The Three Keys to Classic Sales

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October 26, 2011

Tweet Not every organization sells solely in the Web 2.0 world. Classic sales still happen every day. Jewelry, automobiles, and refrigerators still are sold in “on the floor” environments, and thousands of sales professionals are doing it.  Success is often a challenge for leadership, management, and the sales teams. It is near the end...
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The Rules of Engagement: Benefits of Employee Loyalty

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October 25, 2011

Tweet Did you know that keeping your employees engaged at work is the number one factor that can contribute to your organizational success? With the world economy in turmoil, this can be the key to controlling how your business will weather future storms. Employee loyalty can be thought of as a relationship of convenience,...
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Asking Questions Can Be the Key to Your Success

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October 21, 2011

Tweet The human mind is naturally curious, but somehow as we grow into adults and become working professionals we tend to ask fewer questions. This occurs for several reasons. One, is that we have learned to accept our careers, and our personal lives as they are. Second, because we worry that by asking too...
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The Power of Getting a “Yes, Yes” Response

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October 21, 2011

Tweet Projects rarely move forward and new initiatives are rarely successful if you do not have “buy in” from your...
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Find All Right Not All Wrong

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October 17, 2011

Tweet There are times in your life when nothing seems to go right.  It’s a sure bet that most...
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The Difference Between Uptown and Downtown

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October 13, 2011

Tweet If you do a search on the internet asking about the difference between uptown and downtown, you will...
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Long Way to Go and a Short Time to get There!

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October 12, 2011

Tweet Back in 1977, Bo (Bandit) Darville and Cletus (Snowman) Snow had a job to do. Bring 400 cases...
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