We talk to the Entrepreneurial Brander himself, Dominique Edmond, in this episode. He is the owner/founder of Empoword Publishing Worldwide, marketing guru, eMixer Club advocator, and innovator for entrepreneurs on Clubhouse every Saturday at 7 am CST. His book Get Excited: Effectively Managing Distractions and Adversities So You Can Crush It in Sales is essential for people within the sales and marketing industry. It's also an excellent read for any entrepreneur and business owner who is trying to increase their sales numbers and help your team to help them effectively manage distractions and adversities when they arise – and they will arise. You can get your copy at https://www.getexcitedbook.com or https://amzn.to/3ulvLJE
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Author/Founder/President of Empoword Publishing Worldwide
I was born in Lafayette, Louisiana. After graduating from high school, I went to college at Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Food Science and Management. After graduating college, I started my career in management, serving in the sectors of restaurant, hospitality, and retail. I quickly discovered that the art of sales was critical in every industry I entered so when the opportunity to go into direct sales came up, I took it. It was during my experience in this role as a sales rep that I learned how difficult it is to find your mojo and maintain it. I watched as my team and I encountered more distractions and setbacks than ever. Through my experience and with the help of my coach, I learned how to overcome adversity and distractions in and out of the field so that I can consistently perform at optimal levels. I then shared with others the tips that had been shared with me and I saw others staying focused and getting similar or better results than what I had achieved.