How To Get People To Do What You Want Them To Do

Manipulation. Don’t let it scare you.

5 Marketing Blunders Almost Everyone Makes

Chances are you are making one or more of these mistakes in your marketing. Knowing what they are can make all the difference.

Dating In Terms A Salesperson Understands

No, we’re not talking about being cold. We’re talking about making the world of dating a little easier to understand.

Don’t Annoy The Bull And Other Lessons From The Field

Before you can avoid the bulls, you need to learn to spot them. With people that can be a challenge.

An Introvert’s Guide To Personal Success

If the world seems to demand that you become something you’re not, don’t worry. You can be authentic and follow your own path to success.

Want Real Change? The Shift Begins in the Middle

Tired of preaching to the choir or confronting your most vocal opponents and seeing no real change or impact from your efforts?
Maybe you are talking to the wrong people.

On Balls, Business, Selling, and Relationships

Write a humorous article that touches on sports, sex, and business? Doug Wagner rises to the challenge.

Inspiration Unpacked: What’s Right? Or What Will Sell?

We’re bombarded with commercials, sales pitches, and guilt trips designed to get us to buy. But what are we selling?

A Chance Encounter With Lifelong Repercussions

Shawn Henfling tells the story of a man whose spontaneous confession changed his life.

5 Reasons You Need to Have a Red Ferrari To Sell

Because stereotypes and sloppy thinking can be the death of any salesman.

Just Pedal, No Push

A Rockies encounter with an old traveler inspires Pat O’Connor to take a life-altering journey.

The Lawyer’s Guide To Legal Marketing

Because in this new age, we are all, always looking for work

“Wearing a Suit and Tie is the New ‘Eccentric’ in the Workplace”

How do you dress in the workplace? How does what your coworkers wear affect you? Do you frown on those wear casual dress and does larger culture need to go back to dressing up? Does it matter?

“A boy should be able to dress like a ice dancer OR a NASCAR driver if he wants to.”

This is a comment by Tom B. on the post “Buying Boys’ Underwear For My Daughter”. Tom writes about the strict dichotomy of how clothing is marketed to young girl and boys and how it contributes to gender stereotypes from an early age.

New Fiction: Business as Usual

In this short story by Bo Guthrie, a persistent security system salesman struggles to win over a potential customer who is going through a difficult divorce.

Working through your ADD

Working when you have ADD can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. J.R. Reed gives you the lowdown on how to conquer your job.