Dave Brock — September 14, 2019 Follow @davidabrock — September 14, 2019 As much as we want to, and should, focus on our sales successes, a large part of sales has to do with failure. We win some, we will always lose some. We try a certain approach, say a prospecting program, or a new … Continue reading Learning From Our Failures
JoAnn Corley — September 11, 2019 Follow @joann corley — September 11, 2019 Wanna know one of the the most significant crimes committed against the business community?…the separation of HR and management. This antiquated dividing wall has done more to set up businesses to waste time, money and talent. Every day I see money steadily … Continue reading What’s One of the Biggest Crimes Committed Against Your Business?
Bretton Putter — August 9, 2019 Follow @brettonputter — August 9, 2019 LoggaWiggler / Pixabay Defining your purpose Why does your organization exist? To make a profit, sure. That could be said of every other company on the planet. But what are the deeper reasons for its existence? What, other than competing for market share … Continue reading Purpose Beyond Profit: What Culture-Driven Leaders Know That Everyone Else Is Missing
Brian Wallace — August 5, 2019 Follow @nowsourcing — August 5, 2019 There is a hacker attack every 39 seconds, but only 1 in 4 organizations feel prepared to handle such a breach of security. With how much we rely on technology, system monitoring is more important than ever. When systems fail or an unexpected … Continue reading The High Cost of Downtime [Infographic]
Jean Moncrieff — July 25, 2019 Follow @eyejean — July 25, 2019 If you’re like me, you started your business for the freedom. The freedom that comes with running your own company. The freedom to earn what you deserve. The freedom to work for whoever you want, when you want, and from wherever you want. … Continue reading The Owner’s Trap
Robert Nissenbaum — July 5, 2019 Follow @rnissenbaum — July 5, 2019 The unwritten rule There have always been recommended guidelines about profile images on social media accounts, especially LinkedIn. I coached clients going back to 2009 to follow these same basic guidelines. This list is from a Business Insider article published more than 5 … Continue reading Why I Ditched My Professional Headshot
Brandon Seigel — June 27, 2019 — June 27, 2019 When we examine entrepreneurs from all walks of life, whether at the start-up stage, scaling toward success or becoming serial entrepreneurs, many exhibit similar recognizable qualities. Successful entrepreneurs are able to recognize talent, are focused on growth, are purpose-driven and are agile in an ever-changing … Continue reading Tapping Into the Entrepreneur’s X-Factor: Overcoming the Exchange Barrier
Karl Sakas — May 29, 2019 Follow @KarlSakas — May 29, 2019 Consider my 5 steps to survive the next recession. In the next recession, some agencies will survive, while others will fail. Are you prepared? ??The clock’s ticking. The 11 U.S. recessions since 1945 have happened about every five years… and it’s now a … Continue reading Is Your Agency Prepared For the Next Recession?
JoAnn Corley — May 29, 2019 Follow @joann corley — May 29, 2019 Today’s Question: How Can I Gain Clarity & Confidence When I Think It’s Time to Fire Someone? | TRANSCRIPT | Welcome to another edition of Coffee Talk. I’m so glad you came back today because today, we are talking about one of … Continue reading How to Determine When It’s Time To Fire Someone
Brian Wallace — May 3, 2019 Follow @nowsourcing — May 3, 2019 Counterfeits carry a high price. Over the course of 2018, counterfeit goods caused an estimated $ 323 billion in damages to the economy, and, for some consumers, even deaths. Fake products appear to be real, including packaging and design, but are lower in … Continue reading How Counterfeits Are Hurting Your Business [Infographic]