That great month you are having is rare and exciting and stressful and profitable. It also has Bill asking you two questions.
“How badly do you want it?” Do you want it a little? Then quit after a little effort. Do you want it a lot? Then never give up.
Are you hoping to finish the year strong and come rocketing out of the gates Q1 of next year?
Quick question: What time should an 8 a.m. meeting start? Does the answer matter?
Have you seen the ad about Bud Light and corn syrup? There’s only one way to show up the competition and badmouthing ain’t it.
These are confusing times for writers and bloggers. Having to consider punctuation is difficult enough, now there’s more consider.
Bill’s first attempt at podcasting was successful only in that he learned the wrong way to create a podcast.
Visual sales assumptions are, as pointed out in Bill’s blog this week, the second greatest networking event assumptions you can make.
Crank up the Keurig, brew a lousy cup of coffee and listen to Bill’s story with a surprise ending in this week’s sales tip.
Bill has something to say to you about looking miserable, as well as the opposite.
Every sales manager and company president asks one question daily. Answer it for them and you’ll keep your sales job. So what is it?
During the course of our day, we all interact with salespeople and can learn some valuable sales lessons.
When you haven’t accomplished a lot in week, make sure it is an isolated incident. Bill’s blog offers a protocol for corrective action.
Would you peel a green banana? Then why deal with an unripe customer? Take Bill’s advice in this week’s Short Attention Span Sales Tip.
There is a time to freak out over a bad month and a time to chill. The difference is not in the sales numbers but in something else.