It is No Surprise – Why Part-Time and Sporadic Lead Generation Will Not Fill the Sales Pipeline

Here in the state of Arizona, we had a surprise snowstorm in February 2019. It was amazing to see but we were completely unprepared for shoveling snow, scraping windshields and seeing snowcapped mountaintops in the Phoenix metro area.   While snow in Arizona is a big surprise, an empty sales pipeline due to a lack […]

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Why It’s Important to Crush It in Q1

The new year is a time for new beginnings. Don’t find yourself in Q2 having wasted a whole quarter and now you find you must dig out from behind. Importantly, the first quarter is the time that can set the pace for the entire year – either positive or negative. A slow start to Q1 […]

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Work Burnout

Randi Rotwein-Pivnick, M.A., LMFT Burnout is a cumulative process of continual stress, which can be extremely harmful in large doses. The longer the chronic stress lasts, the more damage it does to your body and the more resources it depletes. Although Burnout can be the result of both professional and personal life, most often it […]

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Anatomy of a Successful Campaign - Building Blocks for for a Solid Foundation

Anatomy of a Successful Campaign

What are the elements that make up the foundation for a successful lead generation campaign? A campaign that you can duplicate year to year without having to reinvent the wheel each time. If you want to maximize your campaign investment, it goes without saying that proper planning is essential. Carefully setting up the building blocks […]

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Don’t Ignore the 4th Quarter… There ARE Business Opportunities in Q4

Does business really stop in Q4, during the Fall and Holiday season? We offer an emphatic NO in answer to that question. It is widely believed that attention to and focus on work and productivity is elsewhere with the holidays and time off on the immediate horizon. Business does not stop during the last few […]

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Beware of the inner critic

Randi Rotwein-Pivnick, M.A., LMFT From the moment we awake, we have a dialogue running through our brain. This is known as internalized dialogue. Sometimes we are aware of that dialogue, but often times, we are not, as it is automatic and subconscious. This internalized dialogue can be negative or positive. Negative self-talk (internalized negative dialogue) […]

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Don’t Let the “No’s” Impact You Negatively

Randi Rotwein-Pivnick, M.A., LMFT Fear of rejection is common amongst people in the sales field, whether it be a salesperson, a business development representative, or a professional appointment setter.  No one likes to hear “NO”, and people in the sales field subject themselves to that possibility over and over again on a regular basis. “NO” […]

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How to Perform B2B Market Research

How to Perform B2B Market Research Market research is market research, right? Not quite. For starters, the B2B buying process is more complex than purchasing decisions made by consumers. In B2B sales, there are often multiple stakeholders that you will need to convince and convert in order to close the deal. The B2B space is […]

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Social Selling 101: Using Social Media to Reach B2B Buyers

One of the most surprising changes in the B2B marketplace is how B2B buying decisions are happening and who’s responsible for making them. A study by Google and Millward Brown Digital found that  a growing number of B2B decision makers are now aged between 18 and 34 years old. Considering that millennials are the largest […]

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Customer Reactivation: What, Why, How?

Win Back Dormant Customers With a Customer Reactivation Campaign If you’re in sales or marketing, your primary concern is bringing in new customers. That’s to be expected—after all, new business is the engine that sustains businesses growth. But if you aren’t trying to re-engage inactive customers, you may be missing out on a huge source […]

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