The first sign of survey addiction is that you put one on your blog. And another sign is when you can't resist taking a survey. Maybe it's because I am an introvert that I take extra time for planning every year. Most recently, last year, it really paid off with more to my bottom line. It's important for me to deliver content around what you want. I do write for the love … [Read more...] about You Know You Might Be Addicted to Surveys When Either of These Things Happen
Besides online social networking reaching puberty this year, being an introvert and okay with who you are reached adulthood. The evidence of this? The books, ebooks and blogs on some aspect of the introvert that showed up just this year is wonderfully - numerous. Here's a list I've collected this year for you to consider: 1. Adam McHugh, Introverts in the Church, I did a … [Read more...] about 2009 The Year Being an Introvert Became Desirable!
While November 10th is a general Forget-Me-Not Day, salespeople can take advantage of it to build into their follow-up plan if they have missed a few touches throughout the year. It would be especially beneficial for those customers whom you haven't seen in a while. You don't want them to forget you, do you?! … [Read more...] about Top Salespeople Stay in Touch with Prospects and Customers
This is an unusual year that I don't have my sales goals met! Could it have been those 2 months of being caregiver for my husband during his open heart quintuple bypass surgery and subsequent heart attack? Add to that 2 more months of caregiving for my mother, who had 80 years old had open heart aeortic valve replacement? I've felt like my car's fuel tank on a long trip - full, … [Read more...] about Reach Your 2008 Sales Goals in the Last 100 Days