Wes Schaeffer is The Sales Whisperer ®, a ruthlessly pragmatic entrepreneur, sales trainer, copywriter, and speaker who believes marketing is just selling in print. A graduate of the Air Force Academy, he spent 5 years on active duty with assignments in South Korea and the Middle East, among others.
The mere thought of renting your home can be a daunting task, the good news is it doesn't have to be. While there are dozens of ways to successfully rent your house, these are five brilliant hacks I've used to successfully fill a vacancy. In general the home rental process can be simple and effective, or a difficult and time consuming and even costly if you don’t prepare. Like many of you, I have ...[Read More]
Jim Perkins is an Army officer and the founder of Military Mentors. He is a nerd at heart who currently lives in Washington, DC with his wife while attending business school. He is passionate about leader development, solving problems and leaving the world around him better than he found it.
Nate Scott's personal mission is to live each day principle-centered based upon biblical teachings, to be a person of value and personal influence. He specializes in teaching people how to think versus what to think about living a rich life. As a West Point graduate, military veteran, and former financial professional with graduate financial degrees from George Washington and Georgetown Universi ...[Read More]
Like many, you might have a stigma associated with military recruiters. Ceaseless phone calls, high pressure sales, and four letter words may come to mind when these guys call asking for you or someone you know in attempt to “recruit” them. I had the opportunity to serve as a Marine Corps recruiter for the last nine years, I supervised recruiters for the majority of that time. Our mission is to ...[Read More]
As I write this post just three weeks into the new year, most people have already given up on their new year’s resolutions. Could it be that their goals were too lofty or unrealistic? Perhaps most goals are not specific enough. Investing the time to be precise, and creating a plan to reach your goals is the first step. I like to use the acronym S.M.A.R.T. while formulating my goals and a strategy ...[Read More]
My first “real” job I had was when I was 15 years old with a local computer software company. I was a telemarketer tasked to sell CRM products. My supervisor noticed I was having trouble getting people interested in the product on the phone. Realizing I was struggling, he gave me a book that changed my life. It was Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People. While I don’t recall wheth ...[Read More]
You’re in line at your favorite restaurant one day and out of the blue you recognize a familiar face. In walks the person who has the power to change everything about your life, your sanity, your income; it’s your dream job gatekeeper. It’s time to make a solid first impression…but you don’t.