Are You Tough Enough for Vulnerability Based Leadership?

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Are You Tough Enough for Vulnerability Based Leadership?Leadership Academy, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on August 24, 2013 with 1 comment

What does it take to be truly authentic? How would your life and career change if you became fearless? Vulnerability is the path to becoming invincible. Discover how you can become more powerful than you could ever imagine. Whether at work or at home, becoming a more powerful leader than you ever imagined will not …

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Reacting vs. Responding

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Reacting vs. RespondingHow To Sell and Sales Tips

by Keith Rosen on January 13, 2008 with 0 comment

Are you reacting to your clients as opposed to responding to them? Read more to learn the difference between the two and how to identify which approach you are taking. When a customer says something like, “Your price is too high,” salespeople often switch into a defensive mode, thinking about a past experience with a …

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Build the Confidence of A Champion

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Build the Confidence of A ChampionLife Coaching and Career Coaching

by Keith Rosen on November 10, 2006 with 0 comment

Lacking some confidence? Suffering from low self-esteem? Here’s the secret to boosting your confidence today; make confidence a choice. As you can imagine, there’s no room at the champion round table for doubt or anything less than a winning attitude. So, how do these top producers do it? How do so many of them go …

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Five Principles to Crafting Better Coaching Questions

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Five Principles to Crafting Better Coaching QuestionsBusiness Coaching

by Keith Rosen on August 18, 2006 with 0 comment

When asking questions, the importance of how those questions are positioned is essential. Be mindful of these 5 elements to start asking better questions today. Be sure that your questions succeed in achieving the following objectives. 1. Be direct and candid with your questioning and communication. Do not be vague or tiptoe around the subject or …

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The Strategy of Keeping Your Business A Secret

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The Strategy of Keeping Your Business A SecretInsights in Business

by Keith Rosen on March 17, 2006 with 0 comment

Leaving your business out in the open makes it easy for competitors to steal your ideas. Sometimes it’s wise to make certain strategies top secret. I was talking to Jan, a client of mine about building her practice through more referral business. We worked on building her referral engine developing an approach that she was comfortable …

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If Time Is Money, Then Where’s Your Routine?

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If Time Is Money, Then Where’s Your Routine?Insights in Business

by Keith Rosen on December 6, 2005 with 0 comment

A majority of the people that I work with struggle trying to manage their time strategically. Read to learn how to better manage your time. One evening, I received a phone call from Joe Connolly with the Wall Street Journal and WCBS Radio. He told me he had just finished reading an article in the …

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Don’t Blame the Game, Blame the Player’s Approach

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Don’t Blame the Game, Blame the Player’s ApproachProspecting, Cold Calling and Networking

by Keith Rosen on December 2, 2005 with 0 comment

“Cold Calling Doesn’t Work.” I strongly dislike when people say this simply because it’s the furthest thing from the truth. You’ve been duped into believing that cold calling doesn’t work when the fact is, it’s all in the approach.

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Insights on Leadership

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Insights on LeadershipLeadership Academy

by Keith Rosen on November 22, 2005 with 0 comment

Motivating the sales force and maximizing the team’s productivity are only some of the situations sales managers encounter. Learn what you can do to improve your team. 1. What would you tell sales managers to help them motivate the various members of a sales force – some high achieving, some mid-level producers, some new and untried, some never …

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