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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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Question any advice that suggests you can produce excellent results without having to work on the outer limits of your comfort zone. Bad advice sounds nice.
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When what your client needs changes, your value proposition needs to change. Ask yourself this, “What value can we deliver that makes us worth paying for?”
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Did you show up as the very best version of yourself today? 
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If you are driving, please don’t send text messages. There is no message so important that you can’t wait until you stop to send it.
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Same thing happened to me about 4 years ago. Woman driving a SUV hit  me while I was stopped at a traffic light.

We get so caught up in our instant communication that it is difficult to ignore the pings and bells. Better to put the phone in the back seat while you drive. 
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You can grow older without ever really growing up or waking up, and you can grow older without developing the ability to take another's position.
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You don't determine whether or not you are a trusted advisor. That is only something your clients decide for themselves.
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If your sales cycle is longer than it needs to be (or if your pipeline is shallow), ask yourself which of these three fundamentals you aren’t practicing.
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These are self-limiting beliefs. They will massively reduce your success and your happiness.
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Follow the old school rules. Old school rules.
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I like the way you have laid it out Anthony, but I also think that the client and the circumstance should dictate how to follow through. I'd like to think of it as old school meets new school for a winning strategy. 
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Clients aren’t an abstraction. If you want to improve your performance, go feel what it is like to deal with the concrete reality of serving your clients.
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Sometimes isn’t a good model. If an outcome is important, consistency is what will generate that result.
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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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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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