Many salespeople are familiar with the term ‘Social Selling’ but few are able to execute it correctly. Instead of thinking sell first, social second, it needs to be the other way around. Keep reading to learn how to connect social and selling in order to have the most success possible.
When we know we have a long day ahead of us, most of us turn to caffeine, fast food or even skip meals altogether in order to save time and get more done. In reality, these poor eating decisions are hurting our productivity more than they’re helping. Keep reading to learn what food and drinks will help you endure long days and get more done, and which ones will leave you feeling groggy and unmotivated.
By Nick Kane (Janek Performance Group)
Imagine you decided to go on road trip—woo hoo!—only you didn’t pack a stitch of clothing, you didn’t bother with a map or GPS, you didn’t fuel up the car, you didn’t put in a vacation request at work, and you had no destination in mind. Mentally, you’d be 99 pennies short of a dollar, and you’d get about as far as the end of your driveway before having to stop the car, go back into the house, and get a grip.
By Jamie Shanks (Sales for Life)
We all know LinkedIn can be a useful tool for social selling and connecting with prospects. But what you might not know are how you going about doing this. Learn 7 secret LinkedIn tactics that will help you sell more efficiently and effectively.
Since there’s no way to add more hours into the day, we have to learn to become more productive with the time we do have. Luckily, there are plenty of apps to help us do just that. Learn about 21 apps that are guaranteed to help you boost your productivity, accountability, and success!
Social media is a great place to network with clients and customers online, but each social network requires a different approach. Keep reading to learn the best way to network on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
I usually shy away from using Facebook to network, but this article gives some great tips for using it to share ideas and show off your personal brand.
By Doug Aamoth (Fast Company)
It’s been a long winter and spring is finally here! It’s time to declutter your life, physically and digitally. Use this article to find 5 apps that will help you do just that. I especially liked the TinyScan app to help organize random papers, menus, and notes I have on my desk. It will even capture the images into PDFs that I can store in Evernote.