How to Beat The Summer Sales Slump
Much of the country has been sweltering with +90 temperatures – in South Florida, we just call that summer. Summer is often slow for sales people. Part of its due to attitude – it’s vacation, why am I working? Part of its due to changed daily schedules due to vacations. And part of its due to not staying Fit To Sell.
I’m not a health or nutrition expert, but I’ve been living in south Florida for over 20 years, and I know there’s a sure-fire way to help conquer your summer sales slump:
Sound easy? It is. But too many people go about their daily routine in the sweltering temperatures and forget that when the weather changes, your daily routine should change too.
Studies have shown that even mild dehydration
can have adverse effects on mood and energy.
Symptoms of Dehydration
- loss of energy
- lack of concentration
- slower reaction times
- memory loss and confusion
Dehydration can sneak up on you – athletes know how dehydration affects performance – and that waiting until you’re thirsty is often too late.
Tips for Staying Hydrated from Everyday Health
- Keep your water bottle handy.
- Spice up plain water.
- Try different teas.
- Makeover your snacks.
- Pile on the produce.
- Sip more during meals.
- Opt for room temperature or cooler water.
Beat the summer sales slump by staying hydrated, sharp and high energy.
How does the Sales Assassin stay hydrated? After my morning coffee, plain old water.
this article originally appeared on LinkedIn
about Anthony Caliendo:
I’m an entrepreneur and sales professional with over 20 years of successful sales and sales management experience. My expertise in sales, marketing and business development spans from small business to international companies.
I’m the best-selling author of The Sales Assassin: Master Your Black Belt in Sales, winner of the 2015 USA Book News business book award for entrepreneurs and small business.
I provide personal sales coaching; and consult, speak and train about growing and motivating your sales team to businesses, corporations and conferences across the nation, as well as a guest contributor and sales expert for TV and radio, and professional organizations.