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Almost 7 Out Of 10 Salespeople Are Failing…Here’s Why

A “hoping and wishing” game at the end of each month gets tiresome
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Many People Don’t Plan for the Reality of Retirement

Some invest money fairly consistently, but don't prepare their life for smooth transitions
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Oversharing: You’ve Probably Done It, Too. Everyone Else Has

Because we race to share these things on social media, we also sometimes find ourselves oversharing
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Acquire the Confidence to Succeed

Self-confidence is a prerequisite to success and happiness
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Say What You’re Going to Do – And Do What You Say

One of the best ways to build credibility is also one of the easiest to accomplish
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Why Good People Leave Good Jobs

People don't leave their jobs, they leave their bosses
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How Will You Transform Your Savings Into Retirement Income?

All retirees may rely on some of the same income sources and strategies
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Two Things You Should Start Doing…To Increase Your Sales

Before you go into that next sales call, embrace the mindset of “seeking the truth”
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Who Argues Over Money The Most?

Over a third of those surveyed said they had hid purchases from their spouse
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The Mirror Test…How To Be A Superior Sales Manager

If your team is not performing like you would like, who is responsible?
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Maximizing Your Social Security Benefits

It’s important to understand the attributes of the Social Security program
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3 Lessons In Entrepreneurship Learned From The Lemonade Stand

Those entrepreneurship lessons early in life didn't change too much for either of us, both corporately and in small business
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Stock Market Losses Leave Sour Taste For Millennial Investors

Volatility in the market may have some Millennials ready to get off the ride
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Olympic Gold And The Lesson Of Going Big

Let’s face it, you don’t make it to the Olympics by being like everyone else
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Beware of Schemes During Tax Season

Every year, around this time, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) publishes its dirty dozen
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Small Business, Big Lessons: Inside Your Four Walls

When sales are slumping it can literally pay to consider the customer experience
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Three Habits Of Those Who Thrive After A Job Loss

If you've just lost your job or feel like you're about to, it can create a storm in your mind and in your life
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Martyrdom Is Back In Style – In The Workplace, That Is

A large segment of Americans aren’t ready for a vacation
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Why Cold Calling Goes Wrong Before You Even Start

Cold calling is all about your attitude, your preparation and your determination
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Five Steps To Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolution

About 80 percent of all New Year’s resolutions fail by the second week of February