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PLAN. EXECUTE. EVALUATE. My first ever free offer to help you!

In business we must continually plan, execute and evaluate. Plan: Most business folks have some sort of plan. Some have long range plans. Some have annual plans. Most have at least a “to do” list to help plan their day. Execute: Most business folks also execute.  The key to good execution is good planning. Focus… Read More

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TIME FOR YOUR DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

The 4th of July is when we Americans celebrate our independence, our freedom. As you prepare your celebrations, let me encourage you to reflect on these two questions: Are you truly independent? Are you truly free? Most distributors with whom I speak don’t seem very independent. They seem to be enslaved by all of the… Read More

Don’t Turn Ant Hills into Mole Hills – 3 Simple Steps to Help Manage Conflict

We all experience conflict. Whether it is in a relationship, at work, or with yourself personally. Conflict is something none of us can escape. It’s another factor of life, of being an adult, and just the way of the world. Disagreements will happen, misunderstandings are exchanged, and miscommunication can take place no matter how thorough… Read More

Don’t Lose Sight of your Existing Customers

To keep customer relationships alive and thriving, it’s important to learn the different ways to improve their experience once they’ve made a purchase. Whether you’re selling a product or a service, find unique and creative ways to help your customers even further once you’ve serviced them. Most energy and tactics spent from businesses are for… Read More

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The Muzzillo Dictionary of Sales Terminology: The Definition of ‘I Will Call You’

In the Muzzillo Dictionary of Sales Terminology, definitions of many key words and phrases aren’t what they appear to be. In my previous article, I shared how the definition of “no” really is “not yet.” Similarly, when a prospect tells you, “I will call you,” what they are really saying is, “I will never call… Read More