He is one that believes that even though his message often third person, delivered with a heavy measure of whit, often politically incorrect and occasionally carrying a sense of artistic vulgarity carries an important message.
The message that there are leaders in all walks of life who are not out enduring the heat of day, dodging the torrents of rain nor shivering from the cold while the sun sets on their assigned task. They cannot and often have never had the experience, the adrenaline driven thirst for success with each and every labor that envelopes your being, yet they lead.
Though the modern day term may be Arm Chair Quarterback, the definition holds true throughout time and testament. By right of birth, serendipitous luck or earning the grade then forgetting the roots of the journey which brought them there, many sit upon their high perch directing those who will toil in their names.
Their purpose, stature and often their very existence is based on your effort, your courage and your individual success at everything you do.
This, my new friend, is a fact of life.
The formidable challenge which I put before you in my written works as I have placed before myself daily in life is to succeed and lead in life itself, by example, deed and word.
Sleep well in the fact that you have done the right thing, set the right example and completed the task at hand to the best of your ability satisfying your own expectations every day.
If others shine due to your success or avoid one of life’s many pitfalls due to the lessons learned from your experience, then you are truly blessed.
This is how I live and the true description of one Ira D. Levofsky which I put in place as my profile for purposes of this quick introduction.
“It is easier to whisper advice from behind cover than to test its merit at the point of attack” (Unknown)
You, my friend, do not need someone teaching you how to woosaaaa or kumbaya. That's for all of those with the “I tried my best” signs on their desk.
What you hold in your hand right now is exactly what you need to help you succeed.
Just when do we stop talking and walk happily away with the signed order? I’m sure you will agree that this is truly that this is one of the most difficult things a salesman must do. You have your finger on the enter button, I’ll stop talking now.
A New Yorker is born with the ability to walk amongst the masses without even a consideration of banging into another body on the street.
It’s as natural as a river running around a rock.
That’s why when the Camel Jockey bumped into Sparky and continued on without even an apology, Sparky knew something was wrong.
With his secret agent training after seeing each 007 movie 23 times and his past e
Sparky did what came natural to any New York City born and raised, tough, streetwise former US Navy sailor.
He figured that in his position it would need to be balls to the wall to effect change in his life and found what he thought to be the perfect comfort zone, one of gambling, booze and broads.
IMPORTANT! Whoever is in charge of you going home must read Chapter One, cleverly titled Going Home, now before you go home.
What no one will tell you about surviving a heart attack and surgery.
The effects on your body, senses and mind. How you turn into a person not even you recognize and what it takes to return to normal by someone who has been there and done that.
Published: August 18, 2012.
Essay » Business
Selling is all about closing and the simplest way to learn to close is to convince yourself that you can and must close every sale every time. Here are the perfect examples of each situation both closing and not closing.
Published: December 7, 2011.
Essay » Business
Advice on the sales profession and life in general from a successful guy who has been there and done that.
WARNING: This book is not politically correct - but extremely accurate. If you are easily offended perhaps you should choose another profession like Sandpaper Tester or Field Asparagus Inspector. - Editor