Posts Tagged: business owners

From a Place of Service

“People need to know who you are. They need to know what you offer and you need to ask them to buy. If you’re uncomfortable with self-promotion, ask yourself what’s in it for the potential customer or client. Come from

From a Place of Service

“People need to know who you are. They need to know what you offer and you need to ask them to buy. If you’re uncomfortable with self-promotion, ask yourself what’s in it for the potential customer or client. Come from

Investing in Your Brand

“Most people don’t understand the value of investing in your brand and your own development. When you’re starting out, it seems like you need to cut corners and keep things cheap, but I’ve never regretted investing in myself, my skills,

Investing in Your Brand

“Most people don’t understand the value of investing in your brand and your own development. When you’re starting out, it seems like you need to cut corners and keep things cheap, but I’ve never regretted investing in myself, my skills,

Business at a Higher Level

“Successful business owners are constantly learning new ways to make their businesses grow and operate at a higher level. They are reading industry blogs, listening to podcasts, attending conferences, and taking courses.” ~ Brandon Gaille, Marketing Podcaster, Blogmaster – The

Business at a Higher Level

“Successful business owners are constantly learning new ways to make their businesses grow and operate at a higher level. They are reading industry blogs, listening to podcasts, attending conferences, and taking courses.” ~ Brandon Gaille, Marketing Podcaster, Blogmaster – The

Like They Will Buy

“Look, you need to treat the prospect like a buyer — treat everyone like a buyer. One of the biggest errors made by salespeople — especially experienced salespeople — is the supposed ability to determine who is and who isn’t

Like They Will Buy

“Look, you need to treat the prospect like a buyer — treat everyone like a buyer. One of the biggest errors made by salespeople — especially experienced salespeople — is the supposed ability to determine who is and who isn’t