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The 7 Truths of Sales Leadership

The vast majority of sales managers get it wrong!
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The Two Things Our Worst Jobs Teach Us

The worst jobs will always continue to teach us two things in particular
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Micro-Generation? “Xennials?”

The idea of micro-generations or split generations is not new
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The Secrets To Being A World-Class Sales Coach

The start of becoming a truly great sales coach is to assess what you bring to the table
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You Are a Workplace Safety Rockstar: A Supervisor’s Guide to Taking Safety to the Next Level

Safety will play a bigger role in the procurement process than it ever has
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Millennials Aren’t the Only Game in Town

Those tools used to market to millennials are also important in to another demographic
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What Will You Tell Your “Future” Granddaughter?

The costs of not getting control over your time and your life are enormous.
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Are Changing Ethics a Reflection of Life Stages? Let’s hope…

Does the largest generation in today’s workplace believe that ethics are negotiable?
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Breaking Through the Strexecution Point

The strexecution point is the exact point of transition between strategy and execution and is where most organizations commonly falter.
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Oversharing: You’ve Probably Done It, Too. Everyone Else Has

Because we race to share these things on social media, we also sometimes find ourselves oversharing
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How Will You Transform Your Savings Into Retirement Income?

All retirees may rely on some of the same income sources and strategies
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Should employers care what employees think?

Raising a question that’s intrinsic to the millennial workplace: Does retention matter?
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The Secrets To Being A World-Class Sales Coach

If you want to become a great coach and create a team that rocks, there are no magic pills
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Beware of Schemes During Tax Season

Every year, around this time, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) publishes its dirty dozen
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Five Steps To Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolution

About 80 percent of all New Year’s resolutions fail by the second week of February
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Why Character Still Counts

Having high character has become an increasingly important factor for leaders
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Bet You’re Guilty Of This Self-Sabotaging Behavior…I Am

Do you feel like a loser? If so, banish those negative feelings and give yourself a freakin’ break
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Diamonds are for…others?

For Millennials it may be preferable to spend more on the honeymoon than the ring
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Acquire the Confidence to Succeed

Self-confidence is a prerequisite to success and happiness