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  • Whatever You’re Thinking, Think Bigger  By : Mike Brooks
    You’ve probably heard the expression that “Life is a self-fulfilling prophesy.” Nowhere is that more immediately apparent than in the world of commission sales. As you look around the company or industry you work in, I’ll bet it’s true that some reps, the top producers, are making two, three or even four times more than other reps selling the exact same product or service? Have you ever asked yourself why that is?
  • Hard Work Pays Off: I’m So Annoyed My Father Was Right  By : Mike Brooks
    This quote sure struck a chord with me. I can still hear my own father telling me how important hard work was. He used to say, “There’s no substitute for hard work, Michael.” And he used to practice what he preached. He was always the first one up in the morning, around 5am, and he wouldn’t return until after 7:30pm. He would spend an hour or so chatting with my mom after dinner, and then it was time for bed.
  • General Patton On Singleness Of Focus  By : Mike Brooks
    When I get in each morning, I look at my calendar of to do’s, and as soon as I get started on one task, my email beeps, and I take on something else. Next, my assistant reminds me of an article or email I need to write, so I start that as well. The next thing I know, it’s 5 P.M., and I haven’t done any of my follow up calls, let alone prospecting. If you’re like many other professionals I know, you can probably relate.
  • How To Increase Your Sales By Asking Questions  By : Bubba Mills
    “Sometimes questions are more important than answers.” Nancy Willard, American poet Jeopardy contestant: “Alex, I’ll take prosperity for $200.” Alex: “Answer: This will land you more sales.” Contestant: “What is asking the right questions?” Alex: “Correct!” I can’t help you win Jeopardy, but I can help you increase your sales by asking questions – but only if you keep reading.
  • A Kick In The Teeth May Be Good For You  By : Mike Brooks
    When I read this quote, I immediately resonated with it. The kick in the teeth came for me when I lost one of the most important sales in my young sales career. While we never like losing a sale, sometimes when we do there can be some good that comes from it. There sure was the case for me. Here’s what happened.
  • The Renter Pool Is Growing – Dive in and Swim (and Sell) Your Way to Riches  By : Bubba Mills
    Come on in. The water is fine. After all it is summertime — always a good time for home sales. And this summer you might find the water is particularly inviting. That’s because you have more people to approach – specifically renters.
  • These 3 Credentials Can Ignite Your Career  By : Jimmie Flores
    As a corporate trainer, I spend many days teaching students how to prepare for certification exams. These individuals are fortunate because the companies that hire me pay for the entire training, including all the materials. I enjoy doing this type of work because the students are motivated to earning a professional credential…
  • Want To Be An Entrepreneur? Start Here!  By : Bubba Mills
    Want to be an entrepreneur? It’s the first question everyone asks: where do I start? Well, if you want to be an entrepreneur but you wonder what’s been holding you back, I have the perfect place to start: the mirror.
  • Managing Millennials  By : Mike Brooks
    Sales management has always been a balancing act between supporting people to achieve more, and pushing them to go beyond what they think they are capable of. In today’s environment of motivating, encouraging and driving performance from the “so-called” millennial generation, there is even more to balance.
  • The Well-Fed Fox: How Focus Gets You All the Rabbits You Want And Makes You Happier At Work  By : Bubba Mills
    If you take one thing from this article, let it be this: If you want it all, focus on one thing at a time. Sure, you may not get the first rabbit as fast as you’d like. But when you put your full effort toward that rabbit, you’ll have a much better chance of catching it. And when you do, you’re proud, you’re more confident and most importantly, you’re nourished with enough energy to catch the next rabbit.
  • Spring Training for Realtors  By : Bubba Mills
    “The fight is won … long before I dance under those lights.” Muhammad Ali I don’t know all the reasons why Muhammad Ali earned the nickname, “The Greatest,” but I know one of them for sure. And his quote above says it all: he had the fight won before he even fought. All because of one simple word: preparation.
  • The Five Second Rule  By : Mike Brooks
    Thoughts are things. As true as the law of gravity, this is one of the fundamental laws in the universe. Whatever you believe with feeling, you bring into your life. And like gravity, you don’t have to believe in it for it to always be working in your life.
  • Let the UConn Lady Huskies Teach You How to D.U.N.K. in Your Job  By : Bubba Mills
    Let me save some of you some time. If you don’t want to be better at your job, please move on to something else. Good. Now that I have people who appreciate the idea of winning with me, let’s continue. And when I say winning, I mean winning at an entirely new level. The kind of winning that makes jaws drop. This article is about reaching the absolute pinnacle of achievement – a pinnacle so high that we have to stretch the English language.
  • The One Word That Will Make You an Amazing Salesperson (Hint: It Rhymes With Rabbit)  By : Bubba Mills
    Let’s get to why you’re reading this in the first place: to become an amazing salesperson. What actions do you need to make habits to become that amazing salesperson? And equally important, how do you make those activities actual habits so that they’re second nature?
  • Video Translation-Multilingual Subtitling  By : Language Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd.
    At LCS®, we use special tools for uploading and transcribing audio/video, whether it comes from a URL, like YouTube, or the video file directly. We accept a broad range of file formats making it even easier for you to straight upload it to our site including .mp4, .video, .mov, and .avi!
  • Why The ‘Will To Win’ Isn’t Enough…  By : Mike Brooks
    Today, I find that I can do just about anything if I’m willing to put in the time to prepare to win. You can too – if you’re willing to put in the time. The question is, are you?
  • You Can Do It  By : Mike Brooks
    Can you become a top sales producer? We all know who the top sales producers are. Every company has them. If you look at all the producers in your company, I’m sure they are ranked in production from top to bottom. If your company is like most, there are probably even monthly or quarterly bonuses for the top revenue earners.
  • We Can Do It!  By : Mike Brooks
    The exciting thing, though, is that a “can do” attitude is contagious. When you infect a whole team, a whole company, a whole family with a “can do” attitude, a lot of exciting things begin to happen. I always think of the impact one runner had on the world’s performance once he changed everyone’s attitude with his own accomplishment.
  • Tom Brady and Lessons for Sales  By : Mike Brooks
    Whether you’re a fan of Tom Brady or not, you’ve got to agree he’s a winner. In fact, if he and the Patriots win this week’s Super Bowl, he will break the tie with Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana of winning four Super Bowls. Tom Brady will have five, and he will be the best of the best. The article I read last week, yet again, provides a big lesson for all of us in sales.
  • Be Ready for the Millennials or Be Ready to Find a New Line of Work  By : Bubba Mills
    Sometimes you have to adjust your strategy to win. And one group you’ll need to adjust for is coming over the proverbial hill: millennials — those born between 1981 and 1997. And yes, they’re riding Shetlands. Put more simply: they’re different. And if you understand those differences — and adjust your aim — you and your bottom line will be just fine.
  • Importance of Concrete Jersey Barriers at Construction Sites  By : Robert Lawson
    There are many reasons for using safety barriers in the construction industry. But the main reason behind this is: to protect the workers and also the public. For instance, just imagine – a worker falling from a height, and injuring himself or perhaps the fall results in his death.
  • Making Friends With Crocodiles: Rethinking Your 2017 Marketing Plan With Rising Interest Rates  By : Bubba Mills
    As expected, for only the second time since the Great Recession, the Federal Reserve opted to raise interest rates one-quarter of a point. Many economists agree and predict mortgage rates will keep climbing. The big question for Realtors of course is this: “How can I still have a stellar 2017 despite those rising interest rates?” Glad you asked. First, no fretting, because you CAN have a great year.
  • Avoid This “Ghost” Of Christmas Future  By : Mike Brooks
    For December, I’m reading the classic tale: “A Christmas Carol,” by Charles Dickens. Oddly, I can’t remember ever reading it, though I’ve seen countless versions made for TV and movies. It’s fantastic, just like most books are that have been made into movies. Dickens is a superb writer, and there is a reason this is a “classic.”
  • How to Write a Killer Resume (Part Four)  By : Mike Brooks
    As you will see, by following just a few rules you will be able to craft a compelling resume that instantly sets you up as the perfect candidate for any job you choose to apply for. Moreover, by taking just a little bit of time to customize your resume to the specific company you are applying to (it’s easy once you know how), you will make the hiring manager feel like your resume was written just for him/her.
  • The Sales Force Imperative  By : Cindy Lanzendoen
    The Consumer Goods Technology magazine interviewed Sam Barclay (EVP StayinFront) to understand how consumer goods companies are using the performance management strategies and tools to enhance their sales force efficiency. Here’s some interesting explanation.
  • The Fail-Proof Business Plan for 2017  By : Bubba Mills
    Psst. Don’t tell anyone. I’m not sure if this is against the rules or not, but this isn’t your average article on how to write a business plan. Instead, it’s an actual business plan worksheet. So yeah, from a distance, it sort of looks like an average article. But I’ve disguised it. Our secret.
  • Five Common Business Mistakes  By : Certified Information Security
    Have you ever wondered what the most common business mistakes are? Read on to learn five of the most common, easily avoidable mistakes for business owners.
  • Top Ten Characteristics of Top Sales Producers (Part Nine)  By : Mike Brooks
    Top Characteristic Part Nine: In order to develop and protect your positive attitude, the first thing you need to do is resign from the company club. What I mean by this is that you have to stay away from the group of sales people in your office who do nothing but grumble about how bad or unfair things are in your company or about how bad the economy or industry is.
  • The Proper Way to Set a Call Back  By : Mike Brooks
    Not all sales close on the first – or even second or third, etc. – closing call. Because of that, it’s often necessary to set a call back to continue the conversation. Like most parts of a sale, the call back is one of those recurring situations that you, or your sales team, will find yourself in countless times a day or week. Because of this, it’s important that you develop and then script out a best practice approach to handle it effectively.
  • How To Write A Simple Yet Powerful Cover Letter (Part Two)  By : Mike Brooks
    By taking just a few minutes to customize a carefully worded cover litter like this, you will instantly become one of candidate that gets a call back. You will be very much in demand and soon you will have your pick of which opportunities to pursue. And having many companies who are interested in hiring you gives you the leverage to ask for and get things like a higher salary, a better commission structure and even a possible hiring bonus.
  • How To Turn Cold Leads Into Warm Leads  By : Mike Brooks
    Staring at a list of cold names you have to call can be discouraging. Calling those names and leaving voice mails that never get returned is also discouraging. And finally reaching someone only to be quickly blown off can be downright heart breaking! Don’t you wish there was a way to turn cold names into warm leads? There is!
  • Top Characteristic Part Ten: Invest Daily in Your Attitude  By : Mike Brooks
    Now that you have resigned from the company club, you can use that time and energy to do the one thing that will have the most impact on your performance and your life: Find ways to build up your attitude on daily basis. Before we get in to some ways to do that, let me emphasize the importance of investing time and energy every day to improving, strengthening and elevating your attitude. The “every day” part is the key.
  • Fluchtplan and Rettungsplan – The Most Modern Safety Standard  By : evikram kumar
    Since the time of Stone Age to this contemporary world; people are trying their best to get a proper solution of housing, for comfort and most importantly for the safety of life and household articles
  • The Difference Between Reconditioned and Refurbished  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    What is the difference between buying factory reconditioned and factory refurbished? Each year there are millions of products that are returned to manufacturers each year. Sometimes it is because they have been leased to the consumer and the lease is up or others because they aren’t functioning properly.
  • US Shipping Companies – The Most Professional Service Provider  By : evikram kumar
    The shipping industry has already seen the boom and having an amazing growth rate, which is a new age phenomenon and people are more and more depending on this particular business to get a proper solution for transporting of their valuables and other items from one place to another
  • Safety Matters: Are You Part of the 40 Percent?  By : Bubba Mills
    I read a statistic recently that shook me: Research last year from the National Association of REALTORS® found that four in 10 real estate professionals say they’ve experienced a situation that made them fear for their personal safety.
  • 5 Ways to Take Inspired Action and Get Results  By : Justine Clay
    I once went to a networking event where one of the speakers was a Facebook executive. She said that the company motto was “Move Fast and Break Things”. They got new ideas out there as fast as they could, saw what worked and what didn’t, and fixed the problems as they went along. When I thought about it later, I realized that the trait was common to all of the outrageously successful entrepreneurs I could think of.
  • Maintaining Equipment While Sticking To A Budget  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    In the field of radiation oncology there is always a constant battle between bringing the best treatment options to patients while maintaining equilibrium to the budget. In this latest installment we will continue to look into strategies that can help medical facilities that are struggling to find ways to reduce oncology costs while working to maintain quality.
  • The First Step to Happiness, Wealth and Abundance (Hint: It’s All in Your Head)  By : Justine Clay
    Have you ever noticed that people who are confident, bold and apparently carefree tend to enjoy a fulfilling and abundant life? When you look at those people what do you think? Do you assume that must have had a privileged upbringing, a top-tier education and financial support, or do you admire them for creating the life they have?
  • Standing Out From The Competition  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Are you looking for ways to make your product stand out above the competition? When shelves are lined with millions of products all claiming that they are better than the product sitting next to it what is it that helps you decide which one to choose? A products label helps market your product at the exact moment, the point of sale, sell your product.
  • Top Ten Characteristics of Top Sales Producers (Part Six)  By : Mike Brooks
    In conclusion, building rapport seems to be a lost art for many sales people. This is why most people (yourself included) hate getting calls from sales reps. But top producers know the value in treating people with respect and with genuine interest. By doing so, you can not only develop a long and loyal customer base, but you can begin to enjoy what you do more as well. Sounds like a win/win to me.
  • Is It Too Late to Launch the Creative Business of Your Dreams? (Nope!)  By : Justine Clay
    If you were to jump off a cliff and launch the creative venture of your dreams, what would it be? Would you make films? Exhibit and sell your art or photography? Write a book? Motivate, teach and educate from the stage? The possibilities are endless. So are the excuses not to make it happen. How do I know? I’ve been there.
  • Examining The Need For Conveyor Belts – Types Of Conveyor Belts  By : Jurgen Mennel
    The most obvious gain of utilizing conveyor belts is that they fitted for carrying out automated action on regular basis time and again. They are dependable highly and can eliminate much of the manual-labor requirement of performing low intensity duties like transporting materials between different areas or into storage. Diverse types of belts are available depending upon the kind of task foro which someone requires them.
  • Top Ten Characteristics of Top Sales Producers (Part Four)  By : Mike Brooks
    Top Characteristic Part Four: Thoroughly qualify each and every prospect and client before you set up your close or demo or run your appointment.
  • Top Ten Characteristics of Top Sales Producers (Part Five)  By : Mike Brooks
    Take some time this week to restructure the opening of your presentation or demo and put some of the requalifying questions you’ve read above. Or, adapt some of your own. The more you ask these kinds of questions, the stronger of a closer you’ll become.
  • How Wal-Mart Can Help You Keep Your Commission  By : Bubba Mills
    “To give real service you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity.” Douglas Adams
  • Six Great Primary Research Methods for Startups  By : Krisha Franz
    Primary research allows you to connect directly with your target market to understand their needs better. There are a number of different types of primary research and using a combination of these will give your business the best chance of success.
  • BitCoin Halving – How It Affects BitCoin Price  By : Richard Bradley
    We will soon be upon the BitCoin Halving Event There is allot of speculation going around about the significance of this event and how it affects the price of BitCoins
  • Top Things to Consider before Starting a Business  By : Samantha Frost
    Starting a business can be an intimidating idea to think about. New establishments are looked upon as fragile and volatile. Usually, starting a business also requires some sacrifices, like the need to invest your hard-earned money and a great deal of time and effort without assurance of success. These are only some of the reasons why not everyone likes the idea of putting up their own businesses. Others just do not have the confidence to pursue their ideas while others may not even know where to start.
  • The Three Times to Handle an Objection  By : Mike Brooks
    Try using the techniques and scripts above during your upcoming week of pitching your product or sale. You’ll be amazed by how much easier your sale becomes – and how many more deals you’ll get.
  • It’s No Longer Enough to Just Be an Expert in Your Product or Service  By : Dylis Guyan
    Businesses are started by people with ideas Concepts that they have something to offer and that their product/service will improve the lives of the people who will buy it
  • 5 Ways to Identify Your Purpose and Unique Talent  By : Justine Clay
    How many of you ‘get’ the concept of finding your passion and building a business around it, but are struggling to make it happen? I get it. Being told to find your passion is like being told to cheer up when you’re feeling depressed. Not only is it not helpful, it’s counter-productive because it just makes you feel even more disconnected from your inner gifts.
  • 1 Billion-Plus Reasons Why You Should Be Active on Facebook  By : Bubba Mills
    The number is staggering and potentially career-ending for Realtors who ignore it: 1,440,000,000. That’s the total number of monthly active users on the social medium Facebook.
  • Data Management and the Future of Marketing  By : Incedo Inc
    Organizations globally continue to deal with humongous volumes of data. Data Management companies today are working out strategies and plans for enterprise data management for global clients. Data Analytics, specifically Big Data helps organizations analyze and derive meaningful patterns in data.
  • Take Your Resume Off Life Support  By : Linda Matias
    Ditching your current resume and starting from scratch is sometimes necessary. Especially when you aren’t receiving any responses or the responses you are receiving are for positions you aren’t interested in. Most jobseekers fall into the trap of revising the existing information when what they should be doing is opening up a new Word document and writing the resume from the ground up.
  • What Affects the Bitcoin Price?  By : PTC BitCoin Success Blog
    Before we go into the details as to what affects the BitCoin price, we need to clarify some definitions first The BitCoin Price and the BitCoin value are not related to each other
  • What Are BitCoins?  By : PTC BitCoin Success Blog
    Bitcoins are a decentralized, open-source, worldwide digital currency It is not controlled by any bank or owned by any government
  • BitCoin Wallet – How To Get One  By : PTC BitCoin Success Blog
    In this article, we’ll discuss the aspect of using a Bitcoin wallet to safely store your BitCoins In a relatively short space of time, BitCoins have earned its place as a viable alternative to paper (fiat) currency
  • BitCoin Price – History and Future Trends  By : PTC BitCoin Success Blog
    When BitCoins were first released in early 2009, there was no price associated with BitCoins since there were no existing currencies that could be directly exchanged for them A number of early adopters began getting involved in BitCoins since they saw its potential as an alternative medium of exchange
  • BitCoin Value – What Is It?  By : PTC BitCoin Success Blog
    What is the actual value of BitCoins To understand the BitCoin value, we need to first understand the true meaning of the word “value” – since everyone considers the value of an item differently
  • 5 Ways to Get Better at Handling Objections  By : Mike Brooks
    If you’re truly committed to becoming one of the best producers in your company or industry, then commit to using the secrets listed. I guarantee that if you do, your career and your life will change in exciting and fulfilling ways.
  • How to Requalify Existing Prospects and Clients  By : Mike Brooks
    Just because you think you know something about someone, you can still learn more. Think about it: When was the last time you were able to thoroughly qualify someone on the very first call? It probably took a few, didn’t it? When you use these kinds of requalifying questions, you’ll be in a much better position to completely qualify an opportunity. And that can only lead to more business.
  • Window Cleaning- The New Profession  By : evikram kumar
    Everyone wants to lead a clean and beautiful life with no worries and tensions. Each one wants to lead their life in a systematic manner. Each one has some desires or dreams that they want to fulfil in their life
  • The Process Of Obtaining Surety Bonds  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Surety bonds are contracts between a business, bonding company and third party. They are purchased by businesses to confirm the fiscal worthiness of a company as well as to offer affirmation on their reputation.
  • Handling Objections When Requalifying  By : Mike Brooks
    Doing this will make you a more successful closer – and a more confident one as well.
  • How to Handle the “Status Quo” Objection  By : Mike Brooks
    The point of these rebuttals is to bypass this resistance so you can get in front of a qualified lead and pitch your product or service. Obviously, once they agree to do a demo with you, you’ll want to ask other qualifying questions.
  • 20 Networking Tips For People Who Hate Networking  By : Justine Clay
    The foundation of a thriving business is building and maintaining a strong, dynamic network of trusted collaborators, supporters and advisors. Modern networking is built around starting conversations, forming genuine relationships and focusing on giving, rather than getting. In this post, I’ll share 20 tips to help you network more effectively, AND have more fun as you build and maintain a thriving network.
  • Reasons You Should Switch To HP LTO 6  By : Richard Stutchbury
    An increasing number of individuals as well as businesses are becoming more concerned with online security as well as privacy. You cannot be careful enough when it comes to selecting a data backup system. You want to choose one that offers you the best privacy and security for your data. This is an important feature in businesses that contain a lot of sensitive information.
  • HP LTO 5 Data Backup: Are You Intentionally Putting Yourself At Risk Of Data Loss?  By : Richard Stutchbury
    HP LTO 5 cartridges would be very useful in the pursuit of data backup. These magnetic data tapes are cost-efficient in long-term maintenance costs, apart from offering data security and preserving the integrity of your information.
  • The Meaning of Colors When Used In Custom Labeling  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    As product manufacturers the concept of outsourcing is nothing new. This is so true when it comes to all of the activities outside of product development such as packaging, labeling, marketing, distribution and the list goes on and on.
  • Five Ways To Help Your Agents To Achieve More  By : Bubba Mills
    Napoleon Hill is the author of “Think and Grow Rich,” the book that has sold more than 20 million copies. But he also wrote a book called “The Law of Success,” and in that book he shared what he called his golden rule and true secret of success: “Only by working harmoniously in co-operation with other individuals or groups of individuals and thus creating value and benefit for them will one create sustainable achievement for oneself.”
  • Bonds Regularly Used Within The Construction Industry  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Within the construction industry bonds are frequently used to help reinforce industry regulations and contractor/client relationships. Many of us outside the construction and bonding issue are at a loss when trying to understand the purpose of construction bonds as well as how they work to benefit each individual in the process.
  • Don’t Try To Be A Leader  By : Bob Corcoran
    We all know about four-letter words. But today I want to talk about one two-letter word that beats a certain three-letter word all day, every day, day in and day out.
  • Slatwall & Floating Shelves – A Perfect Way To Improve Your Retail Business  By : Lily Alvin
    It’s a fact that with every passing second, the world moves a bit forward and our shops – at least, the ones that have not succumbed to the downturn – are no different. In such difficult times, shop owners need to find that subtle balance between cost effective and attractive shopfittings and choose the one that best suit your outlet.
  • Small Business Owners – Expand Your Business Online This Year  By : Andre Amsing
    If you are reading this article you are probably looking for a way to expand your business online Since the economy is going online rapidly, it may be vital for the future of your enterprise that you learn how to expand your business this year
  • Details On Auto Dealer Surety Bonds  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    In this installment of surety bonds we will continue to look at major points of the claim process in auto dealer surety bonds.
  • Indesign Text Wrap  By : Tom Gillan
    Those familiar with other word processing programs often ask how Indesign deals with text wrap , that is wrapping your text around a placed graphic or element like a pull quote. This is a very useful feature for improving the look of magazine articles, brochures, and annual reports. The first point to remember is that text wrap is applied to an object, not to the actual body of text.
  • Real Estate Career Checklist: Were You Born for This?  By : Bob Corcoran
    Remember the last time you saw someone be extraordinary? Maybe it was David Copperfield, the magician, making an airplane disappear into thin air amid an audience’s disbelieving gasps. Maybe it was Tony Bennett belting out a flawless “New York, New York.” Or maybe it was someone closer to home – a top producer in December celebrating a personal best of 200 homes sold for the year.
  • The Significance of Product Labels Within The Food Industry  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Product packaging and labeling is an important aspect in marketing a company’s product. This is especially true when it comes to products in the food industry. When it comes to selling a food product it is important to realize that both the products packaging and labeling created for protection, freshness, marketing and compliance with government regulations.
  • Four Popular Surety Bonds for Small Businesses  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Surety bonds are often associated with insurance. This is understandable for a few reasons. Bonds provide coverage for losses that are incurred and are often sold by insurance agents. The difference however is that with surety bonds they must be noted where as regular insurance does not.
  • How To Prevent Air Pollution During Asbestos Removal  By : Wade Rogers
    It’s actually possible to stay around asbestos containing material (ACM), but still not get affected by any of its harmful effects. This is simply because asbestos only becomes harmful when its fibres are allowed to pollute the air. When you breathe in such fibres in significant amounts, and during extended periods of time, you’re at risk of developing lung cancer or various other respiratory diseases
  • Exactly What is a Construction Surety Bond  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    A construction surety bond is commonly known as a contractor’s license bond. It is used to make sure that a construction project is completed as stated within a given contract. In the event that the contractor is unable to complete said contract on time, within budget or other ramifications stated within the contract the surety company will guarantee payment to the owner to prevent financial loss.
  • Don’t Select A Conveyor Just Based On Advanced Features  By : Jurgen Mennel
    Selecting the right conveyor involves much more than getting the most advanced features. You would have to consider certain timelines in getting the entire system up and running. This would be quite crucial if you are re-structuring part of or the entire setup of your facility. Therefore, having a system that can be installed quickly would greatly help in cutting down on the downtime and keep operations running smoothly.
  • The Top 10 Mistakes New Business Owners Make  By : Joe Searle
    Learn why you should create an online income today, and some of the strategies that you can use to do just that.
  • 3 Essential Elements of Creating Great Sales Copy Writing  By : KHALIL Bashir
    Selling services or products over the Internet can be done in two ways You can either sell through catalog style e-commerce marketing or through direct response marketing
  • HP LTO 6: Does Your Choice Storage Medium Offer The Right Kind Of Storage?  By : Richard Stutchbury
    This is a Storage Area Network, which simply refers to a bunch of storage devices interconnected within a high-speed network. Moreover, the high-speed network also connects such devices with servers. In such a situation, applications that are running on servers within the high-speed network would access block-level storage from the storage devices.
  • Boost Your Sales by Using This One Word  By : Mike Brooks
    You will make more sales faster and with less struggle if you set the proper expectation on the front call and confirm it by opening your closing call using this magic word.
  • “I Want to Think About It” – Ten New Ways to Handle it!  By : Mike Brooks
    The bottom line is that when someone says they want to think about it, it means they aren’t sold yet. And it could very easily mean that they aren’t sold on your solution, and they never will be because they have something else in mind. And that’s why you must get your prospect talking.
  • How to Get Your Prospect Talking  By : Mike Brooks
    As you can see, these scripts are designed to get someone who is noncommittal to begin opening up and to tell you where they stand – both positively and negatively. Once you know where someone is emotionally and logically with your product or service, you’ll have the leverage to adjust your close and get closer to a sale.
  • Do I Need A Coach – Invest In You!  By : Laura Moore
    Are you getting what you want from your life or your business? Do you even know what you want? You may be asking yourself, “Do I need a coach”? Of all the things successful people do to accelerate themselves down the path of success, coaching is one of them. Why is that? A good coach is a great friend but is also an unreasonable friend. He (or she) will not cut you any slack nor tolerate any excuses. A good coach will help you define your goals, organize them into a plan of action then ride your butt to be sure you execute. He will push you to be all that you can be.
  • Four Must-Dos Every Morning For Successful Realtors  By : Bob Corcoran
    Without starting, nothing gets done. I think we can all agree a good start to your day beats a bad start any day. So how much attention are you giving your starts – your mornings? Most of us just wake up in a near robotic sleepwalk, hit the shower, throw down breakfast and hit the door for the office. But what if you could add a little magic to your mornings – enough to actually change your whole day into something much better?
  • Network Marketing Success – How to Stop Procrastinating  By : Laura Moore
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    Remember, competition will always exist, but you can beat it and win business if you’re prepared with proven and effective scripts like those above. Pick your favorite ones and tailor them to your particular sale.
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    Age doesn’t need to define you! Here are 6 ways to turn your age into an asset.

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