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by Braden Kelley and Adam Radziszewski Building strong sales relationships is all about trust and demonstrating how the product/solution will make the customer’s life better. But is traditional selling getting you where you want to go? If you’re looking to … Continue reading
You can now get a Lifetime Commercial License for the Change Planning Toolkit™! Thank you to everyone that has already: 1. Gotten the 10 Free Tools to sample the power the toolkit 2. Purchased my book Charting Change and gotten … Continue reading
I came across this video recently thanks to my friends at BLT who recruit consultants for firms in London and beyond. It pokes fun at the experience many internal and external consultants face with clients, whether we are working on … Continue reading
Describing push marketing is easy (or at least it should be). Push marketing is the traditional marketing and advertising seen everywhere. Push marketing starts with the product or service, identifies the features or benefits that potential customers will find most … Continue reading
I found this video via @MeghanMBiro and @berget and I just had to share it. It’s a wedding proposal from an actor in my hometown to his now bride to be, and is a great example of re-imagining a traditional … Continue reading
“You can get anything in life you want if you help enough other people get what they want.” – Zig Ziglar – Submitted by Paul Toussaint “An innovation leader’s job isn’t to provide the answers but to provoke the thinking … Continue reading
During the winter holiday shopping season in 2007 I was suspicious when a man at Costco asked if he could scan my Costco card while I was standing in line, thinking that he was going to try and sell me … Continue reading