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Sell to Prospects who CAN/WILL Buy
Monday, 30 Oct, 2017
Sell to Prospects who CAN/WILL Buy

Your solution is great. You know the narrative of the type of buyers who buy.

Putting People First: the path to Customer Centricity, essay
Friday, 6 Oct, 2017
Putting People First: the path to Customer Centricity, essay

Charlie Rose interviewed Brian Moynihan, the CEO of

You’re Always Busy!?
Monday, 5 Jun, 2017
You’re Always Busy!?

Dear Friends:
Lately, everyone I know is complaining about how busy they are. It’s really beginning to annoy me. So I thought I’d write you this personal note – a rant, I suppose – to let you know how I feel when I hear you’re too busy to speak or return a call. No, wait. You did return my call recently when you heard I was ill. Do I have to be dying to hear from you?
What does it mean, exactly? Too busy to prioritize your time differently?

Trait-centered Leadership vs. Servant Leadership
Tuesday, 30 May, 2017
Trait-centered Leadership vs. Servant Leadership

I’m a dancer. When I studied the Argentine Tango there was a foundational rule that I believe is true

Miscommunication: the reasons, the cure, the prevention
Monday, 1 May, 2017
Miscommunication: the reasons, the cure, the prevention

Have you ever been absolutely certain you heard…

Influencers vs. Facilitators: essay on enabling change congruently
Friday, 3 Mar, 2017
Influencers vs. Facilitators: essay on enabling change congruently

Many learning tools and programs provide tools for Influencers – coaches, sellers, negotiators, leaders managers, and consultants – to help Others make the changes they seek. NLP codes the Others’ internal processes to enable practitioners to understand the proposed problem and ‘get in’ to make the change. Coaching programs teach how to recognize what the client is ‘really’ saying and offer the best techniques to help. Negotiators seek the BATNA. But all tools have one thing in common: they assume that the Outsider can…