(Quick note: this post was originally a quick rant for my climber friends on Facebook, but has since gotten much more exposure than that. I’m leaving it in it’s original form for historical reasons, but keep in mind–the sarcasm is heavy. The hyperbole is there to make a point. I hope it starts and continues […]
Okay, not your whole sales team, but you’ll see my point. What Not to Do A common thought that’s been in my head recently is the effectiveness of the old-school style of sales tactics. Think this guy:
Just wanted to say a quick thanks. I got really excited when my analytics went from this: To this:
I finally got some time to put together a response to my first post (here)! I’ve been thinking about it a lot, so here goes. The last thing I wrote in that first post was a question: How do tech and other non-product-based companies become “responsible”? My buddy Steven Case gave an insightful response, saying […]
(This is the first of many posts giving props to local/online/other businesses.) Today, we give props. Today’s props are going out to: RJ & G Automotive in Raleigh, NC and 1aAuto.com They’re combined efforts helped my car go from this: To this: And all for 1/12th the original quoted price!
I’ve been putting off writing my first post for a while, but I finally found something worth writing about. FYI, I plan on writing shorter, more frequent posts, so this won’t be long. What inspired me was the book I’m reading. It’s called “The Responsible Company: What We’ve Learned From Patagonia’s First 40 Years” by Yvon […]
Okay! Finally moved to WordPress and updated to the latest version (which was a longer process than it should have been cuz I had to manually set up the FTP to add the WP files..), so I’ll be adding my first post here in a second!