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Podcast Episodes

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/TaoEp0856.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSDebra Fine’s latest book, The Fine Art of Small Talk, is about revolutionizing how we engage with each other in ways that lead toward relationship building, as well as business development. Fine discusses ways to not only break the ice, but

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From The Editor's Desk

Internal staff meetings have yet to yield an ROI and tend to kill one. Because they diminish the amount of valuable activity between your staff and the community actually selling the product. That’s why its crucial to understand what the meeting is for, and why. There needs to be a

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Business man discussing a point during meeting
From The Editor's Desk

Does your meeting actually resolve issues? Does it clarify things for those attending? Or is it garbage? Meetings tend to cause a workflow disruption. They tend to be less interactive than the supervisors hope for, and often do not solve anything. Good meetings can happen. But the majority could be

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Blog Posts

When sports franchises reach out to their group leaders for sales, they do so in a silo setting. The majority of group buys are the largest sales, yet carry with them some of the most silent advocates of the entire sports brand. Because of that silence, and the way that

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From The Editor's Desk

Interviewing young college students can tell you a lot about how the majority of people interview in general. Because, even though we get a tad smoother, frankly, we don’t change much. We tend to rely a lot on the investment of education and job experience to sell ourselves in an

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Blog PostsSportstao Industry Posts

Are you meeting with your sales staff just to meet? On subjects which could have been messaged out through an e-mail or narrowed down to a few, specific people? Instead, you chose to call everyone together, each morning or week, just to meet for an hour. As if everyone has

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