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How I figured out my path to Business Growth and Personal Happiness

Lessons in Success: How I figured out the path to Business Growth and Personal Happiness

What entrepreneurial journey did you take to get you where you are today? Recently, I was on the Entrepreneur Way Podcast with host, Neil Ball. We had a great conversation and I shared my entrepreneurial

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Jumpstart Sales

How to kick your sales efforts into high gear Businesses can succeed or fail based on sales.  There are a variety of reasons why one company may see sales flourish while another flounders. But in small

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

I Didn’t Sell This WeekWhat?  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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Give Bad Customers the Pink Slip!

Most of us will agree that not all business is good business.  We all aspire to have customers we love and who love us.  They pay their bills on time.  They have appropriate expectations of our products

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Blog, E-Newsletter or Both?

I am struggling with being able to continuously come up with fresh content, but I know that today’s market demands it.  I love to write but there is never enough time. I mentioned a few blog posts

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Starting the Conversation – What do you do?

We have all been asked a million times, “What do you do?”  How do you answer the question?  Do you launch into a long winded explanation, or do you say something boring like, “I’m

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Pre-event Preparations for Networking Success

Do you network effectively in a crowd?  Does the time and money you spend attending association meetings and events turn into revenue? Networking is one of the easiest and most important things you can

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Go for No

Hooray! The Prospect Said NO! by Richard Fenton & Andrea Waltz (reprinted from the Sales Gravy Newsletter) You walk out of the office, shoulders slumped and head hanging low. The meeting did not go

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