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Chris Spurvey chats with Charlene Day

Chris Spurvey chats with Charlene Day

Getting to Know Wellness Coach Charlene Day.

Chris Spurvey interviews Charlene Day

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Charlene is a wellness coach, author, and speaker. Charlene had mentored Chris a number of years ago and they do a bit of catching up. Charlene talks on the subject of hating the idea of sales, why it's important to connect with the customer; not fire hose them, and why medication is an important part of Charlene's life. Charlene also recommends the book, How the World Sees You by Sally Hogshead and believes it's a great way to understand yourself better. 

 

Key Takeaways:

[5:00] Charlene hated the idea of sales. 

[6:30] We are always selling. 

[9:00] In the beginning, Charlene would only talk about the product and not ask the customer any questions on what they wanted. 

[9:40] Charlene lost about a 1,000 people by fire hosing them. 

[11:20] Asking questions helps you get to know people and find out what they're looking for. 

[14:10] Take the focus off yourself. Focus on the other person and connect with the other person. 

[17:55] Charlene recommends How the World Sees You by Sally Hogshead. 

[21:20] Chris recommends Amazon Prime. 

[22:30] The one thing Charlene can't live without? Medication. 

[25:45] Medication helps you take time out of your busy life. 

[28:30] You can go to Chris's website to download a free chapter of his book, It's Time to Sell. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

ChrisSpurvey.com

How the World Sees You by Sally Hogshead.

To Sell Is Human by Daniel Pink

The 30 Laws of Flow by Charlene Day. 

http://charleneday.com/

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