Two Brains are Better than One

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Science has determined that the human brain poorly stores list information. Of course, the brain can store large amounts of data, but in practical terms, the brain can retain only a fraction of the vast amount of the information consumed in a single day.

A computer is more efficient than the human brain in storing information, but a computer cannot think up an original idea. The human brain is unique in that it can collect, evaluate, and manipulate data and form new original ideas. Look around you. Everything you see was once an idea in the human brain until someone made it a reality.

We are exposed to over 35GB of new information and over 50,000 self-generated thoughts every day. It is no wonder that it is easy to feel overwhelmed, stressed out, and unfocused. If left untreated, we can see a loss of productivity and effectiveness. Thankfully, there is an answer.

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Time to Rethink Sales “Training”

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In recent weeks, I’ve found myself homebound like many other business professionals, more by choice than by circumstance because I’m trying to run my business from home and not travel all over the country like I used to do. With the Internet and modern software tools, I can work with multiple clients, thousands of miles apart in a single day.

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Four Keys to Better Training

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Are your salespeople getting the training they need to achieve their career goals with your company?

According to a worldwide study of over four thousand companies in seventy different countries across twenty different industries, IBM found that eight out of ten corporate leaders feel their employees do receive the training they need to achieve their career goals.

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Sales Training Like a NAVY SEAL

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“The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday” That is the motto of the United States Navy’s Sea, Air and Land Forces – commonly known as SEALs. Whether it is conducting clandestine missions behind enemy lines or tracking down Osama bin Laden, the history of this elite fighting force is one of legendary achievements.

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