With the downtrodden economy, daunting unemployment numbers, and hefty student loan debt, recent college graduates have been a hot topic of debate for some time now. With so many people out of work, the job market is flooding with energetic newbie grads and their older, more qualified competition. Recent college graduates begin to feel stuck in the hole of being under-experienced for “entry level” positions with no opportunities available to help gain that experience. It’s critical that employers recognize the wealth of value recent college graduates have to offer as new employees. They may just be what your business is looking for! (more…)
Cold calls are a difficult part of any job, and if this is what you do full time, it can be a disheartening fact that the majority listening in on the other line just aren’t interested in what you are selling.
This may not have much to do with your own personal sales skill set, but there are also a few ways how you can make improvements to your selling ratio with a simple attitude change. Working full time in this field means you could make up to 100 calls in a day and it’s rare that all of these calls will be as enthusiastic or receive your full attention. It’s easier to be chipper and upbeat with your first call of the day, than with the call you make five minutes before the end of the workday. (more…)
What inspires big business leaders and entrepreneurs? How do the best leaders at the top, the Donald Trumps of the business world get their drive and motivation? The beginning of a new year is a great time to get your inspiration on and grow your business. How do you do it and not lose sight of what you started along the way? These 4 tried and true tips are the ultimate to keep in mind that successful entrepreneurs everywhere use to get to the top!
1. Set Football Field Goals
Picture a football field. The goal is to run the ball to into the end zone and score, right? Along the way you hit different field markers, 5 yards, 10 yards, 15 yards and so on. You can’t get to the end without passing these markers. The same rings true with goals. What about a Hail Mary you ask? The receiver must run past and the ball must fly over each yard before they reach their destination. (more…)