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    A big part of honesty is self-discipline, personal resolve, and taking pride in who you are as a person and what each action means to your character.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    A person who seems to have all of the answers, usually isn't listening.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: people  listening 
     
    People who are cocky and arrogant say, 'I know that' and move along. People who are confident and positive ask themselves,' How good am I at that?' and seek to improve
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: people  positive 
     
    Most people will not do the hard work it takes to make success easy. Don't be like most people.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: people  work  success 
     
    Memorable customer service can only take place in a human-to-human situation.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: service 
     
    In business, your positive thoughts and lifestyle choices lead to your personal success and your career success.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    If you think that I'm nuts, you may be right. But I'm a nut with a positive attitude, baby!
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: attitude  right  positive 
     
    People don't like to be sold, but they love to buy!
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: people 
     
    If you make a sale, you can earn a commission. If you make a friend, you can earn a fortune!
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: friends 
     
    Don't dwell on the problem; concentrate on the solution.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    Before you can get what you want, you have to know what you want,and make a game plan to get it
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: games 
     
    Good things come to those who have patience and take consistent, persistent actions toward what they want.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: action  patience 
     
    Some people serve with pride - because they 'want to' do and be their best; other people serve with disdain because they 'have to' do their job. Which person do you think will end up running the show?
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: people  job  running  pride 
     
    The key is not to call the decision maker. The key is to have the decision maker call you.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: key  decision 
     
    People will try to rain on your parade because they have no parade of their own.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: people  rain 
     
    Your grammar is a reflection of your image. Good or bad, you have made an impression. And like all impressions, you are in total control.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: reflection  control  bad 
     
    Quality performance starts with a positive attitude.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    Failure is not about insecurity. It's about lack of execution.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: failure 
     
    Obstacles can't stop you. Problems can't stop you. Most of all, other people can't stop you. Only you can stop you.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: people  problem 
     
    Great salespeople are relationship builders who provide value and help their customers win.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: value  help  relationship 
     
    You don't earn loyalty in a day. You earn loyalty day-by-day.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: loyalty 
     
    If you don't think you can do it, who will? You control the most important tool in success, your mind.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: control  mind  success 
     
    Resilience is not what happens to you. It's how you react to, respond to, and recover from what happens to you.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    Most salespeople are half prepared. They know everything about their company and their product. They know nothing about their prospect.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: company 
     
    Take action every day - some small dose at a time.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: time  action 
     
    Asking, "How much is it?" is THE BIGGEST buying signal. Telling me, "Your price is too high." is THE SECOND BIGGEST buying signal
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    Friendly makes sales - and friendly generates repeat business.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: business 
     
    It ain't the rain, the snow, the boss, the competition, the spouse, the money, the car, the job, or the kids - it's you! And it always has been.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: job  rain  money  kids  competition 
     
    Failure is an event, not a person. Think of failure as 'it' and not 'me'.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: failure  people 
     
    Once you discover what your attitude is, or isn't, you'll have a starting point and an understanding of how to move forward.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    What is a positive attitude? The simple definition is the way you dedicate yourself to the way you think. Interestingly, it's also the definition of a negative attitude.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    Next time someone tells you 'never,' remember that means 'not for at least one hour.'
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: time 
     
    If all it takes is an angry stranger to ruin your day, what are you going to do if something really serious happens? Why give someone else control of your life like that?
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: control 
     
    It never ceases to amaze me that companies will spend thousands of hours and millions of dollars teaching people 'how to sell,' and not one minute or not $10 on 'why they buy.' And 'why they buy' is all that matters.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: people  teaching  sell  company 
     
    Change is not a four letter word...but often your reaction to it is!
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    Change is REFINEMENT. Change is GROWTH. Change is MOVEMENT. Change is OPPORTUNITY.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    If you believe in your company. If you believe in your product. If you believe in yourself. Then you can march to success.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: believe  success  company 
     
    If you're not convinced, how can you convince others?
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    In sales, it's not what you say; it's how they perceive what you say.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    Sell yourself before you try to sell your company or your product.
    — Jeffrey Gitomer
    tags: sell  company 
     
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