Wednesday, August 22, 2012


1.    Don't criticize, condemn or complain. Never be rude or insulting.
2.    Give honest, sincere appreciation.
3.    Arouse in the other person an eager want. Remember to keep in touch with friends, and family, it will be appreciated.
4.    Become genuinely interested in other people.
5.    Smile when you see people you recognize. As you walk through the office, down the hallway, etc., you may realize that it's a natural reaction to look at something else or do something with your hands rather than acknowledge a new acquaintance. Try your best to look in their direction and give them a warm smile to let them know you care.
6.    Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves.
7.    Talk in terms of the other person's interest.
8.    Make the other person feel important - and do so sincerely.
9.    The only way to get the best of an argument is to avoid it.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

5 Steps To a Conversation: "The Brett Siler Basics of Business”

Brett Siler

Introduction: The 3 Non Verbals

                     S.E.E. Principles

                                  Smile: Mirror Effect
                                  Eye Contact: Establishes Trust                                  Excitement: Excitement is Contagious

                     Ice Breaker

                                  Relax the Person and Yourself
                                  Keep It Short and Simple -(Use Humor)
                                  Who, What and Why -(Keep It to 10-15 Seconds)
                                  Ask Yes/Yes Questions
                                  Possession is 9/10 of the Law
                                  Show the Value/Stress the Deal
                                  Help Them See that the Product will Work for Them

Short Story: -K.I.S.S IT

                       K.I.S.S. Principal

                       Qualify Yourself

                       Qualify Them

Presentation: -Meat and Potatoes

                      Put the Product in their Hands

                      Use the Circle Method

People Remember the First and Last Thing They are Told

                     Paint the Picture

Close: -ABC (Always Be Closing)

                        With Confidence

Listen and Watch for Buying Signs, Then Stop, Answer, and Close
Use your Jones Effect with Fingerprints and Others That Have Helped Out
                                    Assume The Sale

Rehash: -PUBS

                         Double Your Cash

Pitch Multiples (2,4,6,) Go for the Gusto
Use Examples (Gifts, B-Days, Toys 4 Tots, Fire Houses, etc.)
Be Direct (Takes 30 Seconds, Cash, Check, or Charge!!)
Stress the Deal (Suggested Retail for X  Amt…Today Half Price)

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

8 Great Work Habits: "Habits of a Successful Businessman"

Brett Siler - Habits of a Successful Bussinessman
1. Have A Great Attitude:

   Your Attitude will Determine your Success
   Surround Yourself with Winners and Soon you will Become One.

2. Be On Time:

   If You’re Not Early, You’re Late
   Timing is Essential for Management

3. Be Prepared:

   Be a Strategist Plan Ahead
   Think and Be Organized for Every Possible Situation

4. Work Your Full 8 Hours:

   Go the Extra Mile to Achieve your Goals
   That is what you are Supposed to Do

5. Work Your Territory Correctly:

   It’s a Numbers Game - Talk to Everyone
   Believe in the LOA - 1 out of 10

6.  Maintain Your Attitude:

   Protect your Attitude - Each “No” is Closer to a “Yes”
   Mental Toughness - Start and End with a Great Attitude

7. Know Why You Are Here:

   Know your Purpose for Being Here
   Family:Fortune:Fame:Freedom Never Forget

8. Take Control:

   Of your Situation: Of your Customer
   Most importantly of your Future

Brett Siler's Leadership


Reconition of this key truth - a central tenet of my philosophy - is essential to authentic leadership: Dont allow others, including your competitors, to define you or your organzation.  Instead, define yourself and those you lead by the qualities and characteristics of your vision, and its definition of Competitive Greatness and Success
-John Wooden

Monday, August 13, 2012

Business Owner Brett Siler “Gives Back” by Making Personal Donations to Operation Smile Brett Siler, a successful business owner, gives back to his community by donating to national charities.

Brett Siler by Making Personal Donations to Operation Smile  
PRLog (Press Release) - Sep 09, 2010 - 
[Los Angeles, CA] (September 9, 2010) – Brett Siler, a business owner and business consultant, plans to make monetary donations to Operation Smile.  

By making these donations, Brett Siler will help Operation Smile fulfill their various goals, which include providing free surgeries for children born with cleft lip or cleft palate.  At Operation Smile, donations will pay for a surgery that will change a child’s life forever.  Each of these simple surgeries will allow them to gain the confidence they need to grow and mature into an adult.    

“When I heard about Operation Smile I could not wait to get involved.  I am blown away by how many people have put aside their economic problems and focused on helping these children have a better life,” says Brett Siler.

Brett Siler has owned several businesses and been a part of different sales and marketing industries since 2001.  He started his career in the field of sales and marketing.  Siler later decided to become an entrepreneur in 2003 and opened up his first business.  Since 2003 Siler has owned companies focused in the industry of sales and marketing.  He works with companies to provide them with a sales force that increase the customer base and market share.  He has proven to be a top performer in his industry. His experience in directing business to business sales teams, residential sales teams as well as retail vendor sales teams prepared him for entrepreneurship.

Because of the success that Siler has experienced over the last ten years, he has decided to give back to the community by getting involved with charities.   In addition to Operation Smile, Siler has future plans to get involved with several different charities and organizations.  

“At this point in my life I have experienced a lot of success and I have also had my fair share of failures.  The mistakes I have made in the past have allowed me to grow into the business owner I am today.  If it hadn’t been for the support of others giving to me when they really didn’t have to, I wouldn’t have made it to where I am today.  This life lesson is one of the reasons I feel so passionate about getting involved in with the community.  It makes me feel good to know I can help others in a time of need,” says Siler.

Siler is currently working with and consulting several different businesses in his industry and plans to get them involved with additional organizations and charities.  Siler has future plans which include expanding his business into several additional states.  He plans on influencing his business partners to contribute to the community as well. As his business grows his goals include increasing his involvement with foundations and charities such as Operation Smile.   

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