could I have missed the National Day of Encouragement on September 12th?  You see I am a natural born encourager.  I am willing to believe the first person I encouraged was my mom, when she was in labor delivering me.  I probably said something like "Come on mom, PUSH PUSH YOU CAN DO IT PUSH PUSH".  Okay, that's a stretch, but I sincerely believe I was born to uplift and inspire people to maximize their highest potential. 

 


Date: Aug 26, 2014
Category: Drives Sales Motivation 

by Cie Murray

I have had a competitive streak in me since childhood.  You see, I was the youngest of nine kids and I felt the need to keep up with my older siblings, especially my sister Brenda.  She was six years older, which in both of our minds qualified her to be an expert on life.  As I got older, I came to realize she didn't know much more than I did.  I resisted the pressure to compete with her and began to step into my own identity. 


Date: May 31, 2014
Category: Work Engagement 

by Cie Murray

Without meaning to, we sometimes allow others to siphon away our power.  How do we allow that to happen? 

It starts with the quality of the decisions or choices that we make.  Sometimes making decisions can be like playing a game of chess—your boss or prospect makes a certain move that rubs you the wrong way, and now it’s your move.  In chess, whatever move you make will impact the move your partner-player makes, ultimately determining whether you win or lose the game. 


Date: Mar 31, 2014
Category: Work Engagement 

by Cie Murray

"What's so funny?", I asked my five year old nephew.  He answered "Cats got money".  I thought that's the same idiotic statement I use to say as a kid when someone would ask me what's so funny or why are you laughing.  I was amazed this statement had somehow transferred into the next generation.  In spite of my amazement, Rodney laughed, and laughed, and laughed at his well timed idiotic grammatically incorrect statement.


Date: Jan 30, 2014
Category: Sales Motivation 

by Cie Murray

No, not a baby, are you expecting to win?  Are you expecting to meet your sales quota or are you thinking I'm not sure?  Are you expecting to lose those extra pounds from the holidays or are you wishing and a hoping?  What you are expecting can be the difference between making or missing your goals.  We get what we expect to get.  You may be thinking Cie I do want to meet my quota, I want to lose the pounds, or I want to win.  How can I go from just wanting to win to expecting to win?  Here are 3 steps to get you there.

 


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