Angela DeLeon

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4 Habits of Superbly Confident People

Having confidence, to me, is this awesome feeling that feels like you are walking on steady and solid ground, 10 feet tall.<p>Wanted to share with you some of my thoughts of how to have that feeling.<p>One of my favorite movie scenes is from the movie <i>Chariots of Fire</i>, where the runner Eric Liddell is …

Successful People Start Before They're Ready.

{Richard Branson via under30ceo.com}<p>By James Clear<p><i>In 1966, a dyslexic sixteen-year-old boy dropped out of school.</i><p>With the help of a friend, he …

8 Questions To Ask Your Boss That Can Make Or Break Your Career

Want to get ahead in the workplace? Channel your inner talk show host.<p>Think about it: You probably only hear from your boss when a) you royally screwed up, b) you majorly kicked ass or c) it’s performance review time.<p>Feedback from your supervisor is what you crave, unless you’re happy flying under …

Dissecting the Stalled Sale 101

Today’s post is a guest post from Tammy Shimp, Regional Sales Director for Return Path. Return Path is a customer and I’ve been working with Tammy …

3 Sales Follow-Up Strategies to Replace "Touching Base"

Calling your prospects to "touch base" or "check in" gets you deleted when making sales follow up calls.

Top 10 Underappreciated Qualities of Great Salespeople

#10 Grace<p>#10 Grace<p>It’s the difference between saying, “You’re welcome” instead of “No problem”. To be graceful one must feel confident. And …

How to Sell Today: Be A Student, Not A Teacher

Thanks to the Internet, customers know nearly everything about you before you've even met. So skip the hard sell and learn something about them instead<p>Most salespeople believe that what they are selling is unique. As a result, we think of ourselves not just as salespeople, but also as educators, …

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