As a business owner or entrepreneur, do you sometimes feel guilt and shame around selling and sales? If so, that feeling may also be a sign that your success and overall possibilities are being limited by the way you're selling.Here's the good news. There is a different way to view sales that can dramatically change your process and success outcomes. In The Serving Mindset: Stop Selling and Grow Your Business, author Farnoosh Brock positions selling as serving and takes readers through the process of why and how to acquire the “serving mindset” and put it into practice.The best ways to connect with Farnoosh Brock online are:Website: https://www.farnooshbrock.com/Website: https://www.prolificliving.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fbahram/About the PROFITABLE HAPPINESS™ Podcast:In this podcast, we feature stories from highly successful Experts and Creative Entrepreneurs who exemplify the use of Profitable Happiness™ to build influence and business success. For a weekly journey of music, marketing, and motivation, subscribe to the PROFITABLE HAPPINESS™ Podcast with Dr. Pelè.https://drpele.com
Episode 62 Farnoosh Brock - an inspiring conversation around mindset and how to apply that to our health and wellness goals.
The Fasting Highway
By Farnoosh Brock. I am Farnoosh Brock, the founder and president of Prolific Living, a company I started in 2011 after a long corporate career at a Fortune 100. I quit my job at Cisco when I realized that my contribution to the world lies in other gifts that I've been able to express through coaching, speaking, writing, and training. Together with my husband, Andy, we left the employee mindset behind and became full-time entrepreneurs and have never once looked back! I'm the author of 4 traditionally published books, 3 blogs, 1 podcast (The Daily Interaction Show), ebooks, and several programs on career advancement, mindset, and self-empowerment. I'm also a crazy avid yogi and a proud Intermittent Faster! On my foray into fasting: I've been extremely gifted with amazing health all my life, and maybe that's why I am obsessed with the idea of health, vitality, longevity, and fitness. I was big into juices & smoothies & healing drinks for years but as I entered my 40s, my body stopped responding to the old 'health tools' and my relationship with food became a love-hate and I felt so confused about how to stay vigilant & feel great. Fasting has truly healed all of that and more. Farnoosh. How to connect with Farnoosh. Instagram Farnoosh Brock (@prolificliving) • Instagram photos and videos Prolific Living | Smart Habits for Rich Living. News My own book, The Fasting Highway is available on Amazon in both paperback and kindle. For Australian and New Zealand residents, you can buy the book direct from me at www.thefastinghighway.com. For the rest of the world, Amazon is your best option. Thank you to the many who have bought a copy of my book much appreciated. The link below will take you to my book on Amazon. Amazon.com: the fasting highway Follow me on Instagram or my web page or join my Facebook group. Graeme Currie (@graemecurrie_63) • Instagram photos and videos The Fasting Highway with Intermittent Fasting Advocate Graeme Currie The Fasting Highway -Intermittent Fasting Podcast And Book | Facebook Enjoy the Show Graeme--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/graeme-currie/message
Farnoosh Brock: Developing a Successful ‘Serving Mindset’
Tech Diva Success
Farnoosh artistically blends mindset and career success in this episode. Farnoosh Brock is a coach, author, and engineer on a mission to help people move from selling to serving with a focus on mindset. Farnoosh was born and raised in Iran before she moved through Turkey and into the United States for her higher education. Farnoosh takes her experience from being an engineer and project manager to executive communications and sales operations with the tech giant Cisco Systems. Farnoosh joins host Nicole Scheffler to kick off the episode talking about how to define success, core values, and boundaries. They touch on how to blaze your own trail in your career and go deep into the serving mindset. Learn how to leverage the power of giving to earn trust and accelerate your sales. New episodes released Tuesdays. Visit us online at TechDivaSuccess.com for more links from this episode.
[BEST OF] How To 'Serve' Rather Than 'Sell' with Farnoosh Brock
Stand Out Get Noticed
Do you dislike the idea of 'selling yourself' or selling services to others? Author and professional coach Farnoosh Brock shares why you need to stop 'selling' - and start 'serving' instead. I learned powerful mindset shifts from Farnoosh that changed the way I do business, so I am confident you will also find value in this episode. This was originally published as Episode 182 of the Stand Out Get Noticed podcast. I am currently on maternity leave and will return with new episodes in January 2021! ABOUT THE C METHOD: We help ambitious professionals and business leaders achieve higher levels of confidence, influence and impact in the workplace through developing powerful speaking and communication skills. OUR PROGRAMS: Love the podcast and want more? Join The C Method Academy and get exclusive access to 200+ podcast episodes, monthly Masterclasses, live Q&A calls & our support community. Join now https://www.thecmethod.com/join Want to take your development to the next level? Apply for Speak Up & Lead, our small group online coaching program. Next program starts January 2021 https://www.thecmethod.com/groupcoaching Want individual attention and customised training? Enquire about our VIP 1:1 coaching programs https://www.thecmethod.com/coaching/ The post [BEST OF] How To 'Serve' Rather Than 'Sell' with Farnoosh Brock appeared first on The C Method with Christina Canters.
How do we get more comfortable with selling and the conversations we must have with potential clients in order to make sales? On this episode of the No Hustle Club podcast, Farnoosh Brock is teaching us how to transform our aversion to selling. Farnoosh breaks down the conversations around selling that make us uncomfortable and shares her approach in replacing selling with serving. Farnoosh is a corporate and online business coach and the author of The Serving Mindset. In this episode she shares the transformation she went through when she transitioned from working in corporate to becoming a business owner. To listen to the entire interview, go back and hit play on episode 10. Thanks for spending time with us today! Let me know what holds you back in generating sales over on instagram and don't forget to share this episode with a friend. Talk to you soon! SHOWNOTES: www.thestrategiste.com/episode48
Serving Mindset: Stop Selling and Grow Your Business with Farnoosh Brock
Sales POP! Podcasts
If you feel like you have to apologize to the customer while doing your sales job, that is because you have the wrong mindset. So, our today’s guest in Expert Insight Interview is Farnoosh Brock, and she discusses her new book, The Serving Mindset: Stop Selling and Grow Your Business.
Farnoosh Brock is an executive coach, author and speaker. In this episode, she shares some of the same insights and advice that has helped countless leaders maximize their potential! Learn more about her at: https://www.farnooshbrock.com/ Find her book, The Serving Mindset, here: https://www.farnooshbrock.com/book/ You can find her on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fbahram/
Farnoosh Brock went from electrical engineer and rising leader at a Fortune 100 company to a coach, speaker, author, and trainer in 2011 when she started her coaching & consulting company. She believes that changing our conversations from selling to serving can be a competitive advantage in business, career, and life. In addition to her book, The Serving Mindset: Stop Selling and Grow Your Business, she is the creator of several leadership & advancement courses. Learn more at www.farnooshbrock.com.
Farnoosh Brock reads from her book The Serving Mindset: Stop Selling and Grow Your Business.The New Story Is was originally called Written, Spoken with Dave Ursillo, a podcast in which the written word came to life as the spoken word through the voices of the writers who wrote them.Created and hosted by writer, author, and teacher of creative self-expression Dave Ursillo (DaveUrsillo.com, TheNewStory.Is), Written, Spoken was a creative experiment that blended mixed mediums to explore a new way of connecting with audiences.The show's first two seasons remained archived and available for your listening enjoyment.Season 2, Episode 6 of 'Written, Spoken' discusses Farnoosh's journey growing up in Iran during the Iranian Revolution before immigrating with her family to the United States as a child, where she became an electrical engineer and rising leader at a Fortune 100 company. But her self-described boredom—and a challenge from her husband to attend a blogging conference in 2010—spun her life into an entirely new direction. Today, Farnoosh is a consultant, executive coach, author, speaker, and trainer who is on a mission to change conversations around selling to serving, which she says can be a competitive advantage not only in business and career but in life.In this interview, Farnoosh and Dave discuss:Why do so many people resist and resent selling?The difference between being of service and being subservient to othersHow Farnoosh immigrated to the United States with her family and has gone on to train the likes of the United States Air Force in leadership crisis trainingSubscribe now to our new show, The New Story Is, to join Dave on a journey that explores the shared stories and myths that shape our perceptions of life in our world today, including interviews and analysis from special guest interviewees who are championing the new stories of our time, for the good.Visit the author's online home at FarnooshBrock.comLearn more about Dave at DaveUrsillo.com or follow Dave on InstagramGet coaching and consulting support from Dave and his company, The New Story CompanyVisit our podcast page at TheNewStory.Is/Podcast, where you can leave feedback and nominate a guest for our seriesThe new theme song for The New Story Is is by Yrii Semchyshyn of Coma Media Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Farnoosh Brock - How to determine the best place to reenter the workforce
Get a Job, Here's How
Farnoosh Brock went from electrical engineer and rising leader at a fortune 100 tech company to being a coach. Speaker, author and sales trainer in 2011 when she started her company, Prolific Living, her work around crucial conversations and trusted relationships inside the serving mindset framework has helped many businesses and individuals to raise their income, influence, and impact.In addition to her latest book, The Serving Mindset. Stop Selling and Grow Your Business, Farnoosh is the creator of the Crack the Code to Get Promoted corporate leadership and advancement course, as well as the author of three health books and a wellness program. She is also an avid yoga practitioner, an amateur golfer, and a world traveler.Farnoosh and Katie discuss that the first step to determining where to enter the workforce is to ask "Why you want to reenter the workforce."Getting really clear on that helps you to get to know yourself, understand what's important to you at this stage and what is going to energize and invigorate you at your next role.Sometimes people know what they DON'T want to do, but they don't know what they do want to do. To find the answer to this question, start by doing an assessment of your skills and abilities. Then ask if you are passionate about it. If you are both skilled and passionate that is an area to focus on finding a role. That's the intersection of your skills and passions. That is your zone of genius.The statistics used to be that people would have seven different jobs over the course of their career, but now the numbers say that people will have seven different careers over the course of their working years.As your deciding what type of work to go back to, it can be helpful to ask about each of your skills: "Is this energizing me?" That's a great question to really help guide you toward doing work that you're happy doing.