Tag Archives: Grind

Fail Your Way to Success

“Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm” according to Sir Winston Churchill, a masterful statesman. He might as well have been a masterful salesman considering how he convinced supporters and skeptics to accept his solutions … Continue reading

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Today’s First Call

Procrastinate (verb): to grab a cup of coffee, visit with a colleague, read one more blog, review your call sheet, one more time, go to the restroom, rehearse your script…Sentence: No successful sales days begin when professionals procrastinate! Who remembers … Continue reading

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Mastermind Groups, Networking and Niches

Why is the smartest person in the world not the richest person in the world? If all knowledge and insight resided in one individual, then that solopreneur would manage all of our affairs. Fortunately, groups have demonstrated that knowledge and … Continue reading

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Work Is Where Authority Lives

Why do so many people go to work to environments where they would rather not be, according to a schedule they barely tolerate? That story sounds awful! Typically, money is a reason! One accomplished professional refers to his work regimen … Continue reading

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The Enthusiasm of the Hustle

Who are these people seamlessly living a parallel existence among ordinary urban and suburban Americans? They scrape the most basic livelihood, yet are relatively invisible to everyday people. They are commonly called “the homeless”. A refugee from that adjacent universe … Continue reading

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Talk is Cheap, Commitment Counts

Entrepreneurs that are big on ambition and small on staff become singularly focused on the top line, the bottom line, and most of the lines in between! The empire that will emerge in the foreseeable future must make payroll again … Continue reading

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Not My Customer

The classic sales professional dilemma: is that prospect really a customer? Customers and prospects look a lot alike. In some cases, they are indistinguishable. Perhaps, they both requested additional information from the sales professional. They may come from the same … Continue reading

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