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Episode Info: It’s crucial for salespeople to be well-equipped with lots of great ideas. But having an idea and getting a great reaction to your idea are two very different things. Not to mention - getting a great idea at the exact moment you need one can be quite a challenge to overcome. So, how do you come up with a great idea the moment you need it? In today’s training episode, I share the 10 work habits that make up the creative process my team and I use to consistently and quickly develop great ideas. I explain how to create momentum to take your idea from concept to completion. I discuss why it’s important to schedule brainstorm sessions on your calendar and how taking breaks can help you recharge your creative energy. I also explain how continuously learning new concepts and skills helps fuel your creativity and why you should always write down your ideas - even if you’re not helpful for the project you’re currently working on.   “If you want a great idea to bloom, first gain creative momentum.” - Steve Bookbinder   This week on Food For Thought Lunchbreak: The benefits of scheduling your brainstorming sessions with yourself or your team on your calendar Giving yourself a starting point to develop new ideas Using working titles for your big ideas Pruning your ideas and why it’s important to keep your writing and editing tasks separate in your process How changing the order of your proposal can impact your customer’s reaction The benefits of giving yourself (and your brain) a break to recharge your creativity How constantly learning new things fuels your creativity The importance of writing down all of your ideas - even if they won’t serve you immediately   4 Steps to Build Your Creative Momentum: Schedule the brainstorming appointment. Save your “spare parts” into one easily found folder. Practice reacting to negative comments with encouragement instead of defensiveness. Keep the momentum going.   It’s Time to Get More Sales Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of Food For Thought Lunchbreak with Steve Bookbinder. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show, and leave us an honest review. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and share your favorite episodes on social media. And for more great content, news, and information on sales and marketing, be sure to visit the DM Training website. Food For Thought Lunchbreak with Steve Bookbinder is produced by Auxbus. You can create your own great podcast - faster and easier - at Auxbus.comSee for privacy information....
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