What Do You Want to Hear About from Athena?

With the launch of the brand-new AthenaCaptain.com site, I have a wonderful new opportunity to reach out to my valued tribe to find out what you want to hear. I'm here to serve, to put together whatever tips, tricks, and wisdom I've gained from all the wise teachers and mentors I've been blessed with. I'm also here to share with you the knowledge I've gained through a vast array of mistakes and trial-and-error. That hard-won experience must not go to waste - the most painful lessons are the most memorable, and such lessons are meant to be shared.

So, what do you want to hear about? I have lots of ideas about what I want to share in these pages, but it doesn't make sense to share stuff you don't find valuable. That would be making it all about me, and while my ego would love that, it wouldn't serve you, and that would defeat the purpose. To get your ideas flowing, here are a few suggestions:

  • Building a prospecting plan?
  • Building a tribe of referral partners?
  • Making the most of a networking event?
    • How to know which networking events to attend?
  • Defeating procrastination?
  • Your Superpower - what is it and how do you use it?
  • Maintaining motivation to keep prospecting and keep selling?
  • Momentum: Building it and keeping it?
  • Continual learning - what, how, how much?
  • Excuses and ownership?
  • Niche vs general market?

The above topics are meant to get you thinking about your biggest hurdles and what topics you'd like to hear about in these pages and in other areas (C.E. classes, presentations, video blogs, etc.). Again, I can probably make some pretty good guesses, and some of them might even be right, but I'd rather do research, pull together the people with the right knowledge and wisdom, draw from my own experience, and share with you the insights that will help you live in your Superpower, build your business, and grow into the Sales Professional that God created you to be.

In the comments below, please share your thoughts on what you'd like to hear!

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