- The term “A game” is typically used in athletics and it means bring your best game, the right attitude, a winning, focused, positive mindset
- “A game” is now used broadly and refers to the attitude, effort, and skills required to slay the moment
- You must find ways to act even when you are not feeling confident and positive
- Your A game doesn’t come like a lightning bolt from the sky, you must learn to create your A game when you need it
* Saboteur type comes from the book, Positive Intelligence: Why Only 20% of Teams and Individuals Achieve Their True Potential and How You Can Achieve Yours
* You deploy certain strategies that have been with you since you were very young, that you used to navigate your life.
* The strategies helped you meet three basic needs: independence, acceptance, and security by asserting, earning, or avoiding. They become a hindrance rather than a useful strategy as you become an adult and your life becomes complex.
- Knowing the varying temperaments will assist in understanding the differences between how people think. It’s easy to remember, and the tips are immediately helpful.
- All customers think differently; however, temperament is being able to take a calibrated guess on how they will feel.
- 5 ways 3PL (third-party logistics) sales have changed
- Suggestion on how to deal with these changes is offered.
- How do you approach sales from lead to close?
- Knowing the sales personalities of your team is invaluable.
- Communication needs to be adjusted between different personality types.
*These podcasts are hosted by The Logistics of Logistics and Joe Lynch.
Happy Mondays Podcast (England)
I was the featured guest discussing type, coaching and the brain on this weekly podcast. As Happy Mondays puts it: “Ann Holm is a personality expert and helps people get on with their own genius.”