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Inspiring Quotes from Asian Entrepreneurs for Appointment Setters

Inspiring Quotes from Asian Entrepreneurs for Appointment Setters
Appointment setting may seem a comfy job, but very challenging. To keep a steady momentum, one should have self-motivation – something that would add excitement to “do”, and “learn” things.. Below are 7 inspiring quotes from famous Asian entrepreneurs that an Appointment Setter should live by: “I think the number one advice I can give is – you just have to start it. Just get your feet in the water and do it. I learned a lot from just trying it out.” – Yoshikazu Tanaka, GREE A cup of coffee and happy thoughts will energize your mind and body to go through the day’s work. Pull up all your online resources and prepare materials before you start calling: phone, headsets and campaign script. Related: To Use or Not to Use a Script? “You need to love your work, and work hard at it…Constantly ask yourself, what is the most important thing to you right now.” – Le hong Minh, VNG Love your work – it’ll show in the numbers. A 180 – 230 calls quota everyday is haunting. Good job! Do more, think less.

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