5 Simple District Manager Practices That Inspire Results

It was Sabrina’s first day as the newest district manager of the mid-level retailer that she had represented for the past three years. She sat down at the desk in her private office, the transition from sales floor to corporate was surprisingly alienating.  She wanted to be back in the stores, but in her district… Read More

How To Support The Blogs You Love For Free!

Why Should I Share Blogs If I Do Not Blog? Because, simply, we blog for you.   If you enjoy a blog, please share it.  Our pay comes from your views, wether that be pay in cash or just through satisfaction of exposure.  If you share it, the blog will grow, and the greater growth the… Read More

9 Secrets to Embracing your College Experience

“Study” they said.   “Declare a major” they demanded.  For me college did much more for my life than just teach me the ins and outs of the multidisciplinary studies my degree reads.   Listed here are my nuggets of knowledge that I pass down to the interns I counsel.  They listen, they make their mistakes,… Read More

Build a Sales Playbook

Originally posted on David Cummings on Startups:
One of the first things a new sales leader (or entrepreneur running sales) should do is build a sales playbook. A sales playbook, put simply, is a central resource for tracking everything from the basics, like the elevator pitch, to the more advanced items, like differentiating from specific competitors.…