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Asperger’s put to work: an essay on coding choice and decision making
Monday, 5 Mar, 2018
Asperger’s put to work: an essay on coding choice and decision making

I wasn’t diagnosed with Nonverbal Learning Disorder – NLD, similar to

Some Truths about Systems, and How they Affect Change
Monday, 12 Feb, 2018
Some Truths about Systems, and How they Affect Change

As a Change Facilitator, I often get asked about the nature of decision making, change and buy-in. Since my responses seem surprising

How Sales Overlooks Buyers: Essay and Q&A
Monday, 11 Sep, 2017
How Sales Overlooks Buyers: Essay and Q&A

In 1993, when my first book cam out and before he died, David Sandler called to buy out my…

Steps Along the Buying Decision Path
Tuesday, 28 Mar, 2017
Steps Along the Buying Decision Path

As sellers we are taught to find prospects with a need that matches our solution and then find creative, professional ways to pitch, present, entice, push, market, or somehow introduce our solution to enable them to understand how our solutions will fix their problem.
Unfortunately, we fail to close over 90% of the time (from first contact) regardless of how well their need matches our solution. And it’s not because of our solutions, our presentations/pitches, or our professionalism. It’s because the…

The Heart of Sales
Monday, 21 Dec, 2015
The Heart of Sales

Sales could easily become a spiritual practice, bring in far more revenue, and make sellers Servant Leaders.
For decades, I have been a proponent of, and keynoter in the field of, Spirituality in the Workplace. In my work life, I have focused on the sales profession, as I believe (as the very foundation of business), it offers the capability of making each person, each interaction, and each company, based on true service.
Unfortunately, with the focus on profit, solution placement, timelines, and commissions, the potential for true servant-leadership has been overlooked.