Why You Should Never Tell Clients You’re Swamped (And What To Say Instead)

At times it seems that life is a never ending battle of too much to do and not enough time to do it all. And it seems that we (Americans at least) are OK with that. In fact, a recent article by Patricia Reaney over at Reuters says that according an interview with Vanity Fair editor-at-large Cullen Murphy […]

8 comments Read the full article → July 23, 2015

Knowledge Is Power…Unless It’s Missing One Of These Things

From a young age I remember being told “knowledge is power“. My parents, teachers, friends, coworkers, bosses, clients, vendors, etc had all told me this at some point. Heck, even Jeopardy told me one time. And while this is certainly true in most situations, there are times where it’s definitely not. Having knowledge of a stock going up […]

9 comments Read the full article → July 16, 2015

The Art Of The Interview Follow Up Email [Infographic]

Interview follow up emails are now the go-to delivery method of the current generation of job seekers. They’re fast, easy, and most importantly cheap. And while they may seem pretty straight forward there is an art to sending an effective follow up email. Simply sending one from your iPhone won’t do; and could do more harm than […]

10 comments Read the full article → March 1, 2015

Everything Your CEO Wants You To Do At Your Annual Sales Meeting

With the New Year upon us you may have already started packing for your company’s annual sales meeting. This event is meant to bring the entire sales team together to share organizational goals, new initiatives, upcoming products, and basic best practices from the field. You would think that most salespeople are excited for this event. It is a […]

Read the full article → January 15, 2015