Home » Archive by Category

About Sharon Drew

Some of My Journey
Friday, 2 Jul, 2010
Some of My Journey

I could never figure out why I was born with a warm, loving heart, and a brash, obnoxious personality.

Without a telescope, the world looks flat
Tuesday, 22 Jun, 2010
Without a telescope, the world looks flat

For decades, folks who discovered Buying Facilitation™ were delighted. Finally, these visionaries said, a way to help those behind-the-scenes decisions get made in our favor instead of just sitting and waiting for buyers to come back and buy! One man, a VP of Sales at Merrill Lynch, shouted, “I KNEW IT I KNEW IT! I KNEW SOMETHING […]

How not to make a prospecting call
Tuesday, 27 Apr, 2010
How not to make a prospecting call

A woman from Australia recently called me on a cold call. She started by calling me  ‘Sharon.’ For those of you who know me, I refer to myself as Sharon Drew.  Folks who call me ‘Sharon’ are either making a cold call, or haven’t read my books or blogs. I have a long history with this problem, so playfully […]

Why Choose the Earth?
Thursday, 22 Apr, 2010
Why Choose the Earth?

For the past 40 years, a debate has been ‘raging’ about the earth, the environment, and all things ‘green.’ Is there a problem? What is the evidence? What is my part? Can one person make a difference? Is there a market for ‘green’ and can I make money from it? How would I have to […]

As A Single Woman
Tuesday, 26 Jan, 2010
As A Single Woman

This past Saturday morning I woke up early for my longest workout of the week: pecs, shoulders, biceps and triceps and an hour of Body Step. I hate hate hate the gym (it’s a sadistic series of tortures that play on our guilt and vanity), but it must be done, alternate choices being what they are.
I then […]

Dancing Together
Tuesday, 12 Jan, 2010
Dancing Together

As many of you know, I’m a dancer. I began dancing when I was 8, standing on my father’s toes as we (my mother was relegated to dancing with the instructor) learned Latin dancing. When I was 10 took ballroom dancing classes, and at age 11 I was a ‘regular’ on Connecticut Bandstand (I even got […]