Is your sales salary expense exceeding $189M this year? If you’re the Yankees, the corresponding response is [yawn], “yes”. They will be paying the MLB luxury tax this year, as they do every year, for exceeding the League’s Salary Cap. To the Yankees fan in the stands, if you buy one of the forecasted 2 million hotdogs expected to be sold in 2014 at the stadium near the parking lot covering the House that Ruth Built, recovering that $25+M luxury tax bill could make those dirty water dogs a bit expensive. Even with free sauerkraut.
What are your plans this weekend? I’m asking because there’s something happening this weekend and you’ll probably want to know about it. Are you interested in making more money as an entrepreneur? Using social media to generate money out of “thin air”? Getting more sales, clients and profits faster and easier by using the Internet? Maybe not. But… … if so, CANCEL YOUR PLANS! You need to see this. Especially if you want to start stashing money in your pocketbook for the Holiday Season or achieving HUGE financial goals before the end of the year. Shanel Cooper-Sykes is holding another ENTREPRENEUR BOOTCAMP this weekend. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You can attend the sessions online and join other women from all over the world. If you already have a business retail, boutique, real-estate, insurance or an online business… the workshop could be what you’ve been looking for. She’s revealing 6 figure strategies. And if you don’t have a business, but want to make extra money on the side you can help by promoting. She’s talking about social media, money-multiplication and brand-building. She already has over 1 million views on YouTube, over 50,000 fans on Facebook… so she definitely knows her stuff. I know you have gifts and talents to share with the world. People will GLADLY pay you for it. Anyway, she’s offering a sneak peek right now & a bunch of free materials all week long! So before you decide, sign up and check it out. I think it will be worth it, if it helps you make $200, $500 or $10,000 over the next few weeks or months. Don’t you? Click on the link below and let me know what you think. https://scspublishing.infusionsoft.com/go/scsent/BEMORE
I got an offer for a very prestigous sales position, it’s basically $24K a year, which is obviously nothing. Here’s the thing, I have NO sales experience but they saw something in me and want to hire me. Here’s the thing though, they sent me an initial offer via email that stated $30K a year, then 5 minutes later they sent one that said $24K a year. Truth be told, they said $24K from the beginning. However, I don’t think $30K is unreasonable at all, that’s practically nothing! But I know they are taking a big risk on me so I don’t want them to rescind the offer or look at me differently or something.
I need a product to sell that is extremely high value with a good mark up.
I am a bloody monster and am more than capable of doubling a companys sales within a short time.
Any company directors who doubt this can e-mail me @ [email protected]
I will supply whatever info you require by e-mail.
This is not a joke so no time wasters.
Join us at the UW-Eau Claire Great Northwoods Sales Warm-Up, November 12-14, 2009, a regional sales competition for collegiate marketing students. The Warm-Up is a great opportunity for students to test their sales skills prior to heading south to the Kennesaw State National Sales Competition in Georgia. Because our competition is designed to help prepare students for nationals, competitors will receive one-on-one feedback from their judges after their sales presentations. When students arent competing, they can connect with corporate sponsors and recruiters at the career fair, attend a professional development workshop, tour the campus, or shop on Water Street. We have also planned several special events: the Great Northwoods Opener, Liberty Mutual Fun Night Dinner, Enterprise-Rent-A-Car Comedy Club, and a Saturday night Celebration Banquet.
It was almost my turn to be seen, then a pharmacy rep with lots of make up, came in with a delivery boy with food in hand, gave my doc some food, had a little discussion with her.
Then my doc came in , saw me for only 10 min, gave me a prescription, then she went back to eating the food.