You can have a lead list, start with “A,” end with “Z,” and someone will buy. Or, you can call on the right person, at the right time, with the right message and dramatically improve your results. This new way of thinking this evolution will change the way you sell in any economic environment.
“Is Your Consultant Some Yahoo Named Google?” – Online Search Secrets
The average employee spends 2+ hours per day looking for information. At $50 per hour, that’s $20,000 per person wasted each year! Information is power. Discover search secrets to find more than you ever thought you could, (or even should) and get the right information, right now.
“Don’t Steal the Cheesecake” – Digital Reputation Management in an Everything is Public World
We have more ways to communicate than at any time in history. Unfortunately, what you and others post online, text, leave in a voicemail, do in front of a camera, and even write in an email is not limited to private networks. And it can have a major impact on your personal and company brand.
“You Just ‘Friended’ a Thief” – You and Your Data: What’s There, and How it is Being Used
It’s amazing the amount of information available online. And it’s shocking how vulnerable we all are to personal and business identity theft in ways you might not think about. Discover what’s out there on you, and how to quickly and easily protect yourself and your company.
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“Sam is one of those rare speakers who provides attendees with actionable intelligence. His keynote score was a 9.74! Wow!!!! The Open Bar only received an 8.2. We are in the business of meetings. We have all heard many outstanding speakers, but rarely (if ever) have I seen a speaker have a more comprehensive and consistent message impact a group of attendees.”
Andy Smith, Senior Vice President-ESN, Experient