Some people try to find things in this game that don't exist but football is only two things - blocking and tackling. –Vince LombardiContinue Reading
Archive for March, 2010
On Friday, March 26th, 2010, I had the rare privilege of interviewing Tom Peters about his new book, The Little Big Things: 163 Ways to Pursue Excellence. I asked Tom about Brand You, the little big things in sales, the value of business…Continue Reading
Yesterday I had the rare privilege of interviewing Tom Peters about his new book, The Little Big Things: 163 Ways to Pursue Excellence. I asked Tom about Brand You, the little big things in sales, the value of business acumen, the politics of Continue Reading
A cottage industry has sprung up to serve salespeople. Well, they don’t really serve salespeople. They really serve people who work in sales, who have job titles that indicate that they might be in sales, but who really aren’t salespeople.
There was a time when knowledge was power. Knowledge was power because so few had it and because so little was known by anyone. Then knowledge was power because so few had access to education, to facts, and to information. And then it was power…Continue Reading
In the game of football, if everything goes perfectly, almost every offensive play is designed to score a touchdown. This is true even if the team on offense only needs a few yards for a first down.
In the last two weeks, I have watched as two…Continue Reading
My list of success attributes numbers eleven. It will soon number twelve, with the addition of Adaptability. I have had comments here agreeing with my choices of success and sales attributes, and I have had comments that disagreed with both my…Continue Reading
Two kinds of people hate to be micromanaged.
The first long-suffering group usually works for someone who has little to do, who has clinically-certifiable trust issues, who believes that no one can do the job as well as they can, and/or who…Continue Reading