Sun.Sep 22, 2019

Focus on the Critical Few KPIs and Avoid the Trivial Many

Sales Benchmark Index

Creation of a “Revenue Operations” Function.

Monday Motivation Video: Success Without Sacrifice and Sweat is Luck

The Sales Hunter

How do you look at success? What tools do you use to measure success? How do you define success? When you actually live and breath sweating and sacrificing making it a constant action, you achieve real success. Do you want to be successful?

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Last Year’s Data Isn’t Enough—Adopt 2020 Revenue Planning Best Practices Now

Sales Benchmark Index

It’s September. You and the rest of the executive team are beginning to think about next year’s revenue plan. If you are like most companies, you are probably looking at 2019 performance as your baseline. This sounds good in theory.

SalesTech Video Review: Cirrus Insight

Smart Selling Tools

SalesTech Video Review: Cirrus Insight. Cirrus Insight puts Salesforce inside your email, removing the hurdles to Salesforce adoption – namely that it’s inconvenient to use and takes too much time to log activities.

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ABCs of Data Normalization for B2B Marketers

Data normalization. It’s not a far stretch to suggest that the topic isn’t exactly what gets marketers excited in their day-to-day workflow. However, if lead generation, reporting, and measuring ROI is important to your marketing team, then data normalization matters - a lot. In this eBook, we’ll break down the ins and outs of data normalization and review why it’s so critical for your marketing strategies and goals!

The Monumental Value of Task List Bankruptcy

Anthony Iannarino

About once a year, I review all of my projects, initiatives, and tasks to determine what is still relevant. That description isn’t accurate enough to explain this process.

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Partners in Excellence

We and our customers live in worlds of paradox, uncertainty, confusion, complexity, overwhelm, overload, and constant change. Organizationally and individually, we are afraid of missing something—FOMO. We constantly move from one thing to another and then to the next.

How to Improve Sales


SalesPOP! Sales Expert – Gordon & Jill Viggiano: Gordon Viggiano was an expert sales consultant, specializing in building and developing sales teams in small to mid-sized companies. He spent over 30 years of experience as a VP of Sales for a number of California companies.

Weekly Recap, September 22, 2019

Selling Energy

Here are our favorite sales-enhancing tips from this week's Selling Energy Blogs. sales tips

Rushing a website redesign may result in 404 errors and missed opportunities.

Sales Lead Management Association

sually, we get tired of our own website designs before anyone else does, especially if we look at it several times a day. It's also important to stay current in design and content making the visitor's experience enjoyable and inspiring them to contact you.

Why Smoking Costs Employers More Than They Realize

Your employees are smoking, and at a cost of $7,000 per year for each employee who smokes, that adds up - fast! This free report will show you how an effective cessation program pays for itself.

?? Team Collaboration


Teamwork can sometimes be challenging because there are a lot of different opinions being shared all at once. The key to successful teamwork is creating a safe and respectful environment in which all people feel heard and validated, even if you don’t agree with their opinions.


How to Coach Your Team to Avoid Risky Single-Threaded Deals

How many deals fall apart because your sales team failed to develop strong relationships with more than one buyer at a prospect? Single-threaded deals are fine at the beginning of the buyer’s journey, but they pose a major risk when it comes time to negotiate and close a deal.

?? How To Succeed


Some people spend their whole lives trying to achieve success, but do they even really know what success is or how it is measured? Is it based on the amount of money you make, the house you live in, the clothes you wear, or the car you drive?