Attaining goals 101

Brody, Marjorie
August 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Aug2007, Vol. 37 Issue 8, p20
The article focuses on the strategies that need to be considered by pharmaceutical representatives to be successful in the marketing sector. It emphasizes the importance of passion, persistence, and patience for representatives to achieve their goals. It also mentions the process often applied by people who set goals and ultimately achieved them. Such process involves writing of goals, keeping it visible, and referring to it regularly.


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