Telemarketing Tip: Fear Is a Great Motivator

Telemarketing Tip- Fear Is a Great Motivator

Letting go doesn’t mean you’re weak, it means that you can finally stand on your own

As telemarketer, I couldn’t agree more. There comes a time that we are afraid to stand up when harsh words and personal feelings began to overcome us. We feel as if we aren’t good enough, so we asked ourselves “why should we stay any longer?” but this thought of ours only clouds our judgment.

Fear lives with us, so it’s normal to be afraid of things that easily scare us, whether it’s a spider or our Account manager. But don’t let this fear become the reason why you should quit, you are just running from your problem and that isn’t advisable.

F.E.A.R: Forget Everything And Run or Face Everything And Rise”

A quote that I stumble upon on while searching for a good meaning of Fear. So why did I use fear as a sub-topic in my article? Well, basically, like I said before, fear lives within us. Fear will always be present. Fear is the reason why we are still alive.

Fear Is a Great Motivator

If you asked different telemarketers whether they’re afraid or not, you’ll get responses like this “No, I’m not afraid, why should i?” “Of course, I’m afraid, I’m afraid of my account manager. I don’t want to be humiliated again” and “I don’t know, should i? Should I be afraid?”

Well, some of you might agree with the first one or the second or the third one, but one thing still remains clear. Fear forces us to;  become better, to become dependable, and to become the person we want to be. Fear can be a powerful ally once you’ve accepted it whole.

 

Overcoming your fear can help you generate leads, by not being afraid of what prospects might say that can put your communication skill in question.

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