Marketing and Selling: Two Sides of the Same Coin – by Jonathan Catley

Jonathan Catley

Peter Drucker, business genius, once said, “The aim of marketing is to know and understand the customer so well the product or service fits him and sells itself.” That concept essentially defines marketing as early stage selling, but since Drucker’s time, many companies have divided marketing and selling into separate disciplines, rather than realizing that […]

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No Doubt About it, Success is a Decision You Make

Robert Terson

When salespeople call me for help, one of the first things I tell them is success is a decision you make. When you decide to be successful, are bound and determined that you’re not going to allow anything or anyone to stand in your way, success will follow. No, if your goal is a worthy […]

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Sales Training: Three Key Benefits for Using an Instructional Designer – by Sue Schnorr

Sue Schnorr

This post originally appeared on Dave Stein’s blog. We all know there are no silver bullets to sales training. But there is a critical component to designing excellent sales training and it’s one that often gets overlooked. We have made the point again and again: “ESR recommends employing an instructional designer on a contract basis […]

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A Book Review – “Selling For Introverts” by Alen Mayer

Robert Terson

I’ve known Alen Mayer for over three years, we’re colleagues in the STA Sales Mastermind Group; he was one of the first guest-post contributors to Sellingfearlessly.com. Alen is the author of numerous sales books, including his latest, Selling For Introverts – Stay True To Who You Are and Increase Your Sales!, which I’m reviewing in today’s […]

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Words of Encouragement

Robert Terson

“When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it.” Henry Ford   “One has to remember that every failure can be a stepping stone to something better.” Col. Harland Sanders   “When you get into a tight place and everything goes against you, till […]

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Have You Mastered the Alligator? – by Ken Smith

Ken Smith

Baseball and softball season is just around the corner and with the Polar Vortex we’ve been experiencing in some areas of the USA – we’re all counting the days to spring – whether or not you’re a fan of either sport. For the past eight years, every January, my friend and I begin practice for […]

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My Sensational Fearless Granddaughter

Robert Terson

In September 2012 my brother, Harlan, married the love of his life, Kris; about a 100 people attended this blessed event, including my three grandchildren—Jazmine, ten; Jack, ten on April 18th, and Jordana, eight. I’m insane about all three of my grandchildren, but it’s Jazmine (we call her Jaz or Jazy) I want to tell […]

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Hit the Mark with BULLETS on your LinkedIn Profile – by Mike O’Neil

Mike O'Neil

We all work on a shorter schedule nowadays. More and more often we try to ingest knowledge in bite-sized increments. The LinkedIn environment is no exception. When we glance at LinkedIn profiles, we tend to only “read more” if it passes the “glance test”… if the ease of reading pulls us in.  One way to […]

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The Joy of Making Friends Wherever You Go

Robert Terson

One of the things that saddens me is how the majority of people obliviously go about their daily lives. They’re in such a rush to check off all the items on their to-do list, get everything accomplished they think they need to, that they’re missing out on so many wonderful possibilities. I’ll explain. For decades […]

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Love in Action – by Mother Teresa

Robert Terson

One night a man came to our house and told me, “There is a family with eight children. They have not eaten for days,” I took some food and I went. When I finally came to the family, I saw the faces of those little children disfigured by hunger. There was no sorrow or sadness […]

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