Kash Hasan

Kash Hasan has worked in a variety of sales roles for over 12 years for GDS International, World Trade Group and CDM Media. His experience includes managing and developing sales teams in Australia, New York, Singapore, Bangalore, Cardiff, Bristol and Toronto

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How to achieve sales excellence

If you have drive, ambition and the ability to handle rejection, a career in sales can provide fantastic lifelong opportunity and earnings. A job in sales is one profession where you can rise to become a top earner in the company regardless of where you started out.

But let’s be clear: with opportunity and higher earnings comes responsibility.

Simply put, it’s up to you to carve your place in a results driven environment. You need keep yourself productive and engaged at the highest required performance level. You need to operate from a combination of your strengths and self-knowledge to achieve true and lasting sales excellence.

How to achieve Sales Excellence:

  1. Learn to love your work and learn to become outstanding in your field. Have fun with the job. Having fun will raise your confidence and energy levels. Support, encourage and motivate yourself and those around. Create POSITIVE...

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The reason I love selling

One of the reasons I love selling is its freedom of expression. Sales is one of the few professions left in which you can be yourself and express who you are.

This freedom you’ve won for yourself by successfully competing where resourcefulness and perseverance are demanded and highly valued. No activity is more vital to the business’s health than selling; no activity is more dependent on individual initiative than selling.

Now the 2nd reason I love selling is that you have the freedom to become as successful as you’d like to be. In this profession, no one limits your income but you. There are no income ceilings.

You may question this statement. You may think the limit is the highest income anyone has yet made selling. Does that mean it’s not possible to earn more? Of course not. Anyone of you could go on to become a Manager, Sales Director, VP or CEO.. It’s all entirely possible.

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