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9 Valuable Entrepreneur Training Courses That You Can Take For Free Online

This post was originally published on this site The Best Free Online Courses For Current & Future Entrepreneurs Creativity & Entrepreneurship from Berklee Online Financial Analysis for Decision Making from Babson Online Becoming an Entrepreneur from MIT Launch Building and Leading Effective Teams from MIT OpenCourseWare The Essential Guide to Entrepreneurship by Guy Kawasaki The Complete Product Management Course Introduction …

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How to Relax: 35 Ways to Unwind in 4 Minutes or Less

This post was originally published on this site 11. Sweeten up Honey contains a high source of tryptophan, known to relax the body and mind. It’s also rich in potassium, which fights stress hormones and relaxes the nervous system. Add it to your tea, spread it over toast, or down a spoonful of nature’s nectar to reboot your system. 12. …

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The Most Effective Voicemail Script Ever (Plus Tips for Using It)

This post was originally published on this site First-time sales outreach response is plummeting. According to Jill Konrath, 97% of all business calls now go to voicemail. It’s never been more important for salespeople to be good at leaving voicemails. Not only that, but voicemail can — and should — be measured, coached, and improved. Through personal experience and research, …

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Direct Mail Is Hot Again: 8 Ways to Write a Winning Sales Letter

This post was originally published on this site Think direct mail is an outdated sales tactic? Think again. While prospect’s email inboxes are becoming increasingly crowded (78% of consumers opt out of company emails due to sheer volume), their physical mailboxes get emptier. Now’s the time for Sales and Marketing to work together to create direct mail prospects can’t help …

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11 Fresh Ways to Say “For Example”

This post was originally published on this site “For example” synonyms For instance To give you an idea As proof Suppose that To illustrate Imagine Pretend that To show you what I mean Let’s say Case in point e.g. As a writer, I’m hypersensitive to reusing words. If I write “That sounds great” in the first sentence of an email, …

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The Top 29 Sales Blogs Every Sales Professional Should Read

This post was originally published on this site Best Sales Blogs: Sales Hacker Heinz Marketing Jill Konrath’s Fresh Sales Strategies HubSpot Sales Blog Sales Solutions Blog The Filling the Funnel Blog Salesfolk Sales Gravy CustomerCentric Selling Sandler Training Blog Marc Wayshak’s Sales Blog Art Sobczak’s Smart Calling Blog Your SalesMBA Blog Sales for Life LinkedIn Sales Blog The Sales Blog …

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The 13 Best Sales Management Books Every Sales Manager Should Read

This post was originally published on this site You were an outstanding sales rep — and now, as a sales manager, you’re eager to cultivate the same performance from your team members. But you quickly realize that leading a team is far different from carrying your individual quota. Both your day-to-day and ongoing responsibilities are completely different than your previous …

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How to Send a LinkedIn Message to Absolutely Anyone

This post was originally published on this site Salespeople live on LinkedIn. They research prospects, participate in groups, and keep their profiles in tip-top shape. Another common practice is to message customers or connections helpful content. But what if you have a valuable blog post or insight to share with a specific person on LinkedIn? How do you send them …

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The 4-Step Process to Recruiting Passive Sales Candidates

This post was originally published on this site Building your sales team looks easy on paper, but how do you cut through the noise of LinkedIn, job boards, and sites like AngelList to find the best candidates? If you’re having trouble, maybe it’s time to reevaluate your sourcing strategy. Here’s how to make your recruiting process as effective as your …

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18 Professional Voicemail Greetings to Help You Record the Perfect One

This post was originally published on this site I have a confession to make: I haven’t recorded a new voicemail greeting since 2014. In the past four years, I (hopefully) have become more articulate, poised, and self-assured. But hear my voicemail recording, and you’d think I was still new to the work world, a little unsure of myself — and …

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