Looking for advice on continuing learning/education/books/resources on backstage business knowledge - thinks like operations, supply chain, demand planning, etc. I'm well versed in sales/marketing
Thinking I could smash it in a sales gig after selling thousands of copies of my own books. I also have a large global audience. I’m looking to make a lot of money in a short period of time. I am hungry. I am a go getter. I have done everything. Who is ready to put me to work remotely or in Denver? Let’s talk!
Books on human psychology that have affected you. I'll start: influence, sales Bible, on killing.
Merry Christmas all. Looking for good books for 2018. Possibly related towards sales. Heard about questions that sell etc. any recommendations?? Trying to learn all I can as a new RIA
Mary's book sold 1 million more copies than Art of the Deal on its first day. https://www.usatoday.com/story/entertainment/books/2020/07/16/mary-trump-book-already-nearing-1-million-sales/5450614002/
Any recommendations for good sales courses / books to learn or be better at "how to sell"?
Hi everyone! I’m a young CPA, relocating to Raleigh. I made the decision to transition into sales after realizing that I want to bring more fun into my career. I’m currently reading sales books, watching Keenan’s YouTube channel, and learning all I can. I’m relentlessly applying for SDR positions but I’m having trouble landing interviews (been applying through LinkedIn). I would appreciate advice from anyone who transitioned from another industry into sales. How did you break the barrier?
Have an interview with an AI company next week. Role is in sales. Recruiter suggested i read Prediction Machines since I have a very introductory knowledge of AI/ML. Since there’s limited time, what short books or podcasts/videos would you all recommend in lieu of prediction machines?
Lots of us are skilled at delivery but most sales books seem to focus on the pitch and closing... What are your best resources for learning to develop and nurture strong, lasting client relationships?
My professional life at the moment is far from ideal. I’ve been on quarantine (long story, but a good one) for the last seven years. Royalties from my books don’t pay the bills. My entrepreneurial pursuits remain hampered. For the interim, I’ve been looking for a remote opportunity where I can leverage my skills in marketing, sales, social media, and elsewhere for a decent sum. I have a social media presence which, in recent years, reached millions. There has to be something exciting I can do.
I currently work in a hybrid sales/marketing role. However, I would love more experience in marketing specifically so I can move in to a marketing specific role. Does anyone have a suggestion of books or articles, podcasts, organizations to follow that will allow me to stay up to date on the latest trends but also help prepare for a marketing centric role? Thank you
Fishes, looking for recommendations on growing business development and sales skills. Finding and growing pipelines, establishing marketing materials, closing sales, and similar for services. I have on the job experience within consulting but never any formal training or education. Entering a new role where I'll need to build organizational capabilities from scratch. Any recommendations on programs, certificates, courses, books, or other similar ideas would be greatly appreciated. TIA!
Back in the day, I did my own PR, sales & marketing for whatever business idea I was running with at the time. What’s a good remote sales opportunity I can do anywhere in the world that won’t be painful or too high touch? Where I can use my social & business skills (markets, law, cloud, publishing, media, logistics, algos, social media, books, ebooks, design, podcasting, marketing, press release writing, voiceover, journalism) to earn a few extra shillings?
How do I learn how to interact with clients? Like advice for someone in sell side sales? Anyone know any good books or other resources? I found this video and I want to learn more tips like this: http://www.cnbc.com/2015/01/14/master-class-entertaining-wall-street-clients-commentary.html
Hey folks, I’m about a year into my new SE career and looking to continue to invest in professional skills. I’ve obviously been thrown into the fire learning the sales side of things, but what areas (technical skills, certs, books, etc.) you all would recommend I look to invest in? I’ve been looking at some beginner coding boot camps and scrum product owner certs, but interested in what you all have done to further advance your career
New teacher here: I have a collection of bins of books from garage sales, giveaways, hand me downs, etc. Looking for organization tips and best apps/websites to quickly level them!
I am an aspiring entrepreneur and want to start a business in future for sure. I have a few ideas but nothing concrete, or close to being a start up yet. I work in tech, but a generalist - have done sales, delivery operations etc. trying to get experience in as many areas as possible before I go on my own. I dnt know where to start the journey. Are their any books or other material I can read/reference to think and plan about my entrepreneurship journey. I m in mid 40s based in t2 city US east.
How to be good at Sales and have a charismatic personality? Any words of wisdom? Any great books to read? Any other recommendations?
Im thinking of applying to a M&A human capital role. Sits under investitures and divestitures. Is this under Deloitte’s strategy practice?
Guys. Amex platinum vs Chase Sapphire Reserve? Amex is offering 60k bonus and chase is offering 50k
I applied for a business solutions role at Crowe through campus recruiting, however, I’ve been selected to interview for a financial crime consulting role. Anyone know why something like that would happen? Now I need to research that role 😩
My lease for a decent 1BR in LIC was $2350/month. Without the COVID discount, it is increasing to $2640/month. Thoroughly enjoyed living here, should I suck it up and stay? My new role will also be perma remote in NY area so was considering moving a bit more suburb near the area if the rent could be drastically reduced.
I have been wanting to switch to advisory from audit. I have spoken up regarding this possible transfer but it doesn’t look like it will happen internally. I don’t want to leave public or B4 (cont)...
Very weird watching a presidential candidate explain/defend management consulting in a NYT interview. Even some questions about federal contractors! Maybe people will stop asking what my job “means”
General question: can you change the culture of a 4,000 personal organization in 3 months? I think you can set up a framework but real cultural change takes time. And Nov/Dec doesn’t seem like the ideal time to do it. I ask because trying to find a way to present this to my boss with proof points.
I have a 401(k) plan that I am being requested pricing on for a local medical group. It's about $2M with 57 participants. What would you guys take as far as compensation goes for a plan of this size?
New to freelance: 40 hours/week in contract but put on a high profile project that requires weekend work or overtime. Bill? If so, how would you go about it since the contract is 40 hours/week? Should I just include it in the invoice/timesheet or should I also plan to have a conversation with my supervisor or HR or Accounts Payable beforehand? Also keeping in mind that I hope to get contract extended, which is in my contract [tentative].
Has anyone been told over and over again about how little HR salaries are? I’m thinking about a career shift because I need an upward climb in salary
Anyone here exited from BIG4 to Salesforce? What do you like about the switch? Interviewing for a role next week and trying to find out more about life on other side.
Given $1k investment minimums for most corp bonds, what is a decent amount to start with? Weighing out the benefits of individual vs ETF
Guys what is the big step up from Associate to VP? Currently at a boutique but interviewing for a relatively big and well known bank so I am a bit clueless on how a VP would operate in a much bigger environment than mine.
Dear EY stop posting about our great year of growth. If it is so great, please be consistent and give us better raise and bonus.
Anyone familiar with Bluestar bioadvisors ? Type of work? Culture? How highly regarded in industry? Thx
New EY expense policy just owned, no more Amex Plat reimbursement and mobile capped at $60 for all? WTF uncle Ernie.
A&M folks, how good (or not) are your health / dental/ vision benefits ? How much are out-of-pocket expenses for families? Also how is the 401(k) match?
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