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Here in the United States, we gather on February 7 for Super Bowl LV.

Bah, humbug.

If I haven’t upset you yet, keep reading.

I never use male sports metaphors to tell stories because I simply do not understand the rules–and have too many other hobbies to invest time to learn them.

For today, I’ll break my own rules by sharing an attention-grabbing story about one of my fellow 100 Coaches members, Curtis Martin.

Curtis, an NFL Hall of Famer and top running back, once reveled in the “work hard, play hard” lifestyle….

It’s no coincidence that the term ‘ROI’ has grown in use and importance over the last few years.

I love discovering fresh ideas that can help B2B marketers can align more tightly with Sales. Our guest blogger of the month, Lisa Magnuson, describes the power of “Win Themes.” Her clients have experienced success with this model.

Keep reading, and be sure to download the Win Themes tool.

Book_Cover_Rainmaking Do you ever feel like your sales conversations don’t go as well as you would have liked? Perhaps you have walked out of an important meeting saying, “I could be doing something better, but I’m not sure what.”

No matter what you’re selling—technology, professional services, or other high-priced B2B solutions–at some point you have conversations with buyers. Much selling success is determined here. Over the past 28 years I’ve seen too many sales people, B2B business leaders, and professionals struggle to create sales conversations, build earnest rapport uncover needs, create enthusiasm with the prospect, and ultimately win business. Many of us make the same mistakes over and over again and we lose more sales than we should.

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