Over the past year I have written about a variety of topics. I have done posts related to motivation, different technology, and various sales scenarios. Leveraging my professional experience and knowledge of sales, I written about some of the challenges that we as sales professionals all face.
I have shared many of my personal experiences (some good and some bad) that transpired over the past year. But with each post, no matter what I was writing about, I have attempted to inform, enlighten, and entertain my readers with what is my unique view of the ever-changing world in which we live in.
Have I been as diligent in my writing as I would have liked? Of course not. But you know there is this thing called life that sometimes causes even the most well thought out plans to go awry.
Taking a clue from a fellow blogger, I find myself reviewing all my post from this past year. Some I like and some, well not so much. But in reviewing all my posts, here is what I consider my top 5 favorite posts from 2013:
#5 – Put yourself in the prospects shoes.
#4 – What did you learn today?
#3 – Doing what’s right.
#2 – Anatomy of a bad cold call.
And my number one and personal favorite blog post of 2013 (drum roll please)
Authenticity . . . It speaks for itself.
Here’s hoping that you have a safe and Happy New Years Eve.
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Your blog has been beneficial as it validates and reinforces the fundamentals of selling and staying true to positive human interaction. Thank you and Happy New Year.
Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. I certainly appreciate your comments and hopefully you find the content useful.