Posts Tagged "marketing"

The Peak Performance Marketing Strategy You’ve Never Tried by Pat Ryan

Posted on Dec 1, 2015 in Blog, Meeting/Event Planning, Training and HR

After more than a decade of specializing in marketing to the world of corporate training and human resources, we have formed some definite opinions about how to most effectively prospect to this group. We have found a marketing system that dramatically improves the quantity (and quality) of prospects entering our sales pipeline – and for less money. Yes, better results and less money to achieve top line revenue growth. Better yet, this is not a complicated system.  It’s simple and easy for you to duplicate. You need prospects that want and are ready to buy your solution.  The key is to be in...

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Four Steps to Boost Your Sales Persistence by Jae-ann Rock

Posted on Nov 3, 2015 in Blog, Meeting/Event Planning, Training and HR

LACK OF PERSISTENCE is one of the most common causes of failure in business and in sales! The good news is, persistence is a state of mind which can be cultivated, developed and grown. One of the original personal success gurus, Napoleon Hill, believed that despite unexpected setbacks in life, the one thing that you can always control is “your mind and your attitude.” This is great news – IF you put it to use! In his book, Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill told a compelling tale about a man named R.U. Darby, to demonstrate the power of persistence.  You see, Darby had an uncle with...

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Five Sales Lessons Learned from a Gold Panning Excursion by Jae-ann Rock

Posted on Aug 11, 2015 in Blog, Meeting/Event Planning, Training and HR

Last month, my family and I took a trip to the White Mountains of New Hampshire to do some gold panning for my birthday… We actually registered for a three-hour, organized class on “Prospecting for Gold.” On the morning of the trip, my family and I got up early, and left the house by 7 AM to drive two hours to meet up with the prospecting instructor at a beautiful, crystal clear stream in the White Mountain National Forest. Spending the day in the river would be welcome relief from the heat, and we were excited to find gold! As the class began, the seven participants listened as the...

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Could you be Sabotaging your Own Success? (The Hidden Power we must use Wisely…) by Pat Ryan

Posted on Sep 4, 2013 in Blog, Principles of Success, Training and HR

Did you know that you have a hidden power to change your life in amazing ways?  We each have this ability, and yet, few of us actually use it.  There are some highly successful people who have learned to tap into this power and make the most of it, and now we can all learn from them, thanks to Napoleon Hill.  You see, Napoleon Hill was commissioned to study and interview over 100 American millionaires to determine if successful people have certain traits in common.  As a result, Hill became convinced there is a formula for success, as he outlined in 13 key principles which anyone can apply...

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The One Thing You KNOW You Need to Do – But Still Haven’t Done By Pat Ryan

Posted on Nov 6, 2012 in Archive

After over a decade of working with e-learning, training, and HR vendors, we have developed a wealth of knowledge about marketing to corporate training & HR. Specializing in a narrow niche has given us the rare opportunity of taking a glimpse at the many different challenges experienced by a wide variety of companies. Some problems end up being unique to one company, and do not plague other companies. Then there are those challenges shared by many different companies, large and small – and we see them over and over again. All companies have challenges – and all companies...

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