Archive | March, 2009

Find Your Core

When cialis 5 milligram the recession hit, many companies lost their nerve. They began to second-guess their own decisions. They compromised on what they believed was right because right was too expensive. They chased after business that wasn’t really a good fit — because any business was better than the potential of no business. And […]

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5 ways to promote internal training and events

I had a meeting with a client this morning and one of the topics on the agenda was how could cialis canadian pharmacy they better promote an internal training event that was optional for the employees. When I asked how they would normally promote it, they said…we’d make up a flier with all the information […]

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Social Media Isn't for Everyone

These days our social interactions and our online interactions are overlapping. And, if you read any marketing blog, or watch any entertainment television, you’ve likely been led to believe social media is the holy grail. Lately the common thought seems viagra alternatives gnc to be: by integrating social media cialis online into your marketing plan, […]

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Are You Afraid of Facebook and Other Social Networks?

Apparently, if you are a manager, the answer is yes. If you’re someone updating your status and telling people your home will sildenafil import / buy viagra and cialis online / http://cialisfromcanada-onlinerx.com/ / pharmacy tech degree online / generic viagra sildenafil be unoccupied (and ripe for a online viagra burglery) the answer is no. Two […]

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Grace

As the recession pounds on, it wears on people. Everyone is a little more uptight, a little more worried and as a result, perhaps a little more “me focused.” That gets in http://buygenericcialisonline-norx.com/< the way of us being cialis canada generic< capable of offering our customers, co-workers and employees something very valuable. Grace.

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Seven Tips to Improve Cold Calling for Lead Generation

In spite of the fact that in the past pushy salespeople and poorly trained marketers have tarnished the image of the phone, I still believe that reaching out via phone is a very effective lead generation tool. Studies by leading marketing research firms like MarketingSherpa show that 92% of B2B buyers are open to cold […]

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How to Keep Upbeat in Tough Times

I recently interviewed Rajesh Setty, author of the forthcoming book, Upbeat in the below video. Check out the shoe salesperson story! BTW, this was recorded in high definition. Be sure to select the HD option under the arrow menu on the right. [youtube uWNDSoesMA0 400]

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Handling Conflicts…the Abe Lincoln Way

We hung up the phone thinking “whew” that call sure got hot. An irate customer? A demanding boss? A frustrated sales rep? Nope. It was an internal planning meeting between sales and marketing for fiscal year 2010. Not all such meetings, of course, are this animated but this one sure was. And that’s not always […]

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