Your Inspirational Exchange Starts Each Day
JANUARY 19, 2014
glorious, gleaming, Harvest moon. Share on Facebook. Each day we have the opportunity to be inspired, motivated, energized by our surroundings. This inspirational exchange happens for some almost unconsciously. We see the snow clinging to the tree branches and the quietness of a winter day. Inside we are inspired by its beauty and may even take a few moments for spiritual reflection.
Social Selling - The New Door Opener
Sales Benchmark Index
JANUARY 7, 2013
Gleaning was a practice where farmers left some of their crops in the field post-harvest. Create LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ accounts – This is your first step to engaging your customer base online. A lot was written in 2012 regarding the change in buyer behavior. With that change came concern. Are sales reps being squeezed out of the equation? And you could be right.
Caution: Habits Can Be Habit-Forming
AUGUST 28, 2012
We’ve all heard the Biblical saying, “As you sow, so shall you reap.” In other words, you harvest what you plant. Mostly with their best friend, the TV. (Or, with youTube or Facebook.) Facebooking is OK. You can’t skip spring planting if you want a fall harvest. Each and every day, we are consciously (and unconsciously) planting seeds of a sort. lack of thinking.
Sales Leadership – The Talent of Persistence
SEPTEMBER 4, 2012
These individuals understand how to build mutually beneficial relationships, listen for their clients’ value perception and then continue to harvest sales referrals and new sales leads long after that first earned sale. “ Share on Facebook. Top sales performers have this sales leadership talent of persistence to probably the 10th if not higher power. Credit www.sxc.hu. Persistence for many may return to the childhood favorite story of the Little Red Engine that mentally told himself “I think I can, I think I can, I think I can.”
The Prosperity of Labor Day
SEPTEMBER 3, 2012
You plant before you harvest. Share on Facebook. www.sxc.hu. Today is Labor Day. A day to rest from the prosperity of labor. Over two thousand years ago, Sophocles said: “Without labor nothing prospers.” ” He was right then and he is still right today. Many read this quotation from an external viewpoint, an ego driven one where those who labor should reap greater benefits than those who employ the workers including the entrepreneurs, the small business owners, the C Suite executives. Until I work (produce), I will not reap anything. Mental well being.
3 Tips to Turn Noise Into Value
DECEMBER 12, 2013
Just like listening to a conversation in a language you don’t know, without context, information is simply various data points – which means the silos of Big Data you’ve purchased or harvested, waiting to be leveraged by some brave salesperson or marketer, are just silos full of noise. Uses Microsoft Dynamics. Has had the solution for three years. Likes the Detroit Tigers. Back to Big Data.
The era of asking great questions
APRIL 30, 2013
They told us how they farmed, harvested, dried, and prepared rice manually. Here’s the answer that I found via facebook in about 10 seconds: We’re all being faced with an increasing array of new problems to solve on a path that hasn’t necessarily been traveled before. I’ll never forget meeting some people in a remote village of Laos (Southeast Asia) a few years ago.
A Handy Holiday Marketing Calendar
OCTOBER 3, 2014
11/27: Thanksgiving Day (U.S.) – Thanksgiving, a national holiday and tradition in the United States which began in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1681 by English pilgrims who celebrated an especially good harvest following a terrible winter. Connect with African-American customers during this time with Kwanzaa-themed promotions and celebratory emails, tweets, pins, and Facebook posts.
Reviewing Sales Activity From an Unique Perspective
AUGUST 26, 2015
Is the salesperson harvesting from existing accounts? Share on Facebook. Sales activity for many salespeople and their managers comes back to sales results specific to “How many dollars did you bill this past month?” This is a quick monthly analysis of the sales success for the salesperson or the overall sales team and potentially reflects the effectiveness of the sales manager.
The #1 Sales Tip: Everything Is a “Story” By Christina Hamlett
AUGUST 15, 2012
some Mesopotamian farmers made the astonishing discovery that bread wasn’t the only thing they could make from harvested grain. Share on Facebook. One afternoon back in 10,000 B.C., Mixed with water and left around to ferment, the result was a blissful brew that instantly made them regret they’d have to wait until 1600 for the invention of a nice pizza to go with it. Credit www.sxc.hu. If what you just read was the opening paragraph in a newspaper article, you probably wouldn’t know where it was going. That really doesn’t matter. The drop of the New Year’s ball at Times Square.
Capitalists Do Care – Friday’s Editorial
SEPTEMBER 9, 2011
The initial goal is to have the harvest’s yield exceed what cost of seeds and fertilizer by three times. Share on Facebook. Capitalist do care contrary to what the mass media or many politicians and citizens may think. For example,did you now that J.Pierpont Morgan (JP Morgan) bailed out the New York Stock Exchange several times back in the early 1900s? Credit www.sxc.hu. Fast forward, 100 years to Andrew Youn who was earning his MBA and then started a not for profit fund ( One Acre Fund) to help farmers in East Africa. They also receive farming education. Give me a break.
Fill in The Blank. Influence Without Trust. As Futile As…
Bob Burg's Blog
MAY 7, 2012
Recently, on my Facebook page I posted the following: Trying to influence another person without first eliciting trust is as futile as…as…darn, hate when I can’t come up with a clever ending. Elaine Kibler is a futile as harvesting a crop when you planted no seed! So, how would YOU end that sentence? Responses ranged from funny to profound; many of them both. Here they are… Dave Ferguson assuming your a leader just because your in a management position? Tom Cooper cleaning the house when you have small children! Beth Bridges ?… Beth Bridges ?…
The Best Sales Tools to Skyrocket Your Revenue
JULY 14, 2014
These add up quickly, and turn into 520 Facebook posts and tweets per year. We also checked out Harvest, but found that FreshBooks has a better implementation for companies that bill flat fee projects as opposed to hourly rates. Improving revenue growth is an important part of the job for everyone in business. Remember that not all growth is created equal. Social media management.
Top 10 Marketing Trends for 2012 - Think customers: The 1to1 Blog
The 1to1 Media Blog
FEBRUARY 14, 2012
And its not just applications like Facebook, Twitter, and Angry Birds; people are using business applications, too. As social media matures, marketers will need to provide visitors to Facebook or Twitter with meaningful content to get fans to return. Conversations and customer interactions that are taking place in social media are being harvested by social listening platforms. 1to1 Magazine. Issues. Weekly Digest. Meet the Editors. 1to1 Awards. Customer Champions. Advertise. Content Channels. Customer Experience. Customer Loyalty. Customer Service. Customer Strategy. Books.
Leadcritic rant is spot on: understanding the whole picture - About.
Buyer Zone's Lead Generation Blog
FEBRUARY 18, 2011
deal in list scraping, email harvesting, or other shady practices that. Facebook. BuyerZone.com. About Leads. BuyerZones About Leads blog is your chance to learn from the experts in online lead generation. Well talk about lead sources, sales techniques, lead nurturing, online marketing, and more. Well also share some insights weve developed in 10+ years of online lead gen work. You can also meet our bloggers , or click below to learn more about filling your inbound lead pipeline. Leadcritic rant is spot on: understanding the whole picture. Jeremy Sacco. Feb 18, 2011. 11:10 AM.
Inside Campaigner: Relationship-building Tips for Email Marketers
FEBRUARY 2, 2012
Purchasing or harvesting a list will never yield the same quality as a permission-based list you build yourself and will become problematic quickly. Facebook. (2). skip to main | skip to sidebar. Thursday, February 2, 2012. Relationship-building Tips for Email Marketers. Love is in the air. Relationships vary in love and they vary in business. Tip #4: Keep the spark alive. Posted by.
Inside Campaigner: Green your email marketing for Earth Day
APRIL 19, 2011
According to [link] , 42% of timber harvested nationwide becomes pulpwood for paper. Facebook. (2). skip to main | skip to sidebar. Tuesday, April 19, 2011. Green your email marketing for Earth Day. April 22nd is Earth Day. It’s a perennial story, with its roots firmly planted in 1970. An estimated 20 million people nationwide attended festivities that day. at 5:59 AM. Share.
Small Business Innovators – Back to the Roots
OCTOBER 19, 2012
Every time a customer posts a picture of themselves with a completed kit on Facebook , Back to the Roots donates a kit to the school of that customer’s choice. When the mushroom kit has exhausted its harvest, customers will be able to plant the box, use the spent grounds and spores as compost and grow vegetables in a container or right in their garden. They were delicious.
Heavy Hitter Sales Blog: How Ronald Reagan Would Change Your.
JULY 4, 2008
One line in the article was very thought provoking: If seal pups were as ugly as lobsters, their harvest would go unnoticed. Sign in with TypePad Facebook Twitter and more. Heavy Hitter Sales Blog. Recent Posts. Salespersons Most Important Competitive Weapon. Closing Techniques Using Sales Linguistics. Top 7 Critical Sales Trends for 2012. Why Year End Deals Dont Close: THE CESSPOOL! IT Sales Strategy: Software, SaaS & Hardware Sales. Best New Sales Book of 2011. If Sigmund Freud Was Your Sales Manager. Are Top Salespeople Born or Made? Books For Heavy Hitters. Steve W. Steve W.