And what I’ll do differently in 2021

Courtesy of Beautiful People Magazine

2020 was a tough year for people in plenty of industries and salespeople were some of the ones whose jobs were impacted by the global pandemic. As we turn towards setting our goals for 2021 it’s important to look back on the previous year, think about our experiences, and recall what worked and what didn’t — and why.

Success is driven by continuous improvement and self-reflection is one method we can use to help us get there. Here are 4 of the most impactful lessons I learned this year.

1. Someone is Always Buying

I promise this will be the only COVID-related point here.


Dare to take the plunge!

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If you’re like me you’ve dabbled in Python here and there. Curious to see what the hype is all about maybe you even downloaded an IDE and played around with some sample code but got stuck, gave up, and never clicked that icon again. As a source of self-motivation to dust off some half-completed personal projects and to share my experience — hopefully inspiring someone else who just needs that extra push — I’ll be writing a short series on getting started with Python. Automate the Boring Stuff with Python will be referenced as source material for this series and…

C. T. Chancelor

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