Jeffrey Gitomer in The Wall Street Journal – Why Divas Need Make No Apology

Jeffrey Gitomer

The post Jeffrey Gitomer in The Wall Street Journal – Why Divas Need Make No Apology appeared first on Jeffrey Gitomer’s Sales Blog. Tweet “About a dozen times a year, strangers invite Jeffrey Gitomer to lunch, hoping to ask him for career or business advice.

Hong Kong Journal Day 3

Engage Selling

A win has to be considered a win by both parties. When a seller is happy, and the buyer is are happy, you have a successful sale. Observations from the real World

My Journal Doesn’t Lie: Why You Can’t Ignore Your Patterns

Hyper-Connected Selling

In a conversation with a client recently, I shared that I had been regularly journaling for the past 15 years. His next question was what I had learned by going back and looking through those journals. Monday Morning Mash-Up growth journaling patterns

Hong Kong Journal Day 5: Never Assume

Engage Selling

Hong Kong is the fastest moving city I have ever been in. People are on the go every minute of the day. Racing from one meal to the next, and one appointment after another from what appears to be 6 in the morning to 10 at night.

DialSource’s Deal with Texas Rangers Featured in Sacramento Business Journal


DialSource and their deal with the Texas Rangers have been featured in the Sacramento Business Journal. DialSource CEO Joshua Tillman told the Business Journal that the Rangers signed an agreement for an undisclosed amount earlier this year to use the company’s Denali for Salesforce Lightning software to better reach customers.” The post DialSource’s Deal with Texas Rangers Featured in Sacramento Business Journal appeared first on DialSource

The Wall Street Journal Lists The Top Seven Sales Coaches On Twitter

Keith Rosen

” Clicking on his link, I happened to find an article in the Wall Street Journal , naming these top seven coaches on Twitter. Then I remembered doing an interview with a journalist for the Wall Street Journal several months ago, regarding another topic.

New York Business Journal: Ingage CEO Alan Braun discusses jump from Silicon Valley tech giant to NYC startup


The following was posted on the New York Business Journal on May 28, 2019, 10:30am EDT ~_~_~_~_~_~_~_~_~ Before he was at the helm of New York-based Ingage, Alan Braun worked at Apple Inc. Anthony Noto, Reporter New York Business Journalas head of worldwide enterprise developer strategy. The long title summed up his expertise: product and app design. The jump was unique, since it's not every day a tech wiz ditches Apple Park for a small startup in the Big Apple.

How to make 5,000 sales calls in one day!

Jeffrey Gitomer

The Business Journal will be exhibiting; BuyGitomer will be exhibiting. The Carolina Business Fair is September 23rd & 24th. Sales

Evernote and Moleskine Collaborate For A Powerful Solution

Fill the Funnel

If we have ever had the chance to meet in person, the chances are that I had two of my most endearing companions with me – my Moleskine journal and my Mont Blanc pen. 20 Web Tools 2012 Web Tools digital Evernote journal Moleskine notebook searchable notes

On the Road to Nowhere -- Failure to Define, Support and Drive.

The Sales Hunter

John is author of The Wall Street Journal bestseller Rainmaking Conversations: Influence, Persuade and Sell in Any Situation. About. FREE Resources. Hire Mark. Client List. Testimonials. Client Login. Mark Hunter. Client List. Testimonials. Speaking. Mark’s Insights on SALES MOTIVATION. Mark’s Insights on PRICING. Mark’s Insights on PROSPECTING. Training. Mark’s Insights on PRICING. Mark’s Insights on PROSPECTING. FREE Resources. Sales Articles.

Carolina Business Fair.the ultimate in sales power.

Jeffrey Gitomer

BuyGitomer, The Business Journal and more than 200 businesses will exhibit. The Carolina Business Fair is September 29th and 30th at the Merchandise Mart. Are you going? And I'll give you 7,500 reasons why. Networking

When & Where Emotional Intelligence Needs To Enter an Organization

Jonathan Farrington

General Bill Jeckells Emotional Intelligence JF Journal Tour De FranceThese continue to be troubled times for workers – it seems that no one is guaranteed a job anywhere any more.

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Ten Tips for Getting to “Win-Win” … Every Time

Jonathan Farrington

News: Having just completed the next batch of FREE “How To” EBooks yesterday, I am duty bound to remind you that you can receive one every week for a whole year when you subscribe to the monthly JF Journal over at JFA - how much does it cost to sign-up?

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Better Business Acumen in Just a Few Minutes Per Day (VIDEO)

The Center for Sales Strategy

Growing up, my dad always told me that if you just read the front page of The Wall Street Journal, you'd be more informed than 95% of the business people out there that you'd be talking to.

Great, Previously Unread Sales Research Uncovered

Understanding the Sales Force

Tony Cole, CEO of Anthony Cole Training and one of OMG's great partners, forwarded me an article that appeared in the October 2014 issue of the Journal of Marketing Research. Today I'm bringing you some insightful information that was not widely read when it was published back in 2014.

Episode #097: Psychological Ownership in Sales with Colleen Kirk

Jeff Shore

An award-winning researcher and reviewer, she presents at leading national and international conferences, and is a regular reviewer for top journals. In This Episode of The Buyer’s Mind with Jeff Shore: Colleen Kirk and Jeff get into the topic of psychological ownership.

The perception of multitasking makes you more productive, according to research


The article, published by Wharton researchers in the December 2018 issue of the journal Psychological Science is titled “The Illusion […]. I recently read some psychology research that transformed what I thought I knew about multitasking. The post The perception of multitasking makes you more productive, according to research appeared first on RingDNA Inside Sales Software & Enterprise Telephony for Salesforce.

A Discussion with Stu Heinecke (#podcast)

The Pipeline

Some of you may be familiar with Stu Heinecke, a Hall-of-fame-nominated marketer and Wall Street Journal cartoonist, see example above. By Tibor Shanto – .

The Age of Social Network Selling

Sales and Marketing Management

Teaser: A story in last week's Wall Street Journal reported that small and medium-sized businesses owners rank LinkedIn as the most effective social media sales tool. A story in last week's Wall Street Journal reported that small and medium-sized businesses owners rank LinkedIn as the most effective social media sales tool. Issue Date: 2013-02-04. Author: Brian Rowland.

Why Imagineers, not Engineers- Will Change Business Today

Fill the Funnel

Almost every journal you read or website you visit seems to be full of variants stating “why it should be important to you” and “how your business will be at risk” if you’re not doing something specific. Customer Experience is one of the hottest topics discussed in business right now. But doing what? Customer experience […]. The post Why Imagineers, not Engineers- Will Change Business Today appeared first on Fill the Funnel.

Sales Motivation Starts with the Voices in Your Head

The Sales Hunter

Put these into a journal. Use this journal as a tool you can read from each time you think the voices are starting to move in a negative direction. What are the voices in your head telling you?

Why Emotional Connections Are Often Your Best Sales Differentiator

Janek Performance Group

In fact, the Journal of Consumer Research and others consistently report that 50% of all buying choices are made on emotion. One of the realities of our global, digital sales world is that buyers have more options and easier access to those wider choices than ever before.

7 Habits the Most Productive Marketers Swear By


Embrace daily journaling. Daily journaling helps you avoid this problem by forcing you to slow down and spend some time simply letting out your thoughts, whether they’re about work or not. Why do some marketers seem to generate significantly better results than others?

The Power of Psychographics in Prospecting and Selling

Janek Performance Group

The term was popularized by William Wells in his 1975 article for Journal of Marketing Research, titled “Psychographics: A Critical Review”. One of the hot new buzzwords in marketing and prospecting in recent years is psychographics, or psychological metrics. 40 years later, it experienced a resurgence in popularity after a Harvard Business Review article on the topic. But what is it exactly, and how can it help you with converting leads into prospects, and prospects into opportunities?

The Unexamined Life Is Not Worth Living

Increase Sales

There are different ways to reflect: Journaling. Today here in the USA is Memorial Day. This is a national holiday to remember and honor those fallen military individuals who gave their lives for our country.

Guess What? You Might Be a Sales Geek and Not Know It

Increase Sales

Is part of your work week centered around reading journals, blogs and news articles regarding sales and business? Are you a sales geek? Think not? The definition of the word geek has changed over time as I recently learned from my daughter.

4 Steps to Motivate an Underachieving Salesperson

Sales and Marketing Management

Create a development plan – journaling. The most effective development plans are those used every day, especially daily journals. The right journal will ask your team questions like the above, helping them create a personal development plan tailored to their development areas. Author: Jen Wagstaff More than 10 years spent working in sales training have taught me to understand and turn around salespeople who are struggling.

A Sales Gravy Interview with Colleen Stanley - President of SalesLeadership, Inc.


Colleen is a monthly columnist for Business Journals across the country, author of ‘Growing Great Sales Teams’ and coJeb Blount, CEO of, had the pleasure of interviewing Colleen Stanley, founder and president of SalesLeadership, Inc.

Medical device sales – four ways to differentiate from the competition

Sales Training Connection

Device Hire Wire Journal. In September, one of our medical device sales posts was reprinted in the Device Hire Wire Journal. From time to time, you can find Sales Training Connection posts reprinted on other blogs. The post shares four ways medical device sales reps can differentiate themselves from their competitors.

The Art of Sales Conference – Toronto on January 26th, 2015

The Pipeline

JOHN JANTSCH – Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author. Yes it is that time of year again, time for the Art Of Sales in Toronto, and while January may seem a bit away, it’s not, and now is the time to plan ahead.

Looking to make more sales? Maybe it's in the cards!

Jeffrey Gitomer

saw this yesterday in your trade journal, thought it might be of interest to you." Hand written notes and cards are the rage. When I get one, it's usually for something special I've done for someone, or an appreciation for business. I always save them.

Las Vegas may get Musk-designed people mover

Sales and Marketing Management

Las Vegas Review-Journal columnist Mick Akers reports the city’s transportation officials say at least one alternative mode of transportation will be needed within the next 10 years to link visitors between McCarran International Airport, the Las Vegas Strip and downtown Las Vegas.

How to Adapt to the Well-Educated Modern Buyer

Sales and Marketing Management

Here’s a tip: Have your salespeople keep a journal of common customer questions, complaints, and feedback.

Your Confidence Creates Their Perception. How Confident Are You?

The Sales Hunter

One way to do this is by keeping a journal or a notepad where you list all of the positive things, comments and so forth that customers share with you. The perception customers have of you is a direct result of the level of confidence you have.

Tracking Executive Changes at Your Most Important Accounts


For CIOs and CFOs, watch the Wall Street Journal’s CIO Journal and CFO Journal. Here’s a fact that should get your attention: The number of CEOs who left their jobs at U.S.-based

Hard for you to say you’re sorry?

Sales and Marketing Management

Author: Tim Riesterer Have you ever had a service problem with a customer and worried about the damage it could do to your relationship and long-term revenue prospects? Maybe they won’t renew. Maybe they won’t buy more.

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What’s In Your Personal Action Plan?

Increase Sales

Over time I have added additional sections to my personal action plan including: Daily Journal – Short reflection on each day. Dream Journal – My wish list of people I want to meet; places I wish to go; things I wish to do.

Is There A Place For Anger In Management?

Sales and Marketing Management

Quartz, an online publication about the global economy, reports that a series of studies highlighted in Human Relations journal suggest that expressing anger in the workplace can actually lead to more people acknowledging a problem and getting it fixed. Author: Paul Nolan Anger has its benefits, writer Charles Duhigg states in a recent Atlantic cover story on the topic. “We’re

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Research: Differentiating Your “Virtual” Sales Meetings

Corporate Visions

As you’ll see in this article from the International Journal of Sales Transformation , there’s no shortage of theories about what makes for a compelling sales call. That study, conducted in partnership with the International Journal of Sales Transformation and Dr. Nick Lee, a professor at the Warwick Business School, is covered in the article link below. What does the typical sales meeting look like today?

In a Topsy Turvy World Reflection Creates Clarity and Maintains Balance

Increase Sales

You may wish to journal your responses and make this a weekly habit. For many our lives indeed are “Topsy Turvy.” ” We are busy, busy, busy. Sundays are a day of rest, of contemplation and reflection.