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Defining a Sales Process

Sales are not by accident.

A successful sales team does not happen by accident. Instead, success comes from a constant evaluation of what is working or not working, documented in a sales playbook for the entire organization to benefit from, and weekly training is the foundation for sales success.  

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My BIGGEST F#@! Up of 2020

It goes without saying as a business owner, partner, or manager you are consistently looking for different avenues to increase revenue, improve customer service, find talented employees, and the list continues to grow. We also depend on professional services we outsource to have β€œour back”.

Now, this doesn’t mean auto-pilot or what’s in your best interest, it simply means they are completing tasks that you either do not have the skill, time, and/or resources to complete.

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How Businesses Can Turn To Digital Marketing To Survive COVID-19

During the midst of one of the largest pandemic in United States history, businesses are having a tough time continuing business as usual. Organizations are turning towards a "work from home" policy for their employees, but communication is still essential for businesses and individuals to survive.

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How to Keep Your Business Afloat after Losing Biggest Client

Being an entrepreneur is exhilarating and exhausting and both emotions can be experienced within hours or even minutes apart. Typically, I experience these emotions upon closing a new deal and/or walking out of the "breakup" meeting with one of our biggest clients. Both scenarios are unavoidable and every entrepreneur should plan accordingly. Briefly, I would like to share with you why I spend an equal amount of time analyzing and forecasting the loss of a client as I do the close of new business.

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Why Goals Unlock Success: CEO Advice

In most cases, an appropriate amount of time has not been allocated determining marketing goals. Instead, an absorbent amount of time was spent reviewing budgets, allocating resources, approving plans, building the right team, and .......... the list goes on. Without considering, "How do we know if we succeeded or failed?" There are six fundamental questions we always like to ask:

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