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Sports movies tend to have one facet over regular dramas. They tend to reveal more about the lengths that people are willing to go in order to achieve a goal (usually a championship), along with figuring out ways to surpass massive obstacles such as a juggernaut villainous team to have

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There is a dire issue that many university athletic programs rarely address: Who are they allowing to sit at the table and do they deserve to be there? Especially the smaller FCS or DII schools where anyone with $200 can become a donor, volunteer for a committee position and walk

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With the San Francisco Deltas shutting down operations Nov. 24, 2017, only 2 years after declaring how “tech would disrupt sports,” I hope that there are lessons to be learned from all of this. I hope that this will create enough pause for those who routinely call out ticket sales

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The Tao of Sports has teamed up with Win1Big.com to provide one lucky winner with a 7″ Amazon Fire Tablet. Perfect for those who are getting back to campus for study, or those sports business executives who are looking to enhance their professional development or sales skills with some light

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I’m not as amazed as I should be by the blog post by SF Delta’s CEO Brian Andrés Helmick, who as with many tech folks, tend to misread that application of their devices goes way beyond just the illusion of having more technology at your finger tips. Last year, The

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Referrals tend to give us a lot, without expecting much in return. And often, we live up to their expectations. Consider what that means. Referrers are generating business for us, yet don’t receive anything in return for their services. After a while, those referrers dry up, simply because they see

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Storing client information is not enough for a CRM in today’s world. Now, it needs to have triggers and workflows, to remind you, as well as help increase, the amount of touches that you have with each client. Think of the amount of birthdays that you’d have to remember for

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Regardless of the product, there is always a different slice to provide to the customer. If it is in demand, that’s easy to recognize. But even when it isn’t in demand, there is a new piece of inventory that can be created, sold, which fits the specific want, need or

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Entertainers, such as comedians and musicians, have revenue streams that they do not access or realize. This especially applies to those who have smaller fan bases, who may need that money more than those who are at the top their game nationally or internationally. While some of these local comedians/musicians

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Questions shouldn’t just be reserved for when you are trying to sell. They should be when you are attempting to learn more. That means asking, whether in sales training or other environments, because the answers provided will go beyond the text in front of you. Often, people don’t want to

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