Entries by Stacey Ellen

5 Surprising Benefits to Becoming More Vulnerable

Recently I spoke at a couple of different conferences and one of the biggest takeaways I heard from people that attended was that they enjoyed speakers who were authentic and vulnerable. Some of us were taught that being vulnerable makes you look weak. Or, that if you become more vulnerable and share more of yourself […]

Conceive, Believe, and Receive Anything You Want

I used to think that things just happened. As I aged I started to expand my consciousness and became more aware of my role and responsibility in designing my reality. I learned that my thoughts, feelings, emotions, words and actions played a much bigger part in designing my reality than I realized. And now I […]

What Does Self-Compassion Have to do With Sales?

  If you ask, most people say, “Sure, I’m a compassionate person. I’m full of compassion for others. I take care of all of these people and I really love people and my clients.” Personally, I love when people share that they have a desire to take care of others. What I’m often seeing lacking […]

Set Intentions to Create Abundance

  I often get asked… Why are setting intentions as important as setting goals? Simple – when your intentions are aligned to what you want subconsciously, you are 100% more likely to accomplish those goals. An Intention is the mental that represents a commitment to carrying out an action or actions in the future. Intention involves mental […]

Follow-up with Ease: 7 Secrets to Sales Follow-up Mastery

Picture this: You meet someone, connect with them quickly and enjoy the conversation. You’re (hopefully, both) actively listening and sharing knowledge. Congratulations! You’ve just had a meaningful exchange with a stranger. So, right before you walk off, you remember to ask for their business card. You slip it in your purse or jean pocket, and […]

Making Powerful, Instant Connections

Calling myself a sales professional used to freak me out. I mean, really, I loved communications and connecting with others – I even have a degree in it! But like most of us, I didn’t learn sales from college courses or a certified program. It wasn’t until I started working for my first small company […]