Does A Positive Attitude Really Make A Difference

  Posted on February 23, 2012 by Samson Worldwide loudspeaker and author regarding Frame of mind, Understanding, Height Choose Your own Tude!, Robyn Simpson boasts choosing a positive attitude may improve your life. Just how much really does your current attitude ver have an effect on your current final results? We all have perceptions — positive or negative. […]

Overcoming Fear

By Nadia Ballas-Ruta Overcoming fear doesn’t happen instantly or automatically. It is the result of deliberate intention, and conscious action towards doing things that scares you. As a result of overcoming your fears, you grow as a person, and expand the possibilities that surround your life. Do you recall the last time you wanted to […]

12 Leadership Traits You Need to Thrive in Tough Times

  BY CAROL TICE Trying to grow your business in this sluggish economy is a little like trying to swim through Jell-O. Ineffective or uncertain leaders definitely need not apply. So what does it take to lead a small business through this ongoing economic mess? The blogosphere is humming with ideas lately. Here’s a roundup […]

Positive Attitude – 5 Steps to a Happy Life

By Dani of We all want a happy life, and we all know that having a positive attitude feels better than a negative one. But for some reason, we are all attracted to and can be easily drawn to the negative side. How do we go about to establish a more positive attitude as […]

Staying Positive: If you keep saying you can’t, you probably won’t

By Beth Braccio Hering Let’s face it: Staying positive isn’t always easy. From job seekers frustrated by rejections to workers dealing with everything from long hours to crabby co-workers, many people are finding it hard to put on a happy face. Yet the ability to see the good side of things can be one of […]

12 Powerful Rules For Customer Relationship Management

Customer relationship management is not rocket science. Most of it can be traced back to the good old saying ‘treat others as you wish to be treated”. Nevertheless, here are some tips that can help you along the way. The customer does never interrupt our work, he is our work, even when he is irritated […]

Would you like to stay on your Customers AVL?

Making the Cut A globalized market and cost-conscious OEMs are forcing vendors to find innovative ways of remaining on their customers’ shrinking list of preferred suppliers or Approved Vendors List. Michael Barbella Managing Editor Much of the Western Hemisphere was sound asleep when the sea floor began to tremble, then shift as it slipped beneath […]

A Different Way to Ask for referrals

by PAUL CASTAIN on MARCH 8, 2011 Perhaps the lowest hanging of the low hanging fruit is the referral and yet we don’t ask for them nearly enough! I’m sure there are a variety of reasons for this ranging from “feeling funny asking the dude/dudette” to not having a good way to ask. Today, we […]

3 Ways To Be More Compelling!

by PAUL CASTAIN on MARCH 2, 2011 Whether a client says it to your face, behind your back or simply thinks it, your offering is subject to . . . How is this better? What’s the difference between this and your competitor’s offering? What’s the difference between this and simply doing nothing? And perhaps even […]

10 Better Ways To Build Rapport!

by PAUL CASTAIN on JANUARY 19, 2011 A sales trainer walks into a room of sales reps and asks them how they build rapport and guess how they respond? “I generally look around my prospect’s office to see what they are interested in and make conversation based on what I see” You saw that one […]