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4 Habits of Super-Connector

By Cynthia Johnson Super-connectors know everyone and everyone knows them. These people build relationships very quickly and with a lot of people. Super-connectors are invaluable people. They match people with opportunities and, in doing so, they leave their connections with a positive opinion of them and their abilities. One of the major misinterpretations people have about connectors […]

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Email is Great but Face-to-Face Meetings are 34 Times More Successful

By John Rampton We have all of the advances in communication technology — Skype, FaceTime, Slack. etc. Yet, nothing beats a good, old fashioned email. It’s quick, easy-to-use and, best of all, it’s free. Email remains one of the most effective and important marketing channels for brands. It’s even popular among millennials since they don’t enjoy talking to […]

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The Art of the Follow Up

by George Deeb Given how important good selling techniques are to driving revenues, I am shocked how many entrepreneurs and salespeople are just bad at working their leads. This includes things like not following up on leads (or following up too much) and not knowing how to break down barriers, to get the lead to actually […]

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3 Benefits of Meeting Face-to-Face

Despite our increasingly digital world–or maybe because of it–the power of in-person interactions is now more valuable than ever. Sure, social media, e-mail, video chat and other forms of electronic communication are great for meeting new people, communicating across distances and maintaining connections, but it’s those face-to-face meetings that foster trust and lead to solid, […]

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Are Business Cards Still Relevant?

by Felicia Tsung Some people say business cards are dead. They claim the likes of LinkedIn and other contact management apps have rendered them obsolete. Business cards, they say, are the last vestiges of the bygone era of paper and print. Those people are wrong. Full disclosure here: I work for a printing company and […]

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Stuff You Already Know but Don’t Do!

 Brighten the lives of at least 3 people every day with a warm sincere compliment or action.  Recently at our local cinema, Nan and I were pleasantly surprised to find that the person just in front of us at the purchase window anonymously paid for one of our movie tickets. The “passing it forward” idea […]

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How to Build Your Network like a Super Conductor

by Jared Ringel In The Tipping Point, Malcolm Gladwell discusses the role that “connectors” play in social epidemics. According to Gladwell, connectors aren’t just people who know a lot of people; they’re people with a knack for making friends and acquaintances wherever they go. When trying to get their new businesses off the ground, most entrepreneurs would love their […]

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When You Don’t Quite Meet the Job Requirements

Three steps to landing the role anyway. Ask yourself if you could do the job. Read the job description and envision what a typical day would entail: Do you have the skills to perform the necessary tasks? Ignore “Bonus” requirements. If you are perfectly capable of handling day-to-day requirements of the role, but don’t have […]

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