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Posts Tagged ‘sales’

  • Networking and bigger cake

    Networking and bigger cake

    Today is about cake. I’d no sooner swallowed the first bite of my (very generously) iced doughnut when my table partner immediately went on the offensive… I don’t know why you bother with these meetings Charlie, I mean, come on, you can’t be making the big bucks? I’d known David a few months now, he [&hellip...

  • More time, less trauma

    More time, less trauma

    Most in business understand that investing time in reaching out to new customers is key to growing the business and certainly contributes to our own personal development. Some though, find that engagement through networking can be stressful, traumatic and in some cases, less than profitable. So we shall keep it simple. Let’s take the stress out of PTSD. [&hellip...

  • The human experience

    The human experience

    I’ve been around a while, discovered some success and I’m blessed to have been working with some wonderfully talented people, the human kind! Over time I’ve also discovered that success is powered by three fundamentals. Your know-how, your reputation and your network of contacts. Sounds simple don’t you think? Isn’t that how it should be [&hellip...

  • Remarkable, the extraordinary

    Remarkable, the extraordinary

    Surrounding ourselves with extraordinary friends, those of like minds, not only makes us feel good, it simply helps to get the job done, don’t you think? I’m in the business of connecting people and although I’m more than comfortable having a room full of people – who perhaps don’t quite yet share my conviction of [&hellip...

  • Ready for harvest

    Ready for harvest

    ‘Busy connecting, ready for harvest, that’s me Charlie, we’re looking good.’ Ben and I were discussing his latest steps toward independence from business with mum and dad and now the conversation has moved to the new-found sales network. With finance and the accountant now in place, Ben was happy to visualise how he could move forward [&hellip...

  • Significant salesman

    Mar 2, 17 • UncategorizedNo Comments
    Significant salesman

    Ben and I are coming to the end of our first month together, working through his business ‘ideal’ to establish where he’d like to take his life experience. The family business of Cordwainer has been sold and with Ben not wishing to be part of the new ‘set up’ we’re on a path of discovery. [&hellip...

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