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We Need Evangelists Again!

Entrepreneurs / Aug 9, 2019 / Nikolaus Kimla

Today, salespeople have become increasingly detached from the products they sell and the companies they stand for. That is why they change jobs so frequently—an average of once every 2 years. Go back 50 years, and a salesperson actually identified with and believed in their products and company, along with what the product stood for ... Read More

The 4 Biggest Sales Blunders You can Make in 2019

Motivational / Mar 28, 2019 / Nikolaus Kimla

Much has been written about “how to sell”—the rules, the methods, ways to vastly increase your sales. Nikolaus Kimla has written a number of books himself on the successful methods he´d seen and personally used. But little is said about the things you can do wrong, and for that reason he decided to write about ... Read More

AI Revolution in Mobile CRM

Pipeliner CRM / Feb 11, 2019 / Nikolaus Kimla

You may not realize it—or the fact may have snuck up on you while you weren’t looking—but today there are far more smartphones out there than computers. There are currently an estimated 3 billion smartphones in use globally. Just to show the comparison, in 2017, the percentage of smartphone users accessing the internet was 63%, ... Read More

Building Your Brand of Gold: 6 Step Process

For Sales Pros / Jan 15, 2019 / John Golden

There is a lot of conversation circulating about building your personal brand. If you take a look online, you might see personal branding defined 1 as “the practice of people marketing themselves and their careers as brands,” with terms like “self-packaging” thrown into the mix. But, the discussion about personal branding is fairly superficial; what ... Read More

Who Are You? (Building character)

Leadership / Dec 12, 2018 / Nikolaus Kimla

In this ebook, Nikolaus Kimla discusses the two pillars of the future are technology, and human beings and how you have to have the perfect technology, and then the perfect human being in application, performance, and presentation. He argues that today and into the future, it’s a 50-50 balance. In the past, it was perhaps ... Read More

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