ABWA-ELEN presents: MARK McGRAW - HOW OUR BELIEFS IMPACT OUR RESULTS - Register by Tuesday, June11, at Noon. Mark is a great speaker and you will learn a lot! Don't miss this opportunity to learn and meet new potential clients and friends!!!
Thursday, June 13, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (EDT)
We welcome all business women who are interested in meeting new friends and potential clients. Our luncheon includes a great buffet lunch as well as a relevant speaker. Each attendee is invited to give a 1 minute "infomercial" about her business, and one member each month has the "Member Spotlight", a 10 minute moderated Q&A presentation. Time for networking is included. Bring your business cards and brochures, and come see what we're all about!
Change your Beliefs, Improve your Results!
Do you experience the summer doldrums?
What if we took some time to reevaluate our beliefs about the summer slowdown so that we might change the results and actually improve sales during what many people believe is a slower time of the year. Discuss how our beliefs impact our results in an enlightening and interactive discussion. Leave the session with:
- A four step process for evaluating how our beliefs impact our sales results
- Learn the three most important ingredients to sales success
- Identify one bottleneck you have to increasing sales results
President of Sales Engine, LLC
Mark McGraw owns a sales training and sales consulting business and is aligned with the Global network of the Sandler Sales Institute. His experiences in sales stretch almost 20 years where he has held many positions which include being V.P. of Sales Operations of a Fortune 500 company with responsibility for managing, training and leading the sales efforts for the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Brazil.
Driven by a passion to help others find an easier, more productive way to sell- Mark started his own company, Sales Engine LLC. He has built a company that helps businesses of all size improve their sales results by helping them identify their goals, deal with the obstacles that prevent salespeople and leaders from reaching their capability and installing the results-driven sales process called the Sandler Selling System.