196: The Most Powerful Shift To Get Over Your Fear Of Prospecting by Tammy Stanley

Released Monday, 27th June 2016
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Tammy Stanley reveals how to distinguish the difference between Fear Talk and Self Talk so you approach your challenges fearlessly. Also how to attract prospects everywhere you go.

Who is Tammy Stanley?

About 20 years ago, Tammy Stanley got started in direct selling but she struggled because she couldn’t sell. She also had 3 kids and a year later had her fourth child. But 3 years later, her personal team was producing over a million dollars a year. Today, Tammy Stanley is the founder of The Sales Refinery and a trainer in the direct selling profession. Tammy’s greatest accomplishment is the amazing relationship she has with her four children.

Favorite Quote

“A quitter never wins and a winner never quits”

Must Read Book

The Thunder of Silence by Joel S. Goldsmithimage
Carpe Phonum by Tammy Stanleyimage Dictionary.com

Recommended Prospecting Tool

Face to face conversation

Contact Info

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