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How to Have Your Fellow Woman’s Back in the Cutthroat Sales World

There’s an unwritten rule that women need to support other women at work. Countless articles are detailing how we are supposed to be each other’s champion, encourager, and referrer. Some have even gone so far as to say that achieving equal rights starts with treating one another as equals. The ideas of how to receive equal pay, equal treatment, and equal status to our male counterparts have been on the minds of millions of women for decades and remain hot topics even today.

There is no doubt that when women support each other, magnificent things happen.  Women who uplift, support, and celebrate other women instead of trying to bring them down create a healthier workplace for men and women alike…CONTINUE READING HERE!!

How to Write a Follow-Up Email That Actually Works

In sales, it’s almost never an immediate “yes.” In fact, “92% of salespeople give up after four ‘no’s’, but 80% of prospects say ‘no’ four times before they say ‘yes’.” That’s why failing to follow up on the sales emails you send can have a disastrous impact on your sales performance.

Unfortunately, effective follow-up these days isn’t as simple as shooting off a “Just checking in” message (although this phrase has been recently proven to be more effective than we originally thought). Follow-up emails deserve as much attention as your initial outreach, so up your game by avoiding the following mistakes and testing the templates described below…CONTINUE READING HERE!!

11 Must-Watch TED Talks That Will Make You Insanely Productive

Spend a little time watching these talks now and you'll save a lot of time in the long run.

You know the old saying, "It takes money to make money." Well, the same can be said of time.

Sure, you'll spend somewhere between five and 20 minutes not working while you watch the TED talks below, but each one contains some insight about how to do more, work harder, or be more efficient that will pay you back many times over the minutes you invested watching it.

Sometimes, in other words, you have to stop being productive for a moment to become much more productive in the long run. These talks are all one such time…WATCH TALKS HERE!

How Emotionally Intelligent Leaders Source New Ideas From Their Team

It takes an emotionally intelligent leader to forge a work environment where diversity of thought is promoted. These kinds of leaders implicitly understand that their title does not mean that they have all of the answers, all of the time. Rather, they recognize that having a team around them that feels comfortable challenging them will enable better thinking and vastly improve business outcomes…CONTINUE READING HERE!