Turbo-Charge Your Sales Engine in 2022 – Fuel For Your R.A.C.E.

This is the fourth and final installment in a four-part series on using marketing to power your sales engine. You can read the first post, here, the second post, here, and the third post, here. In this final installment, we’ll explain how to actively engage your clients and prospects to increase sales! Your story and…

Turbo-Charge Your Sales Engine in 2022 – A Simple Truth

This is the second installment in a four-part series on using marketing to power your sales engine. You can read the first post, here. In this post, we’ll cover what exactly successful companies do to thrive during times of chaos. Next, we’ll cover staying relevant and creating awareness through consistent engagement. In our final installment,…

How To Treat Your Content Like You Are An Artist. What’s Your Canvas?

Heart Of The Artist Over the weekend we sat down and watched a documentary about an artist. His name is J.R., and he takes photographs and makes them larger than life. He did a mural on the U.S.-Mexico border, he did a mural inside of a prison, and he did a mural in Brazil, in…

How Will Changing Your Marketing… Actively Improve Your Sales Success?

Old & New Dogs… Tips & Tricks A while back, I had a client who asked me to come in and teach their sales team about using LinkedIn for sales success. I showed them all of the basic things they needed to know, why they should use it, how to set up their profile, how…

Why is Artificial Intelligence so Bad at Sales and Marketing?

Auto – Correct? When I’m walking my dog, she picks up sticks and I take a picture. Then, instead of sitting there trying to type, while I’m walking a dog, I hit voice prompts and I record my voice and it transcribes it into text. When I get home and look at what the autocorrect…

Want Clients To Really Take A Look? Put It In An eBook

70247 vs The Peanut Butter Elephant Let me ask you a question. What would you remember better, the number 70247 or an elephant eating peanut butter? Now, chances are, you’d have an easier time remembering the elephant because it is a visual and it also involves multiple senses. You may love or hate peanut butter,…

What Do Your Customers REALLY Want? Advertising, Marketing, and Relationship Marketing

I’m going to make an assumption, you don’t want to open your email and see that you’ve been added to an email list that has nothing to do with you or your business needs. Frankly, it’s a waste of time and it can cause you to have a negative opinion about the company or brand…

Creating Content From A Philosophical – Philanthropic – Propaganda Perspective

Lately, I’ve been having a renaissance of sorts. Now, I have not been getting up on scaffolding and painting chapels. What I’ve been doing is listening to audiobooks, and I find them on Blinkist. I’ve talked about this before. It’s basically Cliffs Notes for books in audio form. I could start off with something like…

To Be A FRESH Content Creator – You Need to Be A Consumer First

Every Monday morning, I face the same dilemma. What is relevant content to create this week? What should I create for my podcasts, for my blogs, for all the other things I have to do this week? I like to think of each day of the week as my theme days. Monday is marketing Monday.…

Why You Want To Be The Problem Child

I don’t know if you have any brothers or sisters or where you fall in the birthing order. I happen to be one of three. There’s my older sister, my middle brother, and I’m the baby. What I want to talk about today is why you want to become the problem child. And we’re going…