Weekly Recap, January 3, 2016


Happy New Year! 


  • Monday: Read Tom Newberry's book, Success Is Not An Accident on how to achieve success by planning for it. 

  • Tuesday: Avoid the common mistake of using industry jargon when speaking with a prospect. 

  • Wednesday: How using certain phrases can redirect your prospect's focus to help better frame your value proposition.

  • Thursday: Follow these four guidelines to approaching your next independent project. 
  • Friday: To exude more confidence in speech and presentation, avoid these common words. 

  • Saturday: Read this article from Inc. on 5 Things Smart Leaders Do to Empower Employees. 

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