I heard Zig Ziglar say one time, “You are where you are today because of what has gone into your mind.” Think about that. The information, education and all other input that has fueled your brain has led you to right where you are today. Where will you be tomorrow? If you don’t like where
I’ve been doing some research recently on mobile commerce and the numbers I’m seeing are staggering. We’ve moved past e-commerce and right to m-commerce and you as a professional salesperson have to be ready for the change. Are you? According to researchers, small to medium businesses will spend $28 BILLION on mobile advertising and marketing
There are many people a lot smarter than me who have some tremendous time management tips and ways you can maximize your productivity. I’m not going to pretend to be an expert at it or be naïve enough to believe that I can even tell you anything in that area that you don’t already know.
Almost everyone has something that motivates and inspires them. Personally, I love motivational quotes. If you are a member of my Facebook Fan Page, you know I post a “Quote of The Day” and if you follow me on Twitter you know I tweet lots of what I think are great quotes. Here is a
Most of us have heard the saying, “The definition of insanity is to do the same thing over and over and expect different results.” In fact, most of us have probably heard it within the last week or so. It’s true, but are we doing anything about it? What we need to be saying is
(Today’s blog post is from 15-year old Peyton Arthur. Hat’s off to this young man!) Everyone, well almost everyone, I’ve ever known can tell you they have a fear of something. From spiders to snakes, and even the dark—people are afraid of something. I, on the other hand, am scared of heights. As far back
Hal David, the lyricist behind the 1965 hit, “What The World Needs Now Is Love” passed away last week at the age of 91. For those of us who’ve heard the song (it was released the year I was born), it was fitting of the turbulent times in the country with civil rights and foreign
A friend of mine posted the following on Facebook recently: Two fishermen are at a lake and one can’t help but notice that the other always puts the big fish back in but keeps the little ones. This goes on for several hours. Curiosity got the better of him and he just had to ask,
Years ago I heard someone say that problem finders are a dime-a-dozen and problem solvers are the leaders of companies. Personally, I believe this is truer today. While it’s easy to “find” problems, we, as professionals are paid to solve them. Don’t get me wrong, it’s OK—and in some cases even encouraged to find problem.