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Tell Me Why (Issue 611)

In which we are reminded to ask our referral sources WHY they are referring us to their colleagues or clients.  Read more »

Contingencies (Issue 609)

In which we are reminded that not everything (anything?) goes as planned – good to have a back up in advance. Read more »

Clients Who Know (Issue 608)

In which we are reminded: We run a risk when we assume that clients correctly understand their problems. Read more »

Snow Blind (Issue 607)

In which we are encouraged to choose mid-range targets to guide us so we’re not distracted by daily swirling. Read more »

Something to Talk About (Issue 606)

In which we are encouraged to find and share news or statistics with our clients and prospects that will prompt conversation about the little mysteries that are critical to their businesses. Read more »

Taken for a Fool (Issue 605)

In which we are reminded to be a little skeptical about what we hear from our prospects and customers. Read more »

Genuine (Issue 604)

In which we discuss the gentle art of the compliment. Read more »

Cave of Wonders (Issue 603)

In which we discuss the opportunities and dangers in calling business prospects before business hours or on weekends and holidays. Read more »

Slow Leaks (Issue 602)

In which we are reminded to fix diversions that slowly reduce our sales time and productivity. Read more »

How Will I Know? (Issue 601)

In which we are reminded to understand our buyers’ criteria for making a change before pitching ideas or solutions. Read more »