Kildare Escoto is the best performing salesman in a North Carolina optometry business.
When Wharton Business School professor Adam Grant walks into that eye care office posing as a mystery shopper, Kildare doesn’t give the hard sell. He doesn’t show...
The candy store is designed to be a wonderland.
It’s an experience constructed for the senses — vibrant colors, rainbow flavors, syrupy smells that transcend wrappers, and the indulgent promise of sugar. How could children and sweet tooths not feel...
Think back to your first job out of school. Were you totally out of your depth?
The part of my first job that made me anxious was trying reach new prospects to win their business. Everyone in the office could tell when it was phone call time. I would...
A couple of weeks ago I got an email from Steve from Statuspage.io:
Subject: karma based marketing
I’ve been thinking more about this lately and re-read your blog post. Out of curiosity, what are you guys still (or what have you started) doing that you’d qualify as karma based marketing?
Breaking things down helps you deliver better results. This lesson repeats itself almost everywhere people are thinking about how to do things better.
Common productivity advice is to break a complex task down in to simpler steps. When you list things...
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