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How well do you know your target audience

You’ve likely spent countless hours building your brand, honing your sales process, and training your team – just as I have. Yet, how well can you define your target audience? If you can’t accurately and specifically define your potential clients, you’ll spend a lot of time talking to the wrong people. Many of my clients […]

4 Tips to Develop Your Best Elevator Pitch

Summer is quickly approaching, and so is the opportunity to meet potential customers in a variety of informal settings. Whether you find yourself on the golf course, playing tennis or strolling along the boardwalk, it is essential to be prepared with a simple, relevant elevator pitch. The right elevator pitch has the potential to captivate […]

7 LinkedIn Profile Must-Have’s

Whether you like it or not, LinkedIn is a social media force to be reckoned with. Don’t believe me? Check out these statistics: 350 million+ users 187 million+ unique visitors per month 40% of users check their profile daily 17 minutes is the average time a user spends on LinkedIn per month Few, if any, […]

3 Common Shortcuts You Can’t Use in Sales

I hear it over and over again. Isn’t there an easier way to do this? More often than not, the answer is “NO.” Successful sales people don’t succeed based on shortcuts (at least not over the long term). Below are 3 common shortcuts you can’t use in sales. 1. You can’t force the sale I […]

March Madness

Unless you live under a rock or on another planet, you at least know that March Madness is happening. While I am not a huge college basketball fan, I absolutely love March Madness. I probably don’t love it for the same reason die hard fans love it, or team fanatics love it, but nonetheless, I […]

Quit Saying You Need Things to Succeed

Salespeople are famous for asking their manager or owner for the newest, latest, and greatest. They say they need things like lead generation tools and automated marketing software. But all too often they are making excuses for their lack of production. Think about the good old days for a second (which I wasn’t a part […]

5 Ways To Make Content Convert

Every business needs to create content and distribute it throughout all of their marketing channels…website, social media, carrier pigeon, and more. And often the goal? To grow your subscribers, fans, and followers to new heights so more and more people read your content. But that goal isn’t a great one, well at least not in […]

5 Ways Dreams Become Realities

Have you ever had an amazing idea, or dreamt of accomplishing some huge goal, only to remember that every dream before it fell by the wayside? You wouldn’t be the only one. Now before I go any further, let me say that dreams are wonderful and have led to some of the most amazing accomplishments […]

It’s Time You Empty the Tank

Have you ever crossed the finish line after a race without collapsing or maybe finished a really tough workout without puking? Either of those endings would lead me to say that you had more in the tank. Now don’t get me wrong, we do need to pace ourselves, but proper pacing should till end with […]

Care-less People Sell Less

If you’re in the sales business, you’re in the people business. Believing in your product and convincing others to believe in your product (enough to buy it!) is at the heart of your profession. To do this effectively you must develop a deep understanding of who your customers are and how your product can improve […]