Success at anything is no easy matter. You have to know what success is and then how to get there. And while the experts debate the exact 17 steps to making that happen, they all agree about one thing.
Things go wrong. Sometimes things go horribly wrong. You’ve planned and prepared and practiced — and still things can go wrong.
There are tough decisions you have to make in life. Most of them you get to make on your own. Other decisions your brain automatically makes for you — like the right way to take your next breath of oxygen
The last decade of emergent sales technology has produced an environment where data is integral to customer acquistion. Prospects can be analyzed, tracked, and strategically targeted with greater precision than ever before in the history of business.
Customers don’t really want cheaper prices. Customers don’t really want better technology. Customers don’t really want faster answers.
Ever wonder how you can do everything “right” and still succeed at failing? It’s like the kosmos has a personal agenda of making sure whatever you do comes up a few degrees shy of awful. And it’s not like you
What happens when you do your best and it’s still not enough? What happens when you try but still come out a loser? What happens when you care and love and give but get hurt?
Most of the time, the only thing standing in the way of you being outrageously successful is one big, scary obstacle. A huge insurmountable mountain of a problem. A challenge so big and scary that we usually try to peck
There are quiet moments in between the gasps of a silent sob when you question if you can go on. When the world tells you to stop. When your friends and family shake their head and wonder why you are
Let’s be frank. Just about the worst way to spend the next five minutes of your life is listening to a sales dude prattle on about why you need to give him “five more minutes” to listen to the wonderments
The idea of “having a process” is usually considered by business experts as the key to reproducible success. In other words, if you want to be successful time after time after time, then you need a specific process that you
There are times when you have to lay it all on the line. You have to look past confusion, fear, and the dread of “picking up the pieces” and make the decision that right now is the moment to be