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Shark Attack

In which we are reminded about the power of boundaries in the questions we ask. Read more »

Onion Disruption (Issue 1051)

In which we are reminded to share with clients the full picture of purchasing and implementing a new product or service lest they find it not their taste later on. Read more »

Look Ahead (Issue 1050)

In which we are reminded to look ahead, far ahead, in our strategic accounts, to anticipate conflicts and opportunities that may affect our sales progress. Read more »

Personal Touch to Top of Mind (Issue 1039)

In which we are reminded that, the more deeply we know our clients’ challenges and celebrations, the more able we are to share resources that they find valuable and that elevate our visibility. Read more »

Then The Rains Came (Issue 1015)

In which we are reminded about the importance of checking for changes just before client meetings. Read more »

Burnt Sugar (Issue 1014)

In which we are reminded to develop at least one clear differentiator that attracts potential clients to us. Read more »

The Voice of Potential Consequences (Issue 1013)

In which we’re reminded to help our clients see what may happen if they don’t change course. Read more »

Fiber Fortification (Issue 1012)

In which we are reminded, lest we miss the opportunity, to stay close enough to our clients (and friends) that we can anticipate approaching significant decisions in which our experience can be a helpful guide. Read more »

To the Other Side of the House (Issue 1011)

In which we are reminded to, from time to time, look more broadly at our clients’ situations. Read more »

We Are What We’ve Heard (Issue 1010)

In which we are reminded that, to continue developing, we need to listen more widely. Read more »