Nobody wants to overpay for something. In fact, we’d all like to get the most for our money. But, some of the approaches to save money for your business might actually cost you money, and you might not realize it.
In the 2012 Olympics in London, Le Clos beat Phelps by five one-hundredths of a second to win the 200-meter butterfly. Over the past four years, Le Clos and Phelps have taken a different approach to competition – and in those approaches you’ll find valuable lessons for your business.
I discovered three surprising growth lessons when buying a Tesla and realized that old sales methods just don’t work anymore. Here are steps you can take to avoid outdated sales methods in your business.
Remember the old adage, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know?” Discover why when might be even more important than what or who.
Staying on top of the latest with your competition and customers can be the difference between being proactive or reactive – being in-the-know, or uninformed. Here are some of the latest insight and tools to discover valuable information about customers and competitors.
What do you think of with you hear the term “Salesperson”? If you’re like most people, you probably have a list of not so likable characteristics. Discover the truth behind why customers hate most salespeople and more importantly how you can prevent becoming the hated salesperson.