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My only thought is that a company should be team/friend focused as suggested, but it should not go too far that it becomes a family focused as then you can technically never dismiss a disruptive member (something you can do with friends). You always have to love family no matter what.
Radically improving sales for high priced products... →
Interesting little post. Especially if you’re in inside selling.
Matrix: Breakdown of Advocacy Marketing « Web... →
5 Important Steps to Keeping Your Sales Process... →
I practice these everyday. I work in an open office environment…with a fooz ball table…things can be distracting so focus is always key. Also in sales, you always need a ton of energy. When you are excited, the customer is excited.
Getting Real: Copywriting is Interface Design (by... →
Great post. via @tcwsonja
Solving Blockage Points | For Entrepreneurs →
Great sales blog post via Mike McDerment about a customer buying process and what blocks as a sales person you need to overcome. Goes back to my favorite rule in sales and marketing (via Roger More): get clinical about your customers buying process and the decisions they have to make in the process. A great way to learn this as a marketer is to do some sales.
My Top 20 Albums of the Decade (00s)
Here is my top 20 albums of the past decade. They are judged on artistic merit (completeness of the album), their influence on my music taste, and my own personal experience and memories of listening to these albums. For each of these albums, I can speak to exact moments of the past decade and how important the music and times were for me. Also, these albums are always on my iPod without...
5 Ways to Guarantee Your Marketing Works | Small... →
Are You Driving Your Research or is Your Research... →