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Ask For Help

Too often people are afraid to ask for help in business. I have shared before that this is most likely pride and something we need to get rid of if we want to succeed. Today I decided to give the video blog a try. Please provide any comments and feedback you may have.

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The Root of the Problem

No matter how many different things you try and do, the root of your problem will always be the root of your problem. A terrible (and regularly unsuccessful) recurring theme in businesses that cannot grow sales is the act of adding more to the mess.  Hire more sales people (fire the old) Role out a […]

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Five To Stay Away From

If you are making any one of these mistakes below, you are pushing your customers right back out the door. The good news is that if you are reading this, you still have time to correct them.   Do you sell with IMPATIENCE? The best sales people and the best sales deals take time. The more […]

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Name Your Price

Your business probably didn’t start out as an auction house where low bidder wins. You had a vision, built a great plan and saw that plan as profitable. But recently you can’t stop your sales team from “matching pricing” or undercutting the competition. So where is all the profit now? It got swallowed up when […]

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Grace Motivates

  Today’s blog post is unconventional in that I am just going to copy and paste some excerpts from an article titled “How Grace Motivates” by Dr Justin Holcomb. It has such amazing insight into how we as leaders can motivate and inspire success in our teams. The original article can be found here.    […]

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Insanity

When it comes to working out, insanity can be great. They have even named a fitness brand after it (Check out Shaun T). If you aren’t familiar, the definition of insanity can be said as basically doing the same thing while looking for different results. When training your body this can work (to some degree). […]

Blanket Answers

In society today, we immediately think that we have an answer to our customer’s problem. And it’s just not sales people that do it. Doctors write prescriptions for symptoms because the medication has been known to suppress the symptoms in the past. But what if those symptoms actually lead to a different problem? The symptoms […]