3 Lessons J.K. Rowling Taught Me About Sales Opportunities
The author of the now-legendary classic "Harry Potter" series was a broke stay-at-home mom who simply learned how to seize opportunity.
4 Sales Prospects You Must Understand
I want to give you examples of four prospects that you might recognize, and a potential close to meet their personal buying styles.
What Else Went Wrong for Apple Besides Predicted iPhone Slump
Apple sales slumped 13 percent as many product categories fell.
Can Your Company's Culture Disrupt the Sales Side of Your Business?
Transparency is everything. People want to know with whom they are doing business.
8 Powerful Tools to Amplify Traffic and Boost Sales
There are highly effective technologies available to ramp up the efficiency of every task needed to find clients and close deals.
The Only 2 Answers You Need to Figure Your Next Move
Success is sometimes as simple as asking the right questions.
Phil La Duke
When Clients Ask for Discounts, Ask Them ... Why?
Don't people recognize that businesses (like my own) make their living off this service?
How Technology Is Reshaping American Spending Habits
As technology evolves, the innate spending habits of consumers gradually become aligned with new developments
Why Do You Hate Selling? Because You're Being Selfish.
Sales and marketing guru Ben Angel tells you how to change your mindset to customer-first.
It's All About Accountability For Sales Managers
Leaders who deliver accurate forecasts will rise through the ranks thanks to accountability.
Inbound Marketing -- What is it and Why Does it Matter?
Customers will respond to inbound strategies by returning value back to your business.
6 Tips for Converting Leads Into Clients
These easy-to-follow strategies will help you turn those eager prospects into happy customers.
What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From the New TBS Show, 'America's Greatest Makers'
Failure is not the end, think big but keep it simple and keep on learning are just a few entrepreneurial truisms you can takeaway from the new TV series.
Like a Toddler Hitting a Tee-Ball, an Entrepreneur Will Fail Without Focusing on First-Things-First
Patrick Bet-David says forget about maximizing the efficiency of your internal accounting systems for a minute. Do you have a lot of customers, and are they happy?
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