Many companies expand by adding offices or stores in different cities. But geographic growth involves logistical complexity and management finesse. Here’s how to do it right. By Darren Dahl | Mar 4, 2010Read more ›
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Are you a victor or victim? I’m against being a victim cause victims sound weak. Sales can make anyone turn into a victim easily because sales people to overcome a lot crap. Victims are avoided after a while. Victims are seldom listened to because the have lost their credibility. Victims […]Read more ›
Kicking you own Ass. It’s one of my favorite scenes from a Jim Carey movie call Liar, Liar. Here’s the lesson If your harder on yourself, if you demand more from yourself than what is expected life becomes easier. Sales people are always asking me, “Bert, how do I motivate […]Read more ›
This might possibly be the single most important rule of business or sales. If they LIKE you, BELIEVE you, have CONFIDENCE in you and TRUST you, then they may be willing do business with you or buy from you. Now of these four things LIKE, BELIEF, CONFIDENCE AND TRUST, which […]Read more ›
Hey guys, Bert Martinez here. Time management tools are really useful, right? Or are they? They show you how to organize your things. The problem is, that these systems are only as good as you FEEL. I’ve always said how you feel is more important than what you. How you […]Read more ›
There are many advantages to engaging in sales training. An experienced sales trainer can teach you techniques on how to prospect customers, sell the customer, and maintain fruitful relationships with customers, which will lead to additional sales. Just being in the presence of a sales coach can greatly improve your […]Read more ›