Above-and-Beyond WWE Service Brings Delicious Results
Above-and-Beyond WWE Service Brings Delicious Results
/ June 19, 2014 0 COMMENTS

Customer Peggy Jean’s Pies recently raved about the service she got from WWE’s Spencer Gardner.

Career Advice from Puff Daddy, Sandra Bullock and the First Lady
Career Advice from Puff Daddy, Sandra Bullock and the First Lady
/ June 17, 2014 0 COMMENTS

New college graduates can use all the career advice they can get. Here’s some advice from the world of celebrities.

WWE’s Jordan Colletti: ‘I’m Just Real with Everybody.’
WWE’s Jordan Colletti: ‘I’m Just Real with Everybody.’
/ June 12, 2014 0 COMMENTS

A decade ago, Jordan Colletti was as far from a career in sales as he could get. He was singing and playing guitar in a New Jersey rock group called All Rights Reserved. Colletti likens the lifestyle to the classic Bill Murray flick Groundhog Day. 

5 Tips for Building Your Career in Sales Through Good Relationships
5 Tips for Building Your Career in Sales Through Good Relationships
/ June 10, 2014 0 COMMENTS

One of the keys to building successful relationships when starting your career in sales is fostering trust with clients. Here’s how to achieve that trust.

Recruiters Can Play a Role in Your Search for a Sales Career
Recruiters Can Play a Role in Your Search for a Sales Career
/ June 5, 2014 0 COMMENTS

Recruiters can be the key to a successful employment search as you embark on your new career in sales. Many of us know of someone who got an out-of-the-blue call from a recruiter, which led to a new career opportunity. Though these recruiters work for the hiring companies on a retained (getting an upfront fee) or…

An Internship Could Kickstart Your Sales Career
An Internship Could Kickstart Your Sales Career
/ June 3, 2014 0 COMMENTS

College students or recent graduates eager to break into their first job in sales often need more than a diploma and a sparkling grade-point average to get a decent first job. That’s not to say that grades don’t matter, but students who have spent their summers interning and learning about the professional world often have…

Some Surprising Career Advice from Google
Some Surprising Career Advice from Google
/ May 29, 2014 0 COMMENTS

The traditional way of pursuing a career — going to college, building a strong résumé — might get you in the door at Google. But right beside you might be someone who took a completely different path. New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman explored the company’s hiring theories in a two-part feature titled “How to Get…

Tara Halligan: Adventures of an Oregonian in Montana
Tara Halligan: Adventures of an Oregonian in Montana
/ May 27, 2014 0 COMMENTS

Portland native Tara Halligan started her career in sales with Worldwide Express’ Pacific Northwest group in early 2013, and it’s been a blur of activity ever since. She started as an account manager at the Portland office, then moved to the office in Boise, Idaho, where she worked for nine months. Next stop: Billings, Montana,…

In Sales Careers, Follow-Up Calls Can Make a Big Difference
In Sales Careers, Follow-Up Calls Can Make a Big Difference
/ May 22, 2014 0 COMMENTS

Once a salesperson has made that all-important cold call, there’s still plenty of work to do. Sure, it would be nice to close deals right away, but we know that’s just not how the world always works. That brings us to the equally crucial follow-up call. Handling it the right way may make the difference…

To Turbocharge Your Sales Career, Focus on Referral Business
To Turbocharge Your Sales Career, Focus on Referral Business
/ May 20, 2014 0 COMMENTS

As you grow in your new sales career, you’ll find that growing your book of business depends on existing clients providing a boost with referrals. Satisfied customers who give positive recommendations can open the door is to new business relationships. Sales referrals are what consultant Mark Hunter calls “the lifeblood of success.” “Never pass up…