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INSIDER: Sales Insanity
[12/1/2018]
Jorge Trevino, MBA Candidate
As a sales person, you must always be ready to embrace the challenges that the selling environment poses in your professional life. In Sales Insanity, Cannon Thomas recounts unique sales blunders which highlight the importance of adapting to the ever-changing sales environment

INSIDER: When—The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing
[12/1/2018]
Clint Ratliff, MBA Candidate
In his book, When—The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, Daniel H. Pink reaffirms the idea that “timing is everything” through anecdotal discourse and scientific research to impart a better understanding of how to find your perfect timing

INSIDER: Sales EQ
[9/1/2018]
Kevin Pettit, MBA Candidate
In Sales EQ, Jeb Blount explains that the emotional experience of buying is more important than any product, price, or feature. To be an effective sales person, it is necessary to approach people the way they buy rather than the way you sell, which requires high emotional intelligence and knowledge of how people make decisions

INSIDER: Why Women Buy
[9/1/2018]
Courtney A. Harris, MBA
Research shows that women account for 85 percent of all consumer purchases and have $7 trillion in buying power. In Why Women Buy, Dawn Jones shares insights to provide sales professionals with a relevant and detailed guidebook for improving results with and meeting the needs of this powerful market

INSIDER: Everything You Need to Know About Social Media
[6/1/2018]
Miranda Fair, MBA Candidate
Social media has revolutionized communication and advertising and is a useful tool for keeping up with news, family, and friends. As a real estate professional, though, understanding how to best use each social media platform can have a positive impact on your business

INSIDER: The Multigenerational Sales Team
[6/1/2018]
Clint Ratliff, MBA Candidate
Buyer and seller markets are now comprised of multiple generations that not only see the world differently, but also value vastly different lifestyles. While the differences between generations provide obstacles to overcome, it is also important to recognize the accessibility, innovation and collaboration these differences provide for the workplace

INSIDER: Listing Boss
[3/1/2018]
Kevin Pettit, MBA Candidate
Differentiating one's self from the competition is crucial to the success or failure of the business. In his new book, Listing Boss, Hoss Pratt discusses the changing environment and shares insight that will empower you to exceed your sales goals by transforming the way you approach your business

INSIDER: The Business of Flipping Homes
[3/1/2018]
Miranda Fair, MBA Candidate
Thanks to the number of popular television shows, many people get the impression that they, too, can immerse themselves in a world of sparkling granite, colorful tiles, and rich hardwoods, all while making a handsome profit. But successful flippers have knowledge that extends beyond farmhouse bathrooms or modern living spaces

INSIDER: 2 Chairs: The Secret that Changes Everything
[12/1/2017]
Courtney A. Harris, MBA Candidate
The new book, 2 Chairs: The Secret that Changes Everything, is crucial not only for people who are in trouble themselves, but also for those who just don’t know what advice to give to others in need

INSIDER: Emotional Agility
[12/1/2017]
Austin Taylor, MBA Candidate
In Emotional Agility, Susan David offers a groundbreaking way to recognize our feelings and gives us the tools we need to avoid the emotional ruts that keep us from reaching our bigger goals


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