Picture this: You've finally gathered up enough courage to walk into your boss's office and hand them your resignation. Much to your surprise, rather than scream and yell, they say, "I didn't know you were unhappy. Why didn't you come to me sooner? "They then propose you a counteroffer that you accept. Welcome to the
What happens when you don’t take what you wear to a job interview seriously? Let’s find out... One hopeful entrepreneur was fresh out of college looking for his first REAL adult job. He had a promising virtual interview lined up for a dream position with an amazing small family business. In order to put his
In today’s world, everyone wants the high margin deals, and the transactions that are easy to handle, but nobody wants the “hard sell”. In the freight world, people say “I want the easy loads to cover from Boston to Chicago.”, but when it comes to the harder freight, people shy away. Most say, “Well, I’m
The easiest sell you will ever make is selling a new product/service to an existing client. After all, they have previous experience dealing with you, and already know the quality of product/service that they can expect from you. But what happens when you don’t have a new product/service to offer your clients? Your next easiest
Growing up as a kid, my mother used to say, “Ahh.. Ye of little faith!” She’d say this phrase to me when things weren’t going my way in life and I never realized how important of a role that faith plays in being successful. Author Charlie “Tremendous” Jones got his nickname from calling everyone “tremendous”.
Going from good to GREAT takes commitment. The question you need to ask yourself is: “Are you willing to make the commitment to be great?” There are some people who believe that being an entrepreneur means you have to be involved in two or three businesses that generate revenue at one given time. One friend
Way back in the 1980s, I was fortunate enough to start my logistics career at the biggest and baddest logistics company in the country. At the time, they were doing about a billion dollars in sales, had 50 offices scattered across the country, and the Boston office (which is where I worked) was the number
Your signature is a powerful thing! It binds you to contracts. It can make a worthless check turn into money. An athlete can put it on a football and increase its value a hundred-fold. A judge can control someone’s entire future with a stroke of a pen. But did you ever consider looking at the