60-Second Sales Coach [Special Tribute to Zig Ziglar]

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60-Second Sales Coach [Special Tribute to Zig Ziglar]Accountability, Goal Setting, Interviews, Life Coaching and Career Coaching, Live Responsibly: Life Tips, Great Living, Sales Management, Sales Training, Setting Goals

by Keith Rosen on January 28, 2013 with 0 comment

SPECIAL EXCLUSIVE SERIES (Feb 4-Feb 15): 10 Previously Unreleased Clips of Keith Rosen’s Interview With Zig Ziglar. Follow tribute here. As we kick off a New Year, many of us take time to set goals and make plans for the New Year. We also tend to reflect back on the ups and downs of the …

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You’re An ADRENALINE JUNKIE! How to Kick Your Addiction and Find a Healthier Energy Source to THRIVE

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You’re An ADRENALINE JUNKIE! How to Kick Your Addiction and Find a Healthier Energy Source to THRIVEAccountability, Career Advice

by Keith Rosen on January 19, 2013 with 2 comments

You may have a drug problem. Many people today are hooked on a commonly abused, yet elusive drug whose widespread use seems to be flying under our radar. That drug of choice is adrenaline.   Hooked on Chaos – The New Drug of Choice for Managers Especially in today’s society, with the constant push to …

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Zig Ziglar: Leaving A Legacy Today—Making An Impact Forever

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Zig Ziglar: Leaving A Legacy Today—Making An Impact ForeverAccountability, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, Life Coaching and Career Coaching, Live Responsibly: Life Tips, Great Living, training for managers, Videos

by Keith Rosen on December 3, 2012 with 0 comment

In Memory of a True Hero of Humanity I was walking in the streets of Copenhagen the other day when I was told about the passing of one of the world’s greatest heroes, Zig Ziglar. I stopped, paused and looked up towards the heavens. With tears in my eyes, the first thought that came to …

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Immediate Release: Keith Rosen Inducted Into the Top Sales Hall of FameAccountability, Books, coaching for managers, coaching salespeople, Executive Coaching, Live Events, Sales Coaching, Sales Management, Surveys and Polls

by Keith Rosen on March 9, 2011 with 3 comments

Some say you are judged by the company you keep. That said, I thought it was worth mentioning a notable achievement, one I’m proud to be a part of. I’m humbled and deeply appreciative to be inducted in the 2010 Top Sales Hall of Fame next to some of the greatest legends in the world …

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Foster Key Strategic Relationships: How to Keep Your Job- Part 2Accountability, Career Advice, coaching for managers, Executive Coaching, Sales Coaching

by Keith Rosen on March 9, 2009 with 0 comment

The World Bank just reported that the economy is in the worst shape since the Great Depression. Here are a few career retention strategies to adopt (as well as some things to avoid doing) to stay employed, become more valuable and avoid being the next one cut. These strategies can make the difference between you …

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Make Yourself Indispensable. How to Keep Your Job – Part 1Accountability, American Entitlement, Career Advice, management tips, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on March 5, 2009 with 0 comment

Millions of jobs have been lost over the last year. A recent survey indicated that almost 50% of American’s are worried about losing their job. Our job market hasn’t experienced these staggering numbers since 1974. With more companies laying people off, how can you insulate yourself from the rest of the work force and maintain …

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CEO’s Need to Get Their Head Out Of Their Assets. Check out This Layoff Tracking ScorecardAccountability, American Entitlement, articles on leadership, Business Coaching, Business Tools, coaching for managers, Executive Coaching, Insights in Business, Sales Management, Surveys and Polls

by Keith Rosen on February 15, 2009 with 0 comment

I want to share a conversation I had recently with a CEO of a fairly large company. He was telling me how they’ve done as much fat cutting, expense reduction, budget freezing and overhead trimming as they can. They’re on their second rounds of layoffs and it’s still not looking good, as another layoff is …

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How Do You Get Your Salespeople to Sell More?Accountability, All About Selling, American Entitlement, Executive Coaching, Hiring and recruiting, How to Manage Your Team, Insights in Business, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on January 31, 2009 with 0 comment

Author Lee B. Salz brings together a collection of critical thinking from a variety of consultants and thought leaders, and has them weigh in on what businesses need to do to avoid becoming a growing statistic of companies unable to change their rigid ways. I’ve included the entire article below that Lee wrote. Read how …

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