Monday, April 18, 2011

A to Z Guide to Selling More: G is for Gracious

Lucy Ke mentioned it in one of her posts earlier this year, "3 Qualities of Successful Professional," and I couldn't agree more.

One quality of people who are great to work with is they are gracious. Lucy said, "This isn’t just 'pinky-extended' hospitality, but refers to personal civilities—focusing on positives, treating others with unfailing courtesy, keeping promises, and sharing praise and credit on team projects. Many times you’ll hear the word “selfless” used about such people (just as there is no i in team, there are a couple of those in self-aggrandizing)…."

If you exude this quality, people and clients are more likely to want to work with you.

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