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Blog Entry
September 4th, 2014 | Ken Thoreson
On every football team you have the team of starters and you have a practice squad, their job is to represent what the competitions offense or defense game plan or playbook might look like. - read more
 
Blog Entry
September 4th, 2014 | Ken Thoreson
While I was observing a sales meeting at a client’s site, when the president who is active in this meeting brought up a topic that took them down the rat hole.  Last week I almost lost it.  - read more
 
Blog Entry
September 4th, 2014 | Ken Thoreson
I agree with Jill, this book should be a NY Times best seller. After reading her latest book and noticing my favorite technique of folding over the corners of pages that I would go back to for reference, I counted 37 pages-which I think is an all-time high for my book reviews. - read more
 
Blog Entry
September 4th, 2014 | Ken Thoreson
Some might think that Life Enrichment is all about satisfaction and while that is the ultimate outcome, what I like to explore is how you get there. - read more
 
Article
August 23rd, 2014 | Mike Cullen
Everyone makes mistakes, but in sales those errors can be costly. Here’s how to avoid the biggest blunders. - read more
 
Article
August 15th, 2014 | Steven Joe
By implementing the right mix of technologies, IT pros can help put clients on the road to business success. - read more
 
Blog Entry
August 11th, 2014 | Ken Thoreson
Whether it is a January Kick Off event, a Monday morning sales meeting, or a quarterly salesperson review session, sales managers must sell the need to “Plan for Success.” - read more
 
Blog Entry
August 5th, 2014 | Ken Thoreson
This blog is dedicated to salespeople who never want to “dial for dollars” or who never want to make a cold call again!  Now that I have your attention… - read more
 
Blog Entry
July 28th, 2014 | Ken Thoreson
To be successful and continue to enjoy what you do, you have to have passion—personally and professionally. - read more
 
Article
July 24th, 2014 | Mike Schmidtmann
A job title with a hyphen or ampersand can be career suicide for the job holder. Here’s why you don’t want to combine two or more jobs into a single position. - read more
 

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