Sales and Marketing experts Emora have this week opened up on why they believe positivity is so essential in the workplace. They fundamentally believe that one’s positive mindset correlates with their contractors either hitting or exceeding their sales targets. The firm is keen that their contractors utilise the upcoming Christmas season to exceed their goals and are confident that their mindset will play a significant role in their results during Q4.
One of the core values that Emora hold close is the importance of positivity and have over the past year worked to make sure they create a positive work environment. Through their one on one mentorship and daily workshops, the firm is confident they have built a culture of positivity that will raise the spirits of their workforce. While Emora has tried their hardest to promote positivity, they also understand that individuals have to put some effort in to remain positive and have this week released their top tips on maintaining positivity.
Confusion over professionals goals can often lead to negativity. Emora wants each of their contractors to write down each their goals at the start of each week, so they are clear on what they need to do. This will lessen their confusion and stress, and in turn, increase the likelihood of a positive mindset.
Take care of your body
The firm is strong proponents of the idea that individuals should control the things they can and try not to worry about those they cannot. One of the most comfortable and most effective things people can control is how they treat their bodies. The firm places its trust in the multitude of scientific research that suggests ones positive mental health is linked in part to the amount of sleep they receive, what they eat and if they exercise regularly.
The firm wants to contest the sales and marketing industry requires 100 percent of an individuals time. The company asks their contractors to take regular breaks both on a daily basis and also in the form of mini-vacations to improve their mood. They understand that the role can be tiring and people need time away from the ins and outs of sales to improve their chances of remaining positivity.
Emora hopes their contractors take on board these tips to increase their levels of positivity and in turn allow them to exceed their sales targets. They want to maximise their successes in the Christmas season and know that if their team hits the ground running, they will improve their chances of success.