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Why Adaptive Leadership Is the Only Way to Get Results

Why Adaptive Leadership Is the Only Way to Get Results | Sales Power | Scoop.it
Adaptive leaders get better results because they build dynamic teams that embrace change.
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Create Beautiful Presentations Easily With Slidebean

Create Beautiful Presentations Easily With Slidebean | Sales Power | Scoop.it
Presentations are part and parcel of our lives. Whether it’s a university assignment, monthly sales meeting or pitching a product to potential investors, a presentation has to look good and have great content.

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aanve's curator insight, March 20, 2014 3:32 AM

www.aanve.com

 

Dave 'Tex' Smith's curator insight, March 20, 2014 5:11 AM

Haven't looked at yet but always looking for good presentation packages 

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What Small Businesses Should Know [Infographics]

What Small Businesses Should Know [Infographics] | Sales Power | Scoop.it
Data is the future of marketing. Numbers dictate and align business strategies with opportunities in the marketplace. They are an invaluable storytelling tool, and the lifeblood of your business.

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Sara Prendergast's curator insight, March 11, 2014 11:40 AM

This infographic explains the importance of using images in trying to make a point. We are visual learners and sharing images via social media can be a great way to  reach our customer base.

Michelle Gilstrap's curator insight, March 11, 2014 2:03 PM

Good Infographic about Data and Color

Pixolution Studios's curator insight, April 21, 2014 4:15 PM

Why create an infographic? What Small Businesses Should Know [Infographics] | @scoopit via @digitalassetman http://sco.lt/...

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Hear It Straight From The Decision Maker If You Want Qualified Leads

Hear It Straight From The Decision Maker If You Want Qualified Leads | Sales Power | Scoop.it
Every time you generate sales leads, know that for every lead there is a wealth of information on a prospect that you can use to improve your chances. Yes, it's purpose is to help you make a sale b...

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clarissa hamilton's curator insight, February 19, 2013 12:56 AM

Every time you generate sales leads, know that for every lead there is a wealth of information on a prospect that you can use to improve your chances. Yes, it’s purpose is to help you make a sale but getting that information is its way of doing just that. It educates you on what your potential clients might want, how much they can afford, how much of the entire organization approves your offer etc, etc.

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7 Ways To Reignite Your Passion For Success

7 Ways To Reignite Your Passion For Success | Sales Power | Scoop.it

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Success Freaks's curator insight, January 25, 2014 7:34 PM

Some pretty good tips to get you back on track....

Paul Dixon's curator insight, February 5, 2014 12:27 PM

Follow your passion and success will follow you. We all hear this gem over and over but what happens when your passion starts to fade? This shows you ways to reignite that passion.

Dorothy R. Cook 's curator insight, May 13, 2015 5:16 PM

LORD GOD YOU DID NOT GIVE US THE SPIRIT OF FEAR AND WE FRET NOT BECAUSE OF EVIL DOERS AND ASK OU TO HELP US EVEN THE MORE TO OVERCOME THAT WHICH WE MUST IN JESUS NAME AND FOR YOUR GLORY WE THANK YOU FOR CONTENDING WITH THOSE THAT CONTEND WITH US AND EVEN DESTROYING THE TRAPS AND HENDERANCES LORD WOR IN US WE OURSELVES BOTH INDIVIDUALLY AND TOGETHER AS A FAMILY ND YOU LORD GOD AS OUR LEADER AND FATHER. FOR YET THOUGH THEY SLAY US WE WILL TRUST IN YOU LORD GOD ALL MIGHTY FOR DELIVERING US FROM ALL THE THINGS EVEN THOSE WE DO NOT EVEN HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF THAT NOT ONLY EXISTS BUT ARE IN OPERATION SITE UNSEEN IN OUR LIVES AS  YOU LORD GOD ALMIGHTY THANK YOU FOR IT ALL   

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6 Tips for Finding New Job Success


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Filipe 's curator insight, December 11, 2012 11:17 PM

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                When the time comes that I actually get a job I want to start out strong. I want to make it my goal to go above and beyond and really impress my boss. I found this article that gives you tips on how to be successful. Having goals, before you start out any new job, is a very important key for success.

                First of all, the article talks about always asking questions before you find yourself knee deep in confusion. Don’t be shy or embarrassed to ask questions, your coworkers understand that your first couples of weeks in a new job are usually used for you to get accustomed to the new environment.  Next, you must always try your best to keep your social and personal life as far away as possible from your job. The first few months in a new job should be spent on learning and focusing on your new responsibilities.  Punctuality is a critical attribute to have for any kind of job. Being punctual will guarantee you a good first impression from your supervisors. Always keep track of time and leave yourself some extra time when it’s necessary.           

                Networking and socializing is a bad aren’t always bad things to do on the job. Get to know your coworkers, and let them get to know you. Another great tip for this article is that it’s always a good idea to take notes, and it’s never too late to start. Consider carrying a pocket-sized note pad whenever you get confused about something you have to do or just to make sure that you don’t forget something. Last but not least, is your attitude. One of your greatest assets could be a great disposition and a positive attitude. New workers that are positive are always welcomed to the team.

 

                In my opinion, the six tips on this article will be of great help to me. Some of these tips really changed my mind about how to act during your job. For instance, before reading this, I always thought that asking questions when you first start out would make you look incompetent. Also, I was under the impression that socializing with coworkers would make you look lazy. I am very grateful that I was able to find this article. I almost joined the workforce completely misinformed about the ways you should act during your job.   

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Resume Mistakes to Avoid in Search For a Job

Resume Mistakes to Avoid in Search For a Job | Sales Power | Scoop.it
Looking for a part time job, your first job or ready to start a new career, your resume speaks volumes about you. If your resume doesn’t make it past the first cut, you’re doomed; no matter how qualified you are.

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Filipe 's curator insight, December 13, 2012 1:11 AM

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Your first impression means everything, especially when you’re looking for a job. Your resume speaks volumes about you according to this article I found by Terry. It covers ten of the most common errors that people make when they’re making their resume.    

First of all, the person who is looking through your resume only spends seconds looking at it. You need to be concise, keep it to one page and one page only. If you take more than one page to highlight your talents its shows that you are unorganized and that you tend to go on and on about yourself. Next, fancy paper or any kind of visual aid, like glitter and fancy font, isn’t going to make any difference. In fact, it might even hurt your chances. Make sure to only include information that directly relates to your job, for example, no one really cares if you were a juggling waiter if you’re applying for an accountant job. Also, make sure you don’t have any outdated information, like having a paper route when you were eight years-old.

            Never, ever, lie or falsify information. Doing so will just come back to haunt you. Always make sure you spelled everything right. Double and triple check. Another thing that you must avoid is not to attach anything to your resume. However, if you actually land an interview, you may bring whatever you want to show him. Elaborating too much about your skills and past jobs and responsibilities is also a big no. A brief explanation of your past jobs and your responsibilities are more than enough. Another good point made by this article is that, even though writing a cover letter is a bit difficult, any cover letter is better than none.

            This article really helped shine a light on many things I was still uncertain about how to build my resume. For instance, before reading this I wasn’t even aware that a cover letter even existed. However, I’m glad I learned about it before it was too late. On the other hand, I was already aware of most of the tips given in this article either from school or just reading other articles around the web. I feel as if my resume, and my chances of getting called in for the interview, will be greatly improved.

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6 Smart, Easy Ways to Boost Your Company's Productivity

6 Smart, Easy Ways to Boost Your Company's Productivity | Sales Power | Scoop.it

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Carly Farlow's curator insight, October 14, 2013 5:42 PM

Awesome article on productivity!

Tia Ribary's curator insight, October 29, 2013 1:54 PM

Increasing productivity means you get more with what you have. That's why I love improving efficiency so much. It does the same thing!

 

This article outlines 6 steps business owners and managers can take to do just that: do more with what thay have. And, I'm a bit torn...is #3 or #6 my favorite? They are both highly impacting, and I believe they are often overlooked.

 

My challenge to you: pick just one step to implement and watch how it impacts your business...in a great way!

wimi-teamwork.com's curator insight, June 10, 2015 8:45 AM

Have you tried these 6 ways of increasing your firm's productivity?

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Be a Business Person

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Click http://training.sales-getters.com for more ways to increase your sales.
If you really want to elevate yourself above the average sales person, become a business person.
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Research finds 85% of bloggers are missing out on affiliate sales

Research finds 85% of bloggers are missing out on affiliate sales | Sales Power | Scoop.it
A whacking 85 per cent of all bloggers are missing out on potential affiliate sales income, according to research conducted by Paid On Results – an affiliate marketing network.

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Want to Win More Sales? Improve Your Body Language!

Want to Win More Sales? Improve Your Body Language! | Sales Power | Scoop.it
Just for a moment, imagine that you’re meeting with a financial advisor to discuss your investment strategy.
As you look across the desk at him, you notice that he’s sweating, twisting his wedding ring, and refusing to make eye contact.
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Competitive Intelligence: Three Types of Competition You Should Watch

Competitive Intelligence: Three Types of Competition You Should Watch | Sales Power | Scoop.it

As you craft your competitive intelligence strategy, you must prepare to confront all types of competition if you want to be effective. But to do that you’ll need to understand the three most common types of competition you will face as a law firm or legal recruiter. Let’s take a closer look.

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Creating Sales: The Secret to Finding Hidden, but Ripe Opportunities

Creating Sales: The Secret to Finding Hidden, but Ripe Opportunities | Sales Power | Scoop.it

 

Salespeople who can ferret out hidden opportunities, and create sales in the absence of competitor activity, are worth their weight in gold.

 

In order to develop your salespeople, to the level where they can find hidden opportunities, you need to teach them how to uncover such opportunities.

 

This excellent article, identifies the key to creating the environment, where the hidden opportunities will literally fall from the sky, in front of your salespeople.


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Will You Take the Hard Way or the Easy Way?

Will You Take the Hard Way or the Easy Way? | Sales Power | Scoop.it

Will you take the hard way or the easy way to roll out your next round of training initiatives? The world has changed and you can really start doing more with less now.


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The hard way pr the easy way - you decide.

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The Learning Factor's curator insight, February 26, 2014 7:04 PM

The Learning Factor clients average a 20% increase in their training department's productivity by freeing up time to focus on valuable tasks.

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Think HR Isn’t Monitoring Your Social Media? Think again #INFOGRAPHIC

Think HR Isn’t Monitoring Your Social Media? Think again #INFOGRAPHIC | Sales Power | Scoop.it
Sevnty five percent of recruiters are required to do online research on prospective employees. That’s crazy.

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, October 28, 2013 11:39 AM

very interesting Infographic!

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Resume Mistakes to Avoid in Search For a Job

Resume Mistakes to Avoid in Search For a Job | Sales Power | Scoop.it
Looking for a part time job, your first job or ready to start a new career, your resume speaks volumes about you. If your resume doesn’t make it past the first cut, you’re doomed; no matter how qualified you are.

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Filipe 's curator insight, December 13, 2012 1:11 AM

My thoughts: 

 

Your first impression means everything, especially when you’re looking for a job. Your resume speaks volumes about you according to this article I found by Terry. It covers ten of the most common errors that people make when they’re making their resume.    

First of all, the person who is looking through your resume only spends seconds looking at it. You need to be concise, keep it to one page and one page only. If you take more than one page to highlight your talents its shows that you are unorganized and that you tend to go on and on about yourself. Next, fancy paper or any kind of visual aid, like glitter and fancy font, isn’t going to make any difference. In fact, it might even hurt your chances. Make sure to only include information that directly relates to your job, for example, no one really cares if you were a juggling waiter if you’re applying for an accountant job. Also, make sure you don’t have any outdated information, like having a paper route when you were eight years-old.

            Never, ever, lie or falsify information. Doing so will just come back to haunt you. Always make sure you spelled everything right. Double and triple check. Another thing that you must avoid is not to attach anything to your resume. However, if you actually land an interview, you may bring whatever you want to show him. Elaborating too much about your skills and past jobs and responsibilities is also a big no. A brief explanation of your past jobs and your responsibilities are more than enough. Another good point made by this article is that, even though writing a cover letter is a bit difficult, any cover letter is better than none.

            This article really helped shine a light on many things I was still uncertain about how to build my resume. For instance, before reading this I wasn’t even aware that a cover letter even existed. However, I’m glad I learned about it before it was too late. On the other hand, I was already aware of most of the tips given in this article either from school or just reading other articles around the web. I feel as if my resume, and my chances of getting called in for the interview, will be greatly improved.

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The 4 Ways You Can Use Body Language To Influence Success

The 4 Ways You Can Use Body Language To Influence Success | Sales Power | Scoop.it
If you see someone frowning, head bowed, shoulders slumped, it’s a fair bet they’re feeling low in confidence. But which came first: the slumped shoulders or the bad mood? 

Your body language doesn’t merely reflect your emotions, it’s often the cause. By learning some of the principal ways that your own posture, gestures, facial expression and even tone of voice affect your mind, you will be more aware of the factors influencing your mood, and give yourself an edge in presentations and negotiations.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, October 21, 2013 5:00 PM

Act as if and your body language (and mood) will eventually follow suit.

Don Cloud's curator insight, October 24, 2013 7:32 AM

Leadership requires communication using every skill and technique to reinforce your message -- and body language makes all the difference in helping your message connect with your people (or not).

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The Human-Side of Leadership

The Human-Side of Leadership | Sales Power | Scoop.it
  I prepared for a career in business by taking ma… (Bob Chapman, #CEO of a $1.6B company, shares the secret of his firm's success.
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Planning Your Next Sales Meeting: 6 Tips to Fire-Up Your Sales Team

Planning Your Next Sales Meeting: 6 Tips to Fire-Up Your Sales Team | Sales Power | Scoop.it
Remember your audience. Salespeople hate to sit still. Their minds are on the calls and emails they are missing. Plan 15-minute breaks – two in the morning and two in the afternoon – to keep them focused on the meeting content.

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Why some salespeople are the worst sales managers

Why some salespeople are the worst sales managers | Sales Power | Scoop.it
The psychology of sales managers is an interesting topic. Using conventional wisdom, one might assume the best salespeople will transition beautifully into management. However, nothing can be further from the truth.

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Forget the Funnel, Use the Sales Radar to Find the Invisible Sale

Forget the Funnel, Use the Sales Radar to Find the Invisible Sale | Sales Power | Scoop.it
I once had to call on a prospect 52 times before we were invited to pitch. But the last client I picked up at my current firm took exactly one call and a meeting over beers. Exact same result. Far less effort and expense.

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