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GREG'S RIGHT FIT NEWSLETTER

Quick notes to help you get more done in less time. . . next week. 

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In this issue:

- Techniques for FIT
- Being Human
- Random Stuff
 

Techniques for FIT

  • Exercise that internal perspective muscle. There really are a billion people in China that don't care. 
  • Preach perspective to your people. Is the city's snow removal really that important if you don't live the Upper Peninsula? 
  • This month, attack a single annoyance. An office picture that needs reframing, a wall that needs repainting, a broken boardroom chair. In time, they'll stop cluttering your brain. 
  • When you're around someone expressing an opinion, make a game of listening to the language they use. Is it open or closed? Does it allow room for an opposing view to be held at the same time? 

Being Human - Saying No

Living in Omaha means that you develop a heightened awareness to particular information. The word Omaha, the color red, and anything attributed to famed investor Warren Buffett. 

Like this quote: “The difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say no to almost everything.”

If that's true, that really successful people say no to almost everything, then how to they do it? That piece of advice is missing, but I have a thought on it. 

When presented with a choice, really successful people ask themselves if they are willing to make the effort required to make a significant difference in the outcome.  They focus on what they can control and let go of the rest. 

Random Stuff

Book proposal update

I've been sending my book proposal out for a few months now. Here's what I've learned. 

It took 8 submissions to agents before I got enough feedback to change my first proposal. What started as The Human Being's Guide to Business Growth, has been narrowed to Everybody Sells. Similar content, but aimed at the sales section of a bookstore instead of the psychology section. 

That focus brings rejections in faster, but has also intensified the positive feedback from being tepid to almost sounding excited. I even mocked up a cover to help agents visualize the book.

everybody sells book cover

 What I need now is social proof that people are interested. Like this:

"We’ve known Greg Chambers for five years. His ideas are thought provoking, and he challenges our team to stretch their comfort zone. I look forward to using his book with my team.” 

Obviously, that's made up, but you get the point. 

Send me a quick sentence or two along with whether or not to use your name/company in my proposal. 

In exchange, I'll send you a copy when it's done. 

Upcoming Offerings

Booklet  — Amalgamate: Summer 2016  on Amazon or send me a note with your address.
Momentum Program: 3 openings — worldwide
October 18, Teleseminar: "Developing a High Performance Sales Team" - Register by clicking here
November 17-18, Workshop: "FIT for Lead Generation" - Registration opens in October
2017, EverybodySells Book Release  — (shopping the proposal, add you name to the list of interested peoples)

Bring me in to shake up your team: Keynotes/Workshops/Seminars

Teleseminars
Access "Predictable Growth in Unpredictable Times" by clicking here
Access "Using Fit to Sell More to Existing Customers: A Case Study" — by clicking here
Access "Getting the Most from Your Marketing Vendors" by clicking here
Access  Webinar: "Increasing the Value of Your Law Firm" by clicking here
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