Read on...By Liz Wendling
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The sales closing secret?
When I ask professionals or business owners, "What's your biggest problem when you’re selling? Almost all of them say, "Closing the sale." ...
So, how are things going?
So at the beginning of a New Year, at the end of each quarter, and along the way, assess progress. You may have done this ...
Top five tips to juice up your cold calls
If you’re in the cold calling business, picking up the phone can be one of the hardest things you do. Dial after ...
Lighten the load with kindness
Though each of us is part of the walking wounded at least some of the time, we tend to forget all of the things others ...
When key employees go to a competitor
Your executives and top salespeople have access to your most valuable business strategies, sales contacts, growth plans and innovations. What do you do when ...
Best of CoBiz: Deadly dozen job search mistakes
Here are a few of the really stupid mistakes that job seekers make. Make sure you’re not making any of them. 1). Not answering ...
Passion is the fuel of greatness
In my consulting, I have found one of the distinguishing traits of passionate, high-performing organizations is an obsessive focus by the people in it on ...
Personal finance lessons from “Downton Abbey”
In episode 5 of season 5, which aired recently, Mrs. Patmore, the head cook from downstairs, just inherited 300 pounds from her deceased aunt. That might not sound ...
Denver energy investors’ outlook
Although the adage is that money makes the world go around, the same could be said for energy. At least that’s according to ...
Best of CoBiz: Try doing it Apple-style
Remember those first-day-of-school jitters? You were nervous with anticipation and, as a result, probably slept very little wondering where your classes were and what your ...
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