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Comment by Vincent Wright on October 28, 2015 at 9:36am

Who wins when good sales people sell poor products?

Comment by Vincent Wright on June 20, 2015 at 9:16am

"The most important thing to remember in business is that nothing really happens until a sale takes place." +Brian Tracy

Comment by Lori Richardson on October 12, 2014 at 6:18pm

It is great to be a sponsor of Brandergy and especially the Sales Pros group. Selling is an admirable profession. Nothing happens in your businesses unless you are able to sell the goods and services you represent. Happy to be here!

Comment by Stan Robinson, Jr. on September 2, 2014 at 11:34am

Hi Folks,

I'm glad to be part of this group! I have a background in inside sales with publishing and technology companies.

Currently I help sales professionals increase revenues by integrating social media into their sales process. 

Comment by Mark Steffenson on July 16, 2009 at 4:27pm
I didn't think I was a "Hunter" type salesperson. But I am according to this article by Greta Roberts of Target Teams.

I would be very interested in hearing others comments on how this definition fits into their pre-concieved notions of the so called Hunter.
Comment by Vincent Wright on January 14, 2009 at 12:07am
Hi, Georgeann,
Let's not worry about typos. We care more about good attitudes! :-)

As for your gesture, I SINCERELY appreciate it but, that matter is largely behind us now... (Far from rich but, moving in a much better direction! :-) )


Thanks, and Keep STRONG, Georgeann!!
Comment by Georgeann Malowney Knoles on January 13, 2009 at 11:30pm
OK...I am very new to writing on walls. If someone knows how I can edit my typos in the comment below, please advise. If not, I am not sure if the procedure is to delete then post a corrected version.
Comment by Georgeann Malowney Knoles on January 13, 2009 at 11:28pm
Vincent Wright is my hero! I am one of his biggest fans. I stumbled upon online in 2006 and Vincent got me started tracking down former coworkers and contacts.

I read a comment below about a possible golf get-together. Not sure if it happened.

I am not sure if this is an appropriate place to mention this husband had acquire such an enormous portfolio of timeshares before we met in 2006 that I created Mostly we just travel the world. Took the Princess World Cruise 2008, were are at a resort in Puerto Vallarta for six months, then will be in Europe April-July.

I have been trying to improve my websites in between swimming and relaxing.

BUT the point of my ramblings.....IF a group would like to get together in Mexico AND Vincent Wright came to visit....I would be more than happy to contribute accommodations for free to people like Vincent and at cost to others.
Comment by David Krippene on August 22, 2008 at 12:44pm
I spent thirty years in sales and business development, the face to face, "feet in the street" type of sales. I am now recruiting sales, marketing, strategic management and business development pros who have business maturity and know how to "sell up" for several different industries.

I am happy to help people learn the difference between a "drive and drop" salesman and someone who really understands customer relationship marketing, increasing client market share and three fundamental rules of good salesmanship.
Comment by Vincent Wright on April 4, 2008 at 8:27am
I agree with you, Linda. Sales IS an amazing profession! By the way: if you haven't yet done so, please remember to join Linking Sales PROS on Linkedin Groups at:

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