Welcome to the August 1, 2007 edition of carnival of sales & management success.
Karl Goldfield presents Building a plan Part 4a: Get to know your team (New Hires) posted at Coaching sales champions.
Charles H. Green presents Is Neuroleadership More Than Reinventing Wheels? posted at Trust Matters, saying, “Is neuroleadership doing more than just codifying common sense? Are there any lessons leaders can take away from it?”
[email protected] presents » Blog Archive » Get More Done with Activity Logs posted at Get More Done with Activity Logs, saying, “Get More Done with Activity Logs
Using activity logs as part of your time management strategy can significantly increase your productivity.
Karl Goldfield presents Building a plan Part 4b: Get to know your superiors, reports, and peers (Just hired) posted at Coaching sales champions.
Warren Wong presents My Partner?s Not Doing Enough Work! posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “Do you find that your partner’s not doing enough work and are angry for having to pick up the slack? Here’s how to handle it.”
Matt Hanson presents Matt’s Creative Advertising Blog » Blog Archive » Advertising Jingles and Commercials – Radio & TV posted at Matt’s Creative Advertising Blog, saying, “I offer some great tips to stop you from getting ripped off by advertising companies. It can happen if you don’t follow these simple rules. Thanks for providing the carnival.”
Chris Tackett presents How to Write a Headline and Grab Your Prospect by the Eyeballs! posted at Direct Marketing News, saying, “The art of writing headlines is important for direct marketing. I will cover how to come up with some great headlines just like the one I use in this article.”
Eric Hudin presents You Can Make More Working Less posted at Everyday Marketing Ideas, saying, “Time management is a myth. Time doesn’t stop. There is no managing something you can’t control. What you can do is eliminate your wasted movements to become more efficient and effective.”
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