25 April 2008
Sales guru Blair Singer delivers empowering seminar in Rosebank
Renowned international motivational speaker, author and business coach Blair Singer was guest of honour at a breakfast seminar hosted by Elvey Security Technologies at the Hyatt Regency in Rosebank, Johannesburg on the 18th of March.
“This is an exciting morning because we have with us all the way from the US, Mr. Blair Singer, who is a founder of sales partners worldwide and mentor. He is also key advisor, business partner and long time friend to Robert Kiyosaki of Rich Dad and Poor Dad fame” says Elvey CEO Jack Edery.
The aim of the seminar was to empower sales consultants and illustrate to them the importance of communication with the business. Some 112 guests attended the lecture, which focused on the theme “Sales equals income, it’s your number one skill in business and in life”.
Having already worked with tens of thousands of individuals and organisations ranging from companies and small business owners to independent sales agents and direct sellers, Singer has used his motivational skills to assist them in achieving extraordinary levels of sales, performance, productivity and cash flow. He has worked in over twenty countries and across five continents.
‘Salesdog methodology works wherever sales are occurring; and remember that we sell to our bosses, to our neighbours, and in our relationships on a daily basis,” Singer points out.
“One reason some people can sell and others cannot is not an innate gene or random luck, but that some are trained and some are not. Great performers are coaches counselled to excellence, those who do not get training ever realise their own strengths or weakness.”
Discussing Mr. Singer’s presentation, D & D Director Daryl Gibson said that the presenter was outstanding, informative, interesting as well as entertaining. He claims that all professionals not only sales consultants needed to be exposed to such a presentations of such this nature, as it will help to teach them how to utilize their strengths instead of focusing on their weaknesses.