Showing posts with label Sales. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sales. Show all posts

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Holiday Deals: CheapOair

When it comes to the holidays and traveling, you can expect the unexpected, as traveling is something to expect, especially if you have family and friends who live far away. As a world traveler, I find myself interested in grabbing the best deals for the season and one of them I recently discovered is at CheapOair.

CheapOair is currently offering the following deals for the holiday season:

-Get 40% off of your next flight. Use code: HOLIDAY40. (ongoing)
-Save up to $15 on your next flight. Use code: NVB15. (Expires: November 30th 2015)
-Save up to $20 on your next flight for Thanksgiving. Use code: TURKEY
-After November 30th until December 31st, use code: CHEAPAIR15 to save up to $15 off.
-What are you doing the day and weekend after Thanksgiving? You may want to take advantage of these super savings. Get up to $20 off now. Use code: BFCM2015(Black Friday & Cyber Monday)
-Do you have any plans for the New Year? Check out more super savings. Use code: NEWYEAR2016. (New Year)
-Round Trip Flights for Under $150.
-4-Star Hotels Under $99.
-Get $10 off your next rental car. Use code: RENTACAR. (Expires: December 31st 2015)


Other offers:
Save up to $30 on your next flight to New England. Use code: NEWENG30. (Expires: November 30th 2015)
Save up to $15 on your next flight to Europe. Use code: EURO15. (Expires: November 30th 2015)
-Save up to $15 on your next global flight. Use code: WORLD15. (Expires: December 31st 2015)
-Save up to $15 on Last Minute traveling and get 40 to 65% off now. Use code: LM15. (Expires: December 31st 2015)
-Get $50 off group packages. Use code: GROUP50. (Expires: December 31st 2015)

Whether you are heading home for the holidays or simply heading to a new destination, you may want to check out CheapOair for your next flight. Just click here to book your flight now.


Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Santa Claus, Indiana

Santa Claus, Indiana, America's Christmas Hometown.
 
Christmas Lake Village.
 
Holiday World.
 
Holiday World and Splashin' Safari parking lot entrance.
 
Louis J. Koch and Christmas Blvd.

Holiday Foods, the main grocery store in Santa Claus, Indiana.

Are you going to call Santa's mom?

Holiday Blvd.

The largest church in Santa Claus, Indiana.
 
The Santa Claus Christmas store offers more than Christmas
ornaments and decor. It even offers food.

A glimpse inside the Santa Claus Christmas Store.

Christmas Blvd.

Old Tyme Liquors, the Wines & Spirits state store of Santa Claus.
 
The Santa Claus Christmas Store located at 33 North Kringle Place in the heart of Santa Claus, Indiana. Open Monday through Friday from 9 am until 6 pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 9 am until 8 pm.
 
The Santa Claus Christmas Store is fascinating and possesses so many beautiful Christmas items, that truly do put you in the spirit of the holiday. The best part is, they allow you to shop from home. With 5,000+ ornaments alone to choose from, there are so many things to love and appreciate, including their extensive personalized selections. + Free Shipping over $40 or if you purchase 4 or more personalized ornaments. Don't believe me? Just click here right now.
 
I've been to many holiday stores (including amazingly exciting Christmas stores) and this is one of the best Christmas stores you will visit.
 
Inside the Santa Claus Christmas Store.

If you ever decide to visit Santa Claus, Indiana, you must check out
the Santa Claus Christmas Store.

Look at all of those Santas...

Lots of Christmas trees and Christmas accessories. The
ornaments are amazing here.

You can even get your picture taken with Santa.

Frosty, is that you?
 
 
I absolutely love this sleigh, inside the Santa Claus Christmas
Store.

A look inside the Santa Claus Christmas Store.
 
I am struck by the Christmas trees and the color coordinating ornaments. To purchase one of these ornaments, just click here right now.
 




 
You just have to love this snowman.

 
I absolutely love Santa Claus, Indiana. It's an amazing place. You can travel the world and see a lot of incredible places, but there is nothing like this place. It's Christmas every single day. Whenever I get struck by the glory of being in a fairytale-like place such as Santa Claus, what I find fascinating is that the people who live here treat it as an amazing place to call home. 
 
The post office in Santa Claus, Indiana.
 
 
Location: Santa Claus, Indiana
Photos/Pictures by Sarah Afshar


Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Overcoming the fear of selling

For many of you the fear of selling anything is a huge challenge and obstacle for you from day to day. The first thing you need to do is find out exactly what it is you're afraid of. It is crucial to identify what is holding you back.

Are you afraid of success? Believe it or not there is an actual fear of success, as with success comes consequences and sometimes those are extremely hard to endure let alone deal with. Are you afraid of failure or rejection? Everyone gets rejected as everyone has failed at something. Does that mean to not try and to stop? Giving up is as good as losing, as not trying is basically losing already. This leads me to the question - do you fear being perceived as being pushy or persistent? You shouldn't care what others think of you, as it is your work that will do the talking. Do you fear that your product may not meet the expectations of your customer? There are billions of people on this planet. There will be many who love your work, some who will hate it, but in the end those who appreciate it will be those who are willing to help you grow.

The fact is, you can't come up with a solution if you don't know what the problem is. There's a huge misconception in direct sales being that you think you're 'imposing' on your friends, family or just a customer in general. As long as you feel as though you're imposing...you are. You need to love your product and feel as though you are offering a service. You're filling a need not a want and in the end, you need to be true to yourself and your product, as the rest will sell itself.

The reality is this - people are natural-born sellers. We just don't realize it when we're not making money from it. Let's say you go to a movie that you loved. And you have a friend who would enjoy it too. Wouldn't you recommend it to him/her?

So why is it that as soon as we go into sales we automatically feel as though we can’t recommend the products we sell? Especially if we possess knowledge about them and are confident about them. Wouldn't you want to recommend those to others? Why is it that we tend to feel guilty because we’re going to make a profit off of it?

If you are one that has a fear of selling, take some time today to figure out the cause of your fear, and take action to fix it. Don't think hypothetically, think practically. It is that simple.