How to Make Your Dream a Reality

Grant Cardone

He went back to the drawing board ( literally ) and that November came up with another short, animated film that featured Mickey the cartoon character. Between 1929 and 1939 Walt kept pumping out films. Adjusted for inflation, it’s still one of the top-grossing films of all-time.

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Manage Like the Godfather

No More Cold Calling

How many times have you seen The Godfather films? A sure sign of a really great film is that it’s filled with lines you know by heart and lessons you can apply in your life. So how do you encourage constructive conflict among your sales team?

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Email Open Rates By Industry: See How You Stack Up

Hubspot Sales

Arts & Entertainment, Construction, Human Resources, Legal & Government, and Real Estate have the highest open rates. Construction: 45%. What is the average email open rate for construction companies? As a sales professional, you’re sending emails all day, every day.

How A Career In Umpiring Helped Me Develop My Sales Strike Zone

Sales and Marketing Management

In baseball, everything is on film. A lesson I learned in umpiring is that if you’re willing to ask the question, you need to be willing to accept honest feedback and process constructive criticism in a positive way. Author: John Bennett, Sales & Business Development Leader with Peak 10 Sales success is about much more than converting prospects to customers.

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Does Your Presentation Have One of These Bad Movie Endings?

Performance Sales and Training

Whether they’re poorly constructed or executed, bad presentation endings leave a bad taste in the mouths of prospects and can undo all your hard work. Incredible cast, acclaimed director, yet in the final moments of an already complex film, the screen simply cuts to black.

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Customers — Easier To Reach, Harder To Influence

Pipeliner

As with the film, such online sales efforts usually end up as nothing more than annoyances, simply because it’s almost impossible for their creators to address the specific problems or issues actually confronting prospects. It’s imperative that salespeople know how to plan, construct and present their messages effectively. In the 2002 movie Minority Report , there was a scene that blew me away.