All of us make mistakes, despite rigorous planning. But when mistakes happen, rather than wringing our hands and piling blame upon ourselves, the best thing to do is to leverage the mistake in these ways: 1. Figure out what you did right and what you did wrong. Determine what happened. What didn’t work – and […]Full Story»
The most profitable networks are those made up of people who share common business interests and concerns. Here are 10 ways network members can help each other.
If your stock reply is, “Oh, nothing much” or “I’ve been swamped,” then it is time to pick some new words to use.
What you need at the end of every meeting with a prospect is a firm advance; a commitment from the other party that, yes, the two of you will meet again at a specific day and time.