The good news: You can't lose what you never had. The bad news: The "job" was never yours in the first place. Sometimes it's hard to debunk long-standing institutional myths (even when the facts assault our senses) but you've always known that you don't own the job right? The job belongs to the company. Don't [...]
“My name is Joey Price and I'm the CEO of Jumpstart:HR, LLC. My company provides full-service HR support to small, emerging businesses in the United States and international firms looking to establish or grow their presence in the US. My company helps business owners grow their firms with confidence while alleviating the sting of the [...]
Last night I had the opportunity to share my insights and tips on leveraging social media for business with the Project Opportunity class of US military veterans graduating next week, and I left the class with a contest challenge and opportunity that would require them to uses multiple social media platforms to win a modest [...]
Five years ago, I learned how to take back 2 hours per day/ 40 hours per month/ 3 months per year of my FREEDOM... AND became more effective and productive personally and professionally when I did it. Here's how, and a resource for your consideration...
Host, Mindy Guisewite and Christopher Bell. Christopher Bell, III is the author and creator of the “But I Hate Sales™” seminars and events for non-sales people. He owns an IT and biotechnology software sales consultancy based in Columbia Maryland, and one of the fastest-growing commercial energy brokerage consulting companies in the Mid-Atlantic region. Chris is also a business communications course instructor at Howard Community College, an Encore Program Advisor-in-Residence at the Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship and one of the two winners in the 2010 Melinda Emerson $25,000 Entrepreneurs Challenge. If you own a business or are in business, you don't want to miss this one.!
FAMILIARITY connotes: “I’ve successfully done this before, so of course I know what I’m doing today.” But In business, many of The Roads of Familiarity which were once traveled without incident have become over-used congested routes that are easy to follow because most share the same mindset and are going nowhere fast.
The 2013 Technology Sales Arena. Are there new rules and new tools? Will it be a New Year with new fears? You're invited to register and attend a presentation hosted by the Howard County Economic Development Authority Speaker Series, and authored by Chris Bell, III entitled "2013 Tech Sales Trends & Tips" that may transform your business.
There's new messaging out that says it all: "Works Is Not A Place A Place You Go To." If you're you're engaged in professional activities that don't put you in front of a qualified, prospective customer or doesn't add equity to your business... it may be a TIME TRAP. What's it costing you?
"Anybody can become a consultant. But not everybody does it well. Here's what you need to know to thrive." - WSJ Article entitled "How to Succeed in the Age of Going Solo" written by Richard Greenwald.
I want to extend a special note of thanks and best wishes for the New Year to some of the people I collaborate with to include...
Yes, I did it. I'm a recent Blackberry-to-iPhone convert. The transition has been both exhilarating and disappointing. Make no mistake. I loved using my BlackBerry and though my 30-day iPhone 3GS trial is over I do find comfort in knowing that using a BB device was a smart personal and business decision two years ago.
In times of fiscal constraint, companies are always seeking ways to increase productivity and sales revenue while concurrently reducing their costs. A recent BusinessWeek blog post entitled "A New Wrinkle on Outsourcing" provides a fresh perspective on the use of Outsourced Sales Professionls (OSPs) in technology sales.
Have you ever talked to, our met with someone you've known for years and walked away from the dialogue blown away by their transformation or growth from what you perceived as a point of failure or tough circumstances? How did they seem to move from "zero-to-hero"? One plausible explanation is the "Law of Retraction."