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Dealing with virtual sales rejection
Social selling can be tricky. There are no real rules other than the golden rule: Treat other people as we would wish to be treated ...
The futurist: Extreme graphene
In 2004, scientists Andre Geim and Kostya Novoselov from the University of Manchester, used adhesive tape to lift a thin layer of carbon from a block ...
Managing uncertainty with confidence
Recently, a friend gave me a gift that included this tantalizing quote from clergyman Robert Schuller: “What would you attempt to do if you ...
How to be a Challenger Seller
Imagine an actor who has trained all his life to play Macbeth and suddenly he’s cast in, say, The Lion King. Yes, ...
Executive wheels: Confessions of a minivan man
I am a minivan man. And I'm not alone. I know many, many men who really like minivans. I also actually know a few ...
Falling out of love with being CEO
I was a CEO once. In my first real company, Feld Technologies, there were two founders – me and Dave Jilk. I was president (we ...
Best of CoBiz: Top seven lessons business can learn from politics
Understand that, both in politics and the business world, it is a “gotcha” game. Skeletons, gaffes, indiscretions and so on need not ruin ...
Behavioral finance: The latest craze
If the masses are irrational, emotional fools, can they be exploited? If greedy investors are bidding up the market to insane levels and fearful investors ...
Prepare for bends in the road
There is naturally fear in making predictions about the future because you are virtually guaranteed being wrong about at least part of your prediction. ...
Executive wheels: Wanna race?
I’m probably the last guy on earth that Subaru should have sent a WRX STI model. I don’t fit any type ...
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