Go for Goals in the New Year

0
December 29, 2011

Tweet The New Year is a perfect time to reflect on your 2011 performance and create your 2012 goals. Dale Carnegie once said, “Inaction breeds doubt and fear.  Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”  If you...
Read More »

Circumvent Scrooge by Giving the Greatest Gift of All: Sincere Appreciation

0
December 22, 2011

Tweet Earlier this year, the state of Alabama determined that a teacher who accepts a Christmas turkey, gift card or any item with a specific monetary value from a student is breaking the state’s ethics law.  The penalty is up to a year in jail and a $6,000 fine for the teacher who accepts...
Read More »

Communication Tips for Overcoming Conflicts

0
December 21, 2011

Tweet Conflict happens, it just does sometimes. No two people think exactly the same way, nor do they perceive things in the same light. That’s when effective communication comes in to stop conflict before it gets out of control, and most importantly, before it happens. There are many reasons why conflict occurs, from personality...
Read More »

The Four Strategies of Selling

0
December 20, 2011

Tweet The main purpose of a salesperson is to get a little better every day. Most professionals in sales...
Read More »

Quick Tips for Perfecting Your Elevator Pitch by Being a Better Communicator

0
December 14, 2011

Tweet If you are a sales or business professional looking to make a great first impression, then the elevator...
Read More »

The Five Dimensions of Leadership HEART!

0
December 12, 2011

Tweet The old saying, “You’ve got to have heart; all you really need is heart!” should be a 2012...
Read More »

How Following Up Can Help You Land More Customer Sales

0
December 9, 2011

Tweet Being an effective sales person is more than just making fancy presentations and cold calling. Becoming a great...
Read More »