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Scott provides insight on how using a one-sheet can increase and improve sales by making sure the correct questions are asked of the customer consistently.
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Value is not what you do or even how you do it. It’s what you achieve for the customer that differentiates you from other providers.
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Scott explains the secret to implementing the change that somebody else stopped doing.Continue
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About 18 months ago, I wrote one of my most popular posts about the disdain many people have for a frequently used expletive, of sorts. Many people are terrified of this “F” word, and why wouldn't they be? Saying it makes people uncomfortable.
Now, before your mind goes too far with this, the “F” word I’m referring to is “fire.” Employees hate being fired, and most managers despise being on the delivering end of this news. However, letting someone go is often an act of…Continue
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VMS business should not be ignored nor blindly embraced. Find the “good” VMS and work it with a passion.
Scott suggests five steps to overcome craptacular attitudes in an organization.
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Imagine trying to survive in a room filling with carbon monoxide. Without a CO2 detector to warn of the growing danger, this colorless and odorless gas goes undetected. Starved of oxygen, uncertainly and confusion kick in as discernment diminishes and decisions become more difficult.
It takes no imagination to see the results of the mental version of asphyxia as leaders in Washington choke on ideology and politics as usual. Breathing their own cerebral and verbal exhaust, the…Continue
Added by Scott Wintrip on February 11, 2013 at 3:09pm — No Comments
Scott discusses how ‘fires’ can help create great organizations that move forward and grow and profit.Continue
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“I’m excited to come home to you, even on those days when we’ve had one of our rare fights,” my wife told me this morning. I clearly choose well in partnering with this amazing woman as my spouse. I share in her excitement and always find a grin on my face when I hear her car coming up our drive. Our relationship is built on many things, including mutual respect, ongoing communication, and the simple pleasure of each other’s company.
How excited are you to see the people in your life?…Continue
Added by Scott Wintrip on February 7, 2013 at 11:35am — No Comments
Scott encourages you to ‘just do it’ when it comes to things you’re hesitating on.Continue
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Your Radical Accountability Minute: How To Love Your Employees
Scott discusses how to appropriately ‘love’ your employees.Continue
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Your Radical Accountability Minute: Nimble Thinking
In this first podcast from his new series ‘Your Radical Accountability Minute’, Scott discusses the decision making process of think, ponder, and act – and why pondering needs to be taken out of the mix.…Continue
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Scott talks about three things we all can do to do better from the living example of U.S. Airways.Continue
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“I don’t make cold calls,” said the seasoned senior sales rep in a meeting I attended a few months back. She went on to talk about all of her great warm contacts, and her good intentions for leveraging more business by reaching out to them. Her manager and the other leaders present said nothing and did nothing, thus endorsing this belief and behavior. Three months later, this very tenured, very talented salesperson has no new customers and has barely sustained the level of business she had…Continue
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