Annual “crying sumo” events are held in several Japanese cities every year. These feature sumo wrestlers holding specially dressed toddlers out in front of them. The heavyweight wrestlers sweet talk the little ones into crying, and the first sumo holding a bawling baby is declared the winner.
How good are you at selling?
I mean, are you really great, just spectacular at persuading prospects to buy?
Think of yourself holding a competing rep in your hands, squeezing him or her until they cry like babies.
So your decision today is whether you want to be that baby getting squeezed out of commissions, or that sumo squeezing the sales life out of other reps, until they weep with fear at your presence.
What’ll it be? Overpowering strength and skill or child-like earnings?