Keynote Presentations

How to Increase Your Strength, Pride & Stamina as a Mindful Sales Professional

Presented by Holly Duckworth and Eric Szymanski

There are good days in sales, and there are challenging days. It’s an everyday journey. The stress of living and selling yourself as a sales professional today requires us to have focus and stress reduction techniques while selling. You have to look at your business mindset and the sales process in a different way.

In this keynote you will learn many tools available, so you intentionally create more good sales days than bad. It’s a choice to be in the moment and look at life positively. To reframe the challenging days and renew. As a result of this session, you will make a commitment to being your most empowered and confident self while selling your unique product, or service.

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Key Takeaways

Identify the difference between meditation and mindfulness
Choose one applied mindfulness technique you can use to increase the pride in what you do for a living
Receive a copy of Mindful Selling mini-poster to keep your mindful selling practice top of mind each day
Learn what research shows about how stress reduction increases your focus and close rate
Experience applied mindfulness you can do at your desk, in your car, everywhere you go to elevate your overall sales success
Ms. Duckworth and Mr. Szymanski modeled a rarely used but powerful approach of co-presentation extraordinarily well, illustrating both how and why speakers should consider employing this technique. At the end, they transitioned seamlessly from a formal presentation into a highly informative question/answer dialog.

Attendees left enriched with readily applicable sales approaches, easily used methods for centering and focusing themselves, and, in the case of most, with Ms. Duckworth’s impressive resource books. The Speakers Association of Hawaii is lucky indeed to have had this excellent presentation.

Ethan Allen

Ph.D. Neuroscience


Karla Merrell

Ian Black

Carrie Zimmerman