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Rohan Anil Bhatt

Rohan Anil Bhatt

Consultant, SQuare Consulting and Management Service

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Dear Friends,

Today's times are effectively known as the times of turbulence, with the factors of recession and competition and fierce rivalry. This type of a market is calling in for the involvement of the people involved in a better manner. You are what you want to become in life. You can either be a person who constantly complain about what you don't have or you can be the factor of commitment and results. The key to this is very simple. Keep doing your work and keep identifying what is the thing that makes you different from others. An example can be the factor of success that one expects from a Sales person. Once a sales man of caps got to travel from one village to the other. While he was En-route, it was the afternoon and he got very tired. He found shade under the tree and took all of his caps and kept it next to him and took a nap after having his lunch. Meanwhile, a group of monkeys took all his caps and wore them. When he woke up, the monkeys climbed up the tree and started teasing him. He thought of many different ways but could not convince them. But then he observed that the monkeys were imitating his actions, so he jumped about once. The monkeys did the same, then he jumped about twice, again the monkeys did that. Then he threw his cap on the ground, and as soon as the monkeys did that, he gathered all his caps and ran away from there. The fable is really old but the lesson is legendary... The Sales man never forgot to keep his skill of observation with him. He observed the acts of the opposite party and saw how well it depended on his. So, in working we also have to be highly observant and constantly learning.

HAPPY SELLING!!!
CHEERS,
Rohan Bhatt
SQuare Consulting and Management Services