Business owners get caught betting on the wrong hands (i.e. wrong opportunities). Don't chase opportunities for too long. The longer you chase the opportunity, the more likely you are to lose your time and money. Read More
Nearly every day now I see a new start up promising to help local small businesses advertise online better. To be sure, small businesses trying to promote themselves online have a lot of options. A few years ago it was OK to spend a great deal of effort trying to be in a lot of places at once. Today, not so. You'd be better off just sticking to a Read More
The article discusses America's inflated asset prices and their prolonged decline. It states that prices will continue to decline and have not yet found a bottom. Read More
Why Transparency Is Important In Business? Honestly, I am asking that to myself. I believe it is important but why and how? Well, I would love to share the lessons I've learned along the way and I think it would be best conveyed if I use my own experience. Read More
That's right, $8000.00 bucks for buying a home! Why? Because, the Government loves to give out grants and stimulus when the economy is doing poorly, and this will be a real shot in arm for a lot of people and the economy. A strong Real Estate market would help the economy a lot right now and the Government wants people to buy homes. Read More
More and more, it seems like people are not answering their phone. No matter how often or what time of day I call, they just aren't answering. When I call over and over again and never get an answer, it's like spinning my wheels. So I began thinking, “Am I really in control?” and “Am I really being more efficient?” I realize now, that if I'm going Read More
While tenders make very clear sense for some products, for others they are an abdication of leadership, an unneccesary process and expense that does not always lead to the right outcome. Read More
It is actually good business practice for a busy entrepreneur to take some time, ideally every day, to relax and do something that has nothing to do with business. Read More
A common marketing exercise tells us to list all the adjectives we want customers to associate with our company or product. The result often looks like this (real slide, source withheld to protect the guilty. Read More
Who should lead the training of sales managers: Sales, HR Both? Read More

Give millennials a reason to stay - The benefits that can help you retain young talent

Job-changing is fast and furious in the early years of millennials’ careers: Young adults born in the early ‘80s …

Gary Hart @SalesDuJour Brings Passion for Sales

It could be argued that sales, in some form or other, is the most important function for any business. Because, without … More
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