Testimonial Tuesday

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Seven things I’ve learned from Racing

Jeff Rogers is the founder of OneAccord Consulting in Seattle, WA. You can learn more about him here. He recently shared his top seven life lessons from his time spent Formula racing: 1. Walk the track Recruiting is important, but you need to be able to retain your people. The Read more…

What to do when you don’t know what to do

This post was written by Michael Hyatt. He’s author of Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You’ve Always Wanted, a USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestseller. Take a minute and download his free guide and discover 4 steps to get back in the driver’s seat Read more…

Head vs Heart

This post was written by my dear friend Lisa Ward Cumes. She and I sold books together door-to-door when we were in college and she has always been an inspiration to me ever since. Ever feel like there is a battle between your head and your heart sometimes? Sometimes you’re Read more…

Adversity

Saw a great post recently on Anthony Iannarino’s blog and thought it incredibly applicable to what we do. Adversity hurts you if you accept it. It only beats you if you don’t push back against it, if you don’t push through it. If you accept that somehow, the tough hand you Read more…

The Greatest And… Everyone Else

The great cellist Jacqueline Du Pre was a prodigy from an early age. At age six, she was running, cello over her head, down the performance hall where she was one of the performers that day. She was smiling and laughing and running. A janitor, figuring she must have just Read more…

Missing Our Mark

In this job, we expect to lose. It’s hard work, especially in the beginning, facing a mountain of no’s, struggling daily to get in that rhythm of perpetual yeses. Loss is unfortunately woven into the fabric of a sales job, so we not only expect to lose, but we learn Read more…