Business and sales leader, as well as author and blogger, who brings to life the science of human behaviour and motivation. Greg is a graduate from Newcastle University and a lifelong student of the sciences unlocking the complexities of human behaviour. With 30 years operational sales and management experience he brings resources and a wealth of practical ideas when influencing others decisions and their behaviour is critical to success.
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Why Scars Make Life So Much More Interesting
By Gregory Ferrett Welcome to Monday Last week I had a few cancerous skin spots removed – one of them on my face. The doctor, when explaining the procedure, told me how much skin they needed to cut outside the … Continue reading
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Why is it top performers demand coaching?
By Gregory Ferrett Welcome to Monday I was listening to the commentary of the Australian Open tennis this week and the commentators were debating the wisdom of one of the players entering the competition without a coach – the only … Continue reading
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How can a sales goal destroy a perfectly good year?
By Gregory Ferrett Welcome to Monday I was talking with a ‘star’ sales performer earlier this week and asked him “How did your year shape up?” “I achieved 117% of my target!” I could hear the excitement in his voice … Continue reading
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