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June 23rd George Chamberlin Growth Event Registration

May 20, 2016
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Date: Thursday June 23rd from 4:30pm to 6pm.    
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Lodge at Torrey Pines.  11480 N Torrey Pines Rd La Jolla, CA  92037
George Chamberlin from NBC “Money Matters” and experts discuss the general economy and 2016 and 2017 outlook and smart moves a […]

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What I Learned from Being an AMG Race Car Driver

May 5, 2016
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I recently had one of the most crazy, exhilarating experiences in my life. While it doesn’t beat getting married to my awesome wife, or witnessing the birth of each of my beautiful kids – it still ranks pretty high up there.

I’m talking about whipping around a […]

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Just Solve It!

April 12, 2016
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This may sound weird. But I cannot fully express the utter joy of having shed certain components of the CEO role which I dreaded (and sucked at) while building some of my prior businesses. I am talking about the more mundane aspects — such as HR, Legal, and Finance […]

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You are sick, dummy! Call a (revenue) doctor!

March 1, 2016
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I keep finding my clients do not know they are sick.

There is an old expression: “whistling past the graveyard.” It means to display a false sense of confidence in the face of a dire situation. Too many times, I get called in to consult when it is […]

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How to Develop Sales Grit and Live Life Like a Marathon, Not a Sprint.

February 23, 2016
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“I want our whole organization to show off how to overcome stuff … I want us to demonstrate resilience, which is one of the foundations of grit. We’re going to demonstrate it, just like we demonstrated the resilience to win.”

So said Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll […]

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Sales: Train to Win Like a Champ

December 8, 2014
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Like boxing, selling is a contact sport; in both professions triumph depends on strategic, repetitive and effective connects with another person. While the contact is relational and psychological for the salesperson, like a boxer, salespeople should consider each contact with a client a punch designed to wear down […]

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Stop Wasting Time: The Efficiency of Effectiveness in Sales

December 8, 2014
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Between phone calls, meetings, professional development, presentations, research, paperwork and networking (not to mention time sucks like Facebook), salespeople can spin their wheels for hours — only to realize that they’ve produced absolutely nothing by the end of the day.

Results happen only when you can distinguish between […]

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The Only Thing a Salesperson Can Control: Sales Activity

October 6, 2014
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Pity the many salespeople who set off each morning with high hopes of beating their quotas (or even meeting them), only to lose steam by lunchtime as — despite their best efforts — nothing seems to be happening.

No sales. No new leads. Not even a returned call or email […]

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Give Before You Get: The Mantra for Better Sales

September 23, 2014
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Everyone knows the stereotype of typical salespeople: aggressive, slick “type As” who won’t take no for an answer and always “get over” on the people they are selling to. Unfortunately, stereotypes are often based on truth, and there are still — to this day — jerks in the sales […]

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Be the Viagra of Sales

September 1, 2014
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Viagra is touted for making powerhouses in the bedroom. If only there was a Viagra for each area of life, like business. Just pop a pill and…voila!

But we all know it’s not that easy. Making big money takes work. Still, sales can be sexy…right […]

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