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6 Easy Ways Your Team Can Ramp Up Sales Now!

The tendency this time of year is to stop selling. You’ve heard every excuse. I can’t reach anyone. Budgets are already spent. And I’m sure a myriad of others. It’s also easy to get sucked

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Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Annually – Make Time for Sales

I Didn’t Sell This Week What?   Do you ever get to the end of a week and wonder why you didn’t have time to do the prospecting or business development work you needed to do? Ever get to the

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Do it, Delete it or Delegate it!

We all need more selling time! But how do we get it when there are so many other things that pull our attention away? Just email alone can swallow up 2 hours of my day. The inbox fills up within minutes

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Attract Your Ideal Customers by Staying “Top of Mind”

This week I met with Randy Thelander, Photographer and Owner of Snapshots of Life Photography. He has been doing photography as a hobby for over 35 years. In the last two years he has become the preferred

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What to do at the Trade Show: Part 3

In part one of this series I mentioned that a successful trade show plan has 3 phases; what you do before the event, during the event and after the event. In part two of the series I gave you some tips

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What to do at the Trade Show: Part 1

How many of you are doing trade shows as a way to develop leads?  I know many of my clients are. They spend a lot of money and often get disappointing results.  Trade shows can be a good source of leads

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The Easiest Business You Will Ever Get

The Easiest Business You Will Ever Get

What’s the easiest business you will ever get? The easiest business you will ever get is more business from your existing customers.  With one caveat – I’m assuming they’re satisfied! Why

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Bringing Your Prospects to YOU!

As many of you call me the Queen of Networking, you know that I recommend heading out to various events as a way to meet new people you can collaborate with and develop into a referral source. However,

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Where Did I Get This Business Card?

Here I sit, the queen of follow up, writing a post about follow up because the past few weeks I have failed miserably at it.  Everyone blocks time on their calendar to attend an event, whether it be a

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#1 Way to Render Networking Useless

Lack of follow up. Networking is useless if you don’t do any follow up. After the event, immediately enter the business cards you collected into your database. Be sure to add any notes you made on the

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