• Buyer's are Liars!

    Posted 1 hour ago by Les Lent

    Buyers are Liars...I hear this a lot and I used to say it even more. Over the past several years I have discovered that, yes in fact buyers will occasionally and deliberately lie. However I have found this is a very small percentage. This led me to conclude the rest of them are either: Making statem...

  • Can Social Media Really Empower Your Small Business?

    Posted 7 hours ago by Tommy Wyher

    The rise of social media, along with a marked increase in online advertising and SEO skills, has managed to save many a small business from bankruptcy. However, how can you be sure that you have what it takes to make the correct decisions that will save your own small business from the brink of ulti...

  • The Story You Never Hear About.

    Posted February 7 by Dan Waldschmidt

    I didn’t want to do it. I didn’t want to do the last one. So I didn’t. This time felt a lot like last time. Until it didn’t. I crossed the finish line of the 50k a few seconds after the 4 hour mark. A personal record for my own running and about 20 minutes ahead of second...

  • Tips for Planning An Effective Calendar Marketing Campaign

    Posted February 6 by Tommy Wyher

    Calendar Marketing is an effective secret weapon you can use to make sure that your product is visible and distributed in the most effective way. The planning process of any campaign is the part that makes or breaks the deal. Although it is very time-consuming, if done correctly, you will have a w...

  • Dress to Sell: Four Tips for Choosing Work Attire

    Posted February 5 by Tommy Wyher

    As a woman, choosing work clothing can be a bit of a minefield. Do you go for a smart pantsuit, or do you want to wear more feminine clothing items whilst still looking smart and professional? Ladies might think that in the professional world of sales, men have it easy when it comes to dressing well...

  • Selling Debt Management Services: Three Tips to Attract Clients

    Posted February 4 by Tommy Wyher

    Debt management service is an industry which is booming right now, thanks to increases in consumer debt due to prices of goods being significantly and steadily on the rise. If you own a business which offers debt consolidation or debt management services for consumer loan debt or tax debts, you&rsqu...

  • Can Having Your Own Blog Make You More Employable?

    Posted February 3 by Tommy Wyher

    If you are someone who changes jobs fairly regularly, for instance someone who works on a contract basis, or you are simply thinking about looking for a new role in the near future, then now is the time to start considering how employable your web presence makes you look. While most people are aware...

  • Sales Strategies Used to Promote Construction-related Companies

    Posted February 2 by Tommy Wyher

    Generating new leads and customers is the goal of most construction-related company owners. Unfortunately, many of these individuals fail miserably at this or don’t focus enough attention on how they sell their services. When a contractor does a good job, people tell other people about this p...

  • Question Everything.

    Posted January 31 by Dan Waldschmidt

    One of the overwhelmingly apparent habits of high achievers is their insatiable curiosity. They question everything. They don’t just want an answer. They want the explanation behind the answer. They want the research behind the explanation behind the answer. They aren’t satis...

  • 3 Easy Time-Management Tips for Salespeople

    Posted January 27 by Tommy Wyher

    Managing your time well doesn't just alleviate stress and give you the opportunity to pursue endeavors you love. It also can save you tens of thousands of dollars a year. Time-management expert and founder of Time Stylers consultancy firm Kate Christie recommends thinking of the time you spend on da...

  • How to Increase Sales by Integrating Social Media with Offline Marketing

    Posted January 25 by Tommy Wyher

    Social media is a powerful way to increase sales. However, integrating your social media activities with your offline efforts has the potential to turbo-charge your marketing campaigns. Focusing on social media alone, is often a mistake. By combining it with your offline marketing techniques, you ha...

  • Are You Sure?

    Posted January 24 by Dan Waldschmidt

    It’s never as easy as you think it should be. All those beliefs and opinions you have that you hold as unchangeable — those are just a few life circumstances away from being changed. By you. On purpose. What you thought was clearly black and white is now shades of gray. I remember on...

  • What Degree Programs Can Help You Get Into Pharmaceutical Sales?

    Posted January 22 by Tommy Wyher

    A great industry to get into is pharmaceutical sales. There are plenty of opportunities to get a long-term, well paying job that will have you using your talents and skills to help deliver some of the best medications to the doctors and medical professionals who will then prescribe them to patients....

  • How to Make a Great Impression as a Mobile Sales Rep

    Posted January 20 by Tommy Wyher

    Working as a mobile sales representative means visiting people at their homes and convincing them why you are the best person to buy a product from. Mobile sales representatives work in a number of different industries, from home improvements to digital technology. Anyone who has ever worked in sale...

  • Why SAP Skills May Make You a Better Sales Strategist

    Posted January 19 by Tommy Wyher

    Whether you are currently working in a role where sales strategy is a part of your remit, or are a sales executive aspiring to that kind of position, there are some skills that set people at a corporate 'big picture' level apart from the salesforce. While you not only have to consider the work of th...

  • Understanding Your Search Engine Optimisation Needs

    Posted January 18 by Tommy Wyher

    Evaluating your individual search engine optimization needs is a necessity whenever you want to hire someone to do such work for you. That will help you to choose correctly. Many companies exist and you always want to work with those that would perfectly service your current needs. Understand Your ...

  • Those Stupid Little Things.

    Posted January 16 by Dan Waldschmidt

    It’s natural to believe that you need some grand gesture in order to turn your life around. That you need to throw everything away and start fresh. Lots of hard work. Massive amounts of unbelievably focused energy. If you’re only thinking big and quick, you’re probably overlook...

  • 4 Ways Training Can Improve Your Business' Bottom Line

    Posted January 15 by Tommy Wyher

    For many employers, training and development can be an extra cost that may not seem necessary to the business. Training programs in themselves can cost money, and the time which employees need to take out in order to attend training could also be costly. However, when you look at the bigger picture,...

  • The 5 Best Practices To Be Successful In Sales

    Posted January 12 by JT Ripton

    There’s a pervasive myth that being a good salesperson is an inherent, charismatic quality that some people have and some don’t. The reality is that sales is a business skill, and dedicated people can learn the right strategy and build the right tools to become successful. Become a Seri...

  • Reasons Cloud Computing is a Better Way to Manage Your Customer Database

    Posted January 12 by JT Ripton

    Managing your customer database is one of the most important things that you need to do to run a successful business. Your customers are the backbone of your company, so you have to keep track of their purchases and their expectations in order to continue delivering the products and services that wi...