USE THE NUMBER 3 TO YOUR ADVANTAGE

RANDYGRAM – THE NUMBER THREE  Just a casual glance around you will reveal a multitude of references to the number “3”.  Three strikes and you’re out.  The Three Stooges.  The Rule of Thirds in art and photography.  A trilogy. The Marketing Power of Three (choices).  Triangulation.  Veni, Vedi, Vici.  The Third Rock from the Sun.  […]

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AT THE CORE

RANDYGRAM – AT THE CORE  At the core of it, your business is a very simple one, whatever you produce.  You provide a useful product or vital service which people are willing to pay for. You need to never lose sight of that, because accomplishing that task consistently better than your competitors do, should guide […]

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VISUALIZING SUCCESS

RANDYGRAM  – VISUALIZING SUCCESS When we set out to accomplish our goals, one of the first things we must do is to be able to visualize success.   Reaching a goal requires that we believe that we can attain it. If we are unable to see ourselves as successful, we simply won’t get where we want […]

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LISTENING

RANDYGRAM – LISTENING Among the key skills that good salespeople acquire and hone is the ability to listen.  While it is important to prepare for any sales call by determining what we will say and offer, it is just as imperative that you carefully take the time to listen to the other party.  There will be […]

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MOTION IS NOT ACTION

RANDYGRAM  –  MOTION IS NOT ACTION The information you are reading is a direct outgrowth of many discussions held about attempting to improve communication in any organization, but has particular impact where people work remotely and do not see each other often. Let me remind everyone, however, that communication is only one piece of the puzzle.  […]

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INTRODUCTION TO RANDYGRAMS

Randygrams are written to help maintain good communications throughout an organization and in particular to foster a strong connection between folks back at HQ and the people in field organizations with whom they unfortunately have too little face time.  They are written to ensure that staff might appreciate that leadership is more than just the […]

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