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S. Anthony Iannarino
Works at Capital University School of Management & Leadership
Attended Harvard Business School
Lives in Westerville, Ohio
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These are some of the reasons your sales force isn't working. To improve these, eliminate these reasons as much as possibly can.
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Objective data is good at telling its part of the story. But the subjective mind is even better at telling its part of the story. You are wise to use both.
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I often get asked where I do my research on various marketing automation and digital marketing topic...
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The Ultimate List of Digital Marketing Technology Blogs http://revengineinsider.com/top-marketing-technology-blogs/
I often get asked where I do my research on various marketing automation and digital marketing topic...
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There are cases where automating human interactions may be a good decision. If you sell b2b, eliminating the human connection destroys customer intimacy.
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Automating is not #socialselling
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Focus on what’s right. Do more of what is working.
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Context matters. All generalizations are lies (even this one). Absolutes are principle-based, and tactics are contextual.
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Do what is right, not what is easy. Walk your talk. Start practicing what you preach.
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Here are 5 shortcuts for salespeople. Fast is slow. Slow is fast.
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I like the idea about focusing more on your dream, or best prospects. Making massive amounts of aimless attempts seems to take a lot of time and produces questionable results.
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If you don’t love selling, then you aren’t going to do well. And you probably shouldn’t be working sales. Maybe you aren't a salesperson.
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Is what you are doing worth the time you are spending on it now?
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B2B Sales and Marketing
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  • Capital University School of Management & Leadership
    Adjunct Faculty, 2008 - present
  • B2B Sales Coach & Consultancy
    Managing Director, 2006 - present
  • SOLUTIONS Staffing
    President & Chief Sales Officer, 1993 - present
  • Olsten Services
    Account Executive, 1990 - 1992
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Westerville, Ohio
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Columbus, Ohio - Brentwood, CA - Dearborn, MI
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Introduction

I am the President and Chief Sales officer for SOLUTIONS Staffing, a best-in-class regional staffing service based in Columbus, Ohio. We provide light industrial, clerical, accounting, and scientific staffing solutions for our clients who need a higher-caliber employee, and the highest levels of service.

I am also the Managing Director of B2B Sales Coach & Consultancy, a boutique sales coaching and consulting company where I work to help salespeople and sales organizations improve and reach their full potential.

I also work as an adjunct faculty member at Capital University’s School of Management and Leadership. I teach Personal Selling in the undergraduate program, and I teach Persuasive Marketing and Social Media Marketing in the MBA program.

Education
  • Harvard Business School
    Business, 2002 - 2005
  • Capital University Law School
    Juris Doctorate, 2000 - 2002
  • Capital University
    Political Science and English Literature, 1997 - 2000
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