“Darn Good Advice” If I Do Say So Myself

I got a notification today that someone had “liked” one of my blog posts.  Just for giggles and to stroke my own ego because someone outside my company read my stuff, I went back and reread the blog.  It was originally published in 2013.  As I was reading http://theroomermill.net/who-are-you-and-what-have-you-done-with-my-sales-person/ I decided that even after 3 years it was […]

“Big Game” Starting Line-Up

"Big Game" Starting Line-Up

The “Big Game” weekend is about to unfold. “Big Game” parties have been planned, invitations are out, game colors are washed and ready to wear, shopping and preparation for the game-day spread are done, and people are looking forward to cheering for their favorite team!  Some fans actually care about the two teams playing, some […]

Elf On The Shelf and Other Silly Holiday Traditions!

Elf-On-The-Shelf

One of my favorite activities around the holidays is the Elf On The Shelf.  Originally designed as a family tradition, where a little elf figurine is displayed around the home, helping Santa by “watching” for good little girls and boys.  Over the years, it has morphed into a fad with creative displays and unique dioramas. […]

Measure Twice, Cut Once – The Value of Planning Ahead in Sales

While I am not a “carpenter”, I have often thought this to be sage advice and applicable to most any task worth doing right.  I’d like to think that I typically do look first, and leap later.  I’ve found that one seems to get into trouble when moving too fast and not really thinking things […]