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Happy 4th!

Let’s remember the true meaning of the Fourth of July:

The Fourth is an extremely patriotic holiday and many of us might dress up in red, white and blue, hang a flag out front and blow off a few fireworks, but do we really know what the true meaning behind our flag is?

The Fourth of July is a celebration of America’s declaration from Great Britain (and sheer determination from our forefathers) to establish the USA as a free country that was made on July 4, 1776.

One Fourth of July quote says,

“During the American Revolution, the legal separation of the American colonies from Great Britain occurred on July 2, 1776, when the Second Continental Congress voted to approve a resolution of independence that had been proposed in June by Richard Henry Lee of Virginia. After voting for independence, Congress turned its attention to the Declaration of Independence, a statement explaining this decision, which had been prepared by a Committee of Five, with Thomas Jefferson as its principal author. Congress debated and revised the Declaration, finally approving it on July 4.”

I hope everybody has a SAFE and happy weekend and please don’t forget to take a moment out of your day on Monday to be appreciative for the freedom and liberty that we all enjoy here in America.

I know I will.

Tom Bello

Keep Your Promises

… do not “try” to keep them. Big difference!

The word “try” is an excuse for getting out of keeping your word and it usually means that you will not deliver what you promised, period.

I have many vendors and suppliers that use the word “try” when we are discussing a project and as soon as I hear that word, I interupt them by saying; “okay, so you’re not going to deliver it when you say you will” and it catches them off guard every time.

They usually respond with something like “why would you say that?” and I tell them the same thing that the word “try” means no and I would rather hear the truth of a “yes or no” than the word “try”.

You will either deliver what you promise or you won’t. It’s that simple.

The same rule applies to appointments, deadlines, meetings and personal commitments – Think first before you promise because there is nothing that annoys a person more than a broken promise.


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Ask and you shall receive.

“Ask and you shall receive” is the best sales advice for  sales professionals today. A great sales pitch will not yield you the same results unless you ASK for the business.

Is this just for sales people?

No, it is actually for all of us. Many people do not think of themselves as salespeople, but, one way or another, we are always selling ourselves (or our ideas) everyday.

Selling, broken down to it’s most basic form, is simply matching the benefits of something to the needs and desires of another.

But, what is often missing in many sales presentations is the final close… i.e. asking for the order.

I have been on many sales presentations where the salesperson did a great job in making a presentation and at the end of the meeting, saying something vague like “have a nice day” or “I’ll see you soon” and then walking away. They never asked for the order!

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