Over the years, I've learned to be a number geek of sorts. No, I wasn't the one who loved math in high school. In fact, I forced my way through Algebra I because it was a requirement to graduate. In college, I believe the only reason I received a C- in Statistics is because the … Continue reading The Numbers Don’t Lie – They May Mislead, Though
Tomorrow night, my youngest of five graduates from Norman High School. At 18 and impressed with his own presence, there was a time I didn't think he'd make it. And yet, here he is. While I won't go into the whole backstory, I will simply share that two years ago he faced his demons . … Continue reading Making It In Spite Of It All
If one question, asked consistently, could change the direction of your sales force or even your own personal sales efforts, would you take advantage of it? Would you use it?In Dan Sullivan's latest book, The Dan Sullivan Question: Ask It and Transform Anyone's Future, he introduces the reader to a very powerful question that will truly … Continue reading Book Review: The Dan Sullivan Question
It's confession time for sales managers everywhere.When your reps are struggling or, better yet, when the team is short of your goal for the month, do you step into the closest phone booth, strip off your suit, and fly in to rescue the damsel or dude in distress?Every time you step in and take over … Continue reading What Kind of Sales Leader are You?
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I've raised five teenagers and I'm working on the final two. No, I'm not Catholic; just a busy Baptist. But I've heard this all to often when correcting one of my many children, "What about (name)?" "They do it also!" In other words, if someone else does it -- if the average kid does it … Continue reading Are you settling for average?
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