produced by john c ashworth This podcast was inspired by a recent broadcast email from Linkedin. There are a few important lessons here about your on-going efforts to more effectively reach your prospects and customers on a more regular basis. -John 🙂 Click here to connect with me on Linkedin.Read More
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Why you should never stop learning…the heart of my personal selling strategy Just a quick Sunday afternoon story about why you should NEVER stop learning, growing and staying focused on trying to gather as much knowledge and understanding of the world around you as you can. Especially when it comes to honing your craft. produced…Read More
written by john c ashworth Sales and marketing are two of the most important components of any business. Void of strong selling systems, a business will quickly suffer and fail. The problem is that many businesses feel timid when it comes to selling and being more assertive when trying to drive business growth. Often this…Read More
written by john c ashworth I just read a story about erosion in the outer banks, and there is a business lesson embedded that I want to share with you. You really shouldn’t make decisions with blinders on. Hope and faith are not a strategy for success… Since 2007, the Outer Banks have lost more…Read More
written and produced by john c ashworth How to write a cold email that gets a response and doesn’t irritate people like this one did… The cold email is a great way to get your name out there but it can be time consuming and ineffective. I know you can do better. And I know…Read More
by john c ashworth No matter the level of creativity, the amount, or even the overall effectivnes of your advertising…none of it will solve the problem of being forced to overcome a product or experience that is disappointing, frustrating, or even misleading for your customers and clients. This reminds me of the tiny little shit…Read More