Exponential Sales

I Don’t Understand It, Every Year Our Sales Pipeline Shrinks

I was speaking with a new client recently who was totally perplexed by the fact that his team’s sales pipeline has declined for a third year in a row. More important, their sales had declined for a third… Read More

Are You a Nowhere Man in the World of Social Selling?

The year was 1965 and John Lennon wrote the song Nowhere Man, which was an introspective about his life at that time. He was asking himself; “Where am I going?” Where am I going is a question all… Read More

Does Social Selling mean never picking up the phone again?

This is one of the most asked questions we get and deserves a proper answer. So here it is. No!!   The idea that the entire sales process is now conducted online is simply a fallacy (That should… Read More

Vinyl Records or Music Streaming – Cold calls or Social Selling

I am an avid collector of vinyl records. I have had a fascination with them since I first started collecting in the 1960’s. I was working for a rail company as a Redcap (carrying customer baggage for them),… Read More

Is your website your best salesperson?

This is one of the key questions we ask clients as they begin their journey into the world of “Social” and social sales. While our sales teams should be leading the way, our organizational online presence is still… Read More

Find Continuous Improvement Through Social

I was watching an episode of Sunday Morning this weekend and they had an article about Japanese Whisky. Although Japanese whisky is not top of mind here, it seems that they have developed a wonderful product and one… Read More

You’re the Problem!

  By now it is abundantly clear and very well established that buyer behaviour has radically changed. It is equally clear that traditional advertising and lead generation techniques are no longer effective. So why are organizations so slow… Read More

Whiteboard Versus In-Field training

There are quite a number of sales training methodologies that have become common. Most, if not all of these, incorporate a “classroom style training” with whiteboards and other visual aids. Some even still use powerpoints, and I had… Read More