Making Sales

Making Money

15 Ways to Make Quick Cash on the Side

If you need money quickly, here are some solid ideas.

4 Outdated Tactics That Sabotage Your Sales

It seems counterintuitive, but you'll close more deals if you stop pitching. Ask questions, listen and get to know what your prospective client really needs.

3 Ways to Read Your Customers' Minds

Try these scrappy ways to gather intelligence and write sales copy that prospects can't resist

If 80 Percent of Success Is Showing Up Then 20 Percent Is Following up

The excuses are many, but the solution is surprisingly simple.

It's Mid-Year and Time for a Reality Check

Set your goals exuberantly but evaluate your progress soberly.

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