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3 Key Takeaways From “A Man's Search For Meaning” That Apply to Sales Coaching

Posted by Will Kloefkorn

December 28, 2017

Book Review 3/25:

The great poet Maya Angelou famously said: “If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude”. This phrase is so easy to intellectually understand but can be so darn tough to live by everyday life.

In his book A Man’s Search For Meaning, Viktor Frankl articulates that the greatest power we have as human beings is our power to choose. Regardless of the environment we are living in, or the conditions we are facing, every human being has the conscious ability to choose: hope or despair, happiness or sorrow, empowerment or victim-hood. There are no legitimate reasons to complain. Frankl has earned the right to take this stance for two reasons:

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Topics: sales coaching, Book Reviews, growth mindset

3 Key Takeaways From "Mindset" That Apply to Sales Coaching

Posted by Will Kloefkorn

August 17, 2017

For reasons I can’t fully articulate, sometimes inspiration strikes and propels me to take on a challenge that I once would not have considered possible. Currently, a gentleman by the name Tom Bilyeu, and the work he and his team are conducting at Impact Theory, has become one of my catalysts for personal and professional growth.

Impact Theory’s stated mission is to free people from The Matrix. Said another way, they want to end the poverty of poor mindset. If you spend some time on their site, listen to Tom’s podcasts, entertain the life lessons shared by their guests and open your mind up to growth and learning, you will quickly become inspired and realize that our potential as human beings is merely scratching the surface. 

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Topics: sales coaching, sales leadership, professional development, executive coaching, leadership coaching, growth mindset, growth coaching

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