|How often have
you or your organization changed direction, strategies, tactics, or
people assigned to the generation of sales and revenue only to find
that the results stayed the same?
If sales and revenue goals are not consistently achieved, and different
approaches have yet to produce the results you want, what is missing?
Even if the results are good, how do they then move from good to outstanding?
||Success in generating
sales and revenue often is right before us. Success is often hidden
much like typographical errors that escape a spell check, but once
seen, they seem obvious and easily corrected.
Only when the roadblocks to sales and revenue intentions are clear
can one access the type of thinking that ultimately causes consistent