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Professional Development

In this episode, Brenden Kumarasamy will discuss how to succeed at public speaking, sharing tips on everything from body language to delivery. We will share the common misconceptions and challenges around public speaking.

How do we break the cycle and set goals that stick? Here are seven powerful goal-setting tips we share with our clients that turn "resolutions" into results. 

In sales, you should keep your options open. Don't invest all your time, money, brainpower, and other resources into one specific phone script, one prospecting method, or even just one product or service.

We even...

LinkedIn can be a useful tool from both a sales standpoint and a marketing standpoint. Part of that usefulness comes in the form of social proof.

Social proof is...

People raise their defenses when they detect familiar patterns that they're not fans of. And most people have had some sort of negative experience with marketing.

That's why pattern interrupts can be so useful!

Your time is valuable. As the old saying goes, time is money! Are you wasting that time and money on social media? If you're not doing things strategically, it's highly likely you are.

Here are four Sandler concepts to keep in mind when marketing your business on social media.

Marketing can either be a huge waste of time, money, and other resources, or it can be an efficient, valuable part of your business.

You’ve probably heard some variation of the arguably most famous quote in marketing history: “Half of the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don’t know which half.”

Unfortunately, that’s often true in the realm of marketing! But it doesn’t have to be. If you want to avoid that issue, start marketing strategically. There are three keys to marketing strategically.

In both sales and marketing, we often try to appeal to everyone. Traditionally, the goal is to get as many leads as possible into the pipeline because that means more sales, right?

In reality, that means more bad leads in the pipeline and more wasted time. And if you're spending time with the wrong people, you're robbing the right people of your time.

Today, September 22, we celebrate American Business Women’s Day, a day set aside to honor the accomplishments of business women across the nation. Here is a powerful true story from Lorraine Ferguson’s book The Unapologetic Saleswoman that illuminates: distinguishing role from identity.

A number of small factors will make or break your sales. The same is true in customer service, management, really all of business. So it absolutely applies in marketing as well!

Think about your email address for a moment. Have you ever considered what it says about you? Likely you’re using it extensively for both sales and marketing. Is it saying something you’re not intending it to?