I hope 2019 was a great year for you!  I’ve rounded up the Top 5 Blog Posts of 2019 for you in case you missed them – with a minimum of 58 ideas to set you up for success in 2020! These are the Top 5 Sales Blog Posts of

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I’m a big fan of Ted Talks. A good Ted Talk can entertain, inspire, or expose you to new ideas and perspectives.  And as a presenter, there are lots of great lessons to take away from Ted Talks.  But make no mistake, a sales presentation is not a Ted Talk.

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Thanks to the impeachment hearings, “pizzazz” has gotten a lot of media exposure lately.  Political analysts on one side claim the legal proceedings lacked the “pizzazz” necessary to hold the public’s attention.  The other side claims the facts speak for themselves, pizzazz completely unnecessary. I’m not going to weigh in

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As they say in live theater, “the show must go on.” The same holds true for your presentation. Whether the customer throws you a curve ball, you’ve forgotten your slide deck, or can’t access your demo environment, you must carry on. Things change and mistakes happen. Technology and humans are

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Too many sales presentations start out strong, only to run out of gas at the end.  Making this common mistake in your presentation leaves  buyers uninspired, unmotivated, and unlikely to take next steps. Your  closing is second only in importance to your opening, yet it is often the least planned

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Sales is a transfer of thoughts, ideas and emotions.  And one of the best ways to connect emotionally with buyers is with stories. Research even shows that when listening to a story, changes take place in our brains. We actually connect emotionally with the storyteller.  Of the 5 types of

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