t’s the day of that big client pitch you’ve been preparing for. In the morning, you get in the zone at the gym. Endorphins are flowing. You visualise facing the client and imagine the desired outcome (winning the account, no less). You form a huddle and get some extra motivation from your teammates. Then, you’re off.
Your game plan works. During the presentation, you feel confident. Your opposition nods in agreement as you spice up the story with some sports anecdotes.
A week later, the client replies. You nailed it. Colleagues come up to you with praise. “You hit that one out of the park!” “Good job – you just won one for the team!”
Posted on May 26, 2016 by EXOS
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