Thursday, 18 July
Today's Topic
On this day, Nadia got a 10


In 1976, at the age of 14, Comăneci was the first gymnast to be awarded a perfect score of 10.0 at the Olympic Games in Montreal.

At the same Games, she received six more perfect 10s for events en route to winning three gold medals.

(Standing O, anyone??)

So why is this important to you, Olympic Athlete Seller?

Nadia’s accomplishments are a reminder to shoot for 10s.

Nadia wasn’t competing for average. Neither are you.

Read More


Nadia was the first gymnast to successfully perform an aerial cartwheel-back handspring series on the balance beam.

What is your aerial cartwheel-back handspring?

While you should always focus on "development areas" (a benign term for "weaknesses"), don’t forget about your numerous strengths. There’s nothing wrong with shouting from the rooftops: "Nobody’s better at X than me."

Today, think about one of your specific superpowers and plot a way to push it even further.

Play to your strengths!

Read More


By now, you’re curious about what "perfect" looked like in 1976 to the gymnastic judges at the Montreal Games.

Sit back and enjoy Nadia’s grace, athleticism, strength…and perfection in this highlight clip from her timeless Olympics performance.

Visit Link

"I don’t run away from a challenge because I am afraid. Instead, I run toward it because the only way to escape fear is to trample it beneath your feet." Nadia Comăneci

Receive MySalesDay each morning in your inbox.

Each morning of the business week, you'll receive a 2-minute read summarizing a daily dose of selling best practices and inspiration.
No spam
At any time you wish to unsubscribe, email, and your inbox subscription will be canceled within 48 hours.
Please follow us on the MySalesDay LinkedIn page.

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.