It’s official, the new console is coming. For gamers and gamers with children in tow, they are talking about an awesome new gaming console that will be coming at E3 2017 (or later) in the US and in Europe. Gamers with children in tow will have the ability to use a tablet to play with their young child with an open world video game that will be available on the E3 17th – and probably beyond – in 2017.
Well, the rumors are true and it appears that we may finally have an open-world video game for the gaming console. It is still very early, but we are at the point where we can be pretty darn certain that its coming in 2017.
In November 2016, Sony announced the Playstation 4 and its first console open-world video game, called Skyrim. And guess what, it is coming to the home console! So much for Microsoft’s “you can’t do that in a home console”. For those of you holding out on this one, I’m begging you to reconsider. Blog: 5 Steps for Effective Sales. Old blog: Sales people are a special challenge to handle.
Sales People: Step 1. Be Flexible. The first part will be getting your ideas out there or, as is more accurate in this matter for me, starting a dialogue. The second part of sales people, or the first part if I may be more specific, the sales process. This includes things such as cold calls, sales meetings, face-to-face meetings, phone calls, on the phone.
No, I want some more ice-cream. Old blog: First, allow me to say to you, “Hey!” I’m just going to start out by letting you know that I have a special recipe for a batch of chocolate chip cookie bars that I will be giving you shortly, and I was thinking about writing down here just what recipe I used.
What I love about my job is the fact that I am not working for free. In fact, being a salesperson I cannot speak on behalf of my firm. I think this is important because the things that you are working on could be impacting your performance in another area, the sales process. I think it important therefore to start the discussion about benefits as well.
“It’s all part of the job” is not usually what an executive says to a salesperson, but it is true. Salespeople are often in their offices working hard. A great selling point that sales teams often make is the notion that they are not working for an hourly pay. Rather, they work for an overall wage and benefit package.
To anyone who thinks being a good sales person is just hard work, I say: Well you probably don’t want to be the kind of person who goes home at 4pm or drinks on the job for the rest of the afternoon.
Do you often notice that you are not getting the things you want as quickly as you want them? Like an unexpected vacation or day off? Or maybe you find you are not getting enough social time with friends. I’ve seen and heard it all too often where sales people spend more time than they are supposed to be with their clients or with each other. I’ve never heard of a sales professional not taking care of themselves or the community at large like that.