I subscribe to a Daily Boost of Positivity, and today's email was too good not to share. According to Jacob Morgan, modern-day selling has a lot in common with the late Bruce Lee. That's right: Bruce Lee. How? One of Bruce Lee's approaches toward martial arts was the idea of fighting without fighting, which can be … Continue reading Selling To Bruce Lee
It's the end of April, and it snowed yesterday. Fittingly all the snow had finally melted off the grass in my yard, and I even started spring yard activities over the weekend. It likely wouldn't be that bad if this was the first snowfall of April; but in fact it's the third. It seems like … Continue reading Your Thoughts On Fridays
I would like to continue on from a previous post (found here) and there is a new 'Moment of Truth', as Google calls it. Previously I recommended an e-book called ZMOT, which outlined a 'Zero Moment of Truth' for buyers. It says that once a consumer encounters stimulus related to a product or service, their … Continue reading What It Takes To Sell (part 1)
One year today I entered the world of blogging. It's exciting to know that my thoughts, ideas and impressions are being read; and I look forward to continuing on this journey. I started writing with the intent to formalize my opinions on Sales, Life and Leadership; and to challenge myself to express my thoughts in … Continue reading Happy Blogiversary To Me!
To those who know me, it is no secret that my favourite sports team is the Calgary Flames; it has been for as long as I can remember. In fact, at one point in my youth, I wanted to change my name to Mike Vernon (goaltender 1985-94 & 2000-02). Now, that's dedication kids!! Last week, … Continue reading 20 Pencils
Buying habits and strategies have changed; and it's no surprise they will continue to evolve as information becomes increasingly available. A replacement battery for a garage remote can cost you $13 at a local electronics store, or you can buy it for $1.01 and have it shipped free, from China: no-brainer! In a global market … Continue reading What on Earth is a ZMOT?
In my amazing husband’s last post, he spoke eloquently about goal setting and the importance of goals. I would like to continue his train of thought by talking about how important it is to keep that goal in front of you, always fresh in your mind, always ready to do what it takes to accomplish that goal, no matter how hard or inconvenienced you may become.
About a month before Alan died, we sat down and had an important talk on what we wanted our life to look like; What our goals were as a couple. And among the many things we wrote on our board, I would like to share the most important one…so important we wrote a BIG blue box around it. In the box, it simply stated: “live a life of significance.”
Alan and I always spoke of changing the world together…of being light in the darkness…
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