Yesterday, I expressed my gratitude for having been awarded Top Sales Blog. But this isn’t about me, so let’s move on to where the real value in this contest is found for you: the content and the creators.
Top Sales Article: Paul McCord
In another crowded space with many deserving entries, Paul McCord won top honors. I don’t know Paul as well as I would like, but I read his blog regularly. He is as smart and thoughtful as they come, and sometimes provocative. For selfish reasons, this is one of my recent favorites. I recommend you add his blog to your RSS feed.
Congratulations, Mr. McCord!
Top Sales Book: Art Sobczak
Congratulations, Mr. Sobczak!
I purchased Tibor Shanto and Craig Elias‘s new book, Shift Selling, which won the bronze medal. I don’t have to read the book to recommend it. I wrote a post called The Case Against Trigger Events, and Craig responded in the comments. Tibor and Craig are way out in front when it comes to a framework for understanding and using trigger events. Read the comments, then go buy the book.
Top Sales Blog
There were 25 blogs on the initial list published. Each and every one of them is worth your time and attention. Think of them as tools in your toolkit; one of them is bound to have an idea or answer for whatever may be ailing you.
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