Yep, it’s that time. The last day of May…
…so I’ve got a round-up for you of some of the most interesting
Finance/Accounting articles I’ve seen this month.
(+ a link to a clever cartoon about Accounting Superheroes from
The New Yorker).
Thought you might find them informative (and entertaining!)
so here they are…
Forget About Learning to Code — To Get Rich in Tech, Become … Read More »
Ah, technology. Friend and foe.
And eater of e-mails.
We were down on Thursday and Friday —
— website AND email system.
So if you tried to get in touch or submit your resume, nope, we didn’t get it.
We’re so sorry about that. We’ve righted our tech wrongs, and we’re back on track.
If you need to get in touch, … Read More »
In sales? Then you’ve got to know these shocking statistics (and more): 80% of sales are made on the fifth to twelfth contact…but 48% of sales people never follow up beyond the first contact.
Let me tell you about my morning: I have four kids and NONE of them wanted to go to school today. There were tears, there were tirades, school buses were missed. I was half an hour late for work and when I arrived, I asked my boss if he had any whiskey stashed in a drawer somewhere. He did not. It’s been a very disappointing morning.
Let me tell you about my week: NOTHING worked. I’m trialling new email service providers and I’m not happy with any of them. That’s good information (time to move on!), sure, but it takes a lot of woman-hours to test them out…uploading contacts, segmenting, drafting new campaigns, testing, testing, testing, sending, sending, sending, failing, failing, failing.
Let me tell you about my month: see above. It’s basically the same story.
So: A lot of activity, very little achievement. Or so it seems. There is, of course, an antidote…and here it is.
Enthusiasm, energy, people-skills, charm. Yep, it takes a special breed to be a great salesperson…so maybe your next hire should be a dog.