Posts made in January, 2009

  • I’m thinking of hope today. It seems that everyone is cautiously feeling it here in the States. New President. New potential. Yesterday I received a check in the mail for $24.00. It’s restitution from an inmate at the Florida Department of Corrections. Let me rewind… About eight years ago an electrical contractor in Florida abandoned […]

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  • Since posting my last blog entry, someone close to me emailed, wondering why I — a successful sales consultant who’s trying to market her business — would publish such basic sales mistakes for the world (and prospective clients) to see. What about my reputation? First, I’m honest enough to admit that I’ve made some pretty […]

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  • Note to self: Don’t do that again.Falling on your face is a great educator. In that vein, I’m going to confess two of the most embarrassing things I’ve said and done in my 20+ year sales career. Funny how they’re little things — that make a big impact. Want to Chat?The first year I started […]

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  • Do employees sigh and roll their eyes when they hear about a new change happening at your company? Do veterans wait out or resist change because they know it’ll fade away – like a hundred other programs they’ve seen come and go? Are you facing the rollout of a major change, but afraid that it’ll […]

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