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Jobs are at a 14-Year High

Why_Millenials_Quit_Sales_JobsWhat have you been reading lately? There's so much content published every week that a person can never read it all themselves. That's why we're here, bringing you the weekly wrap up.

Here are the five articles that piqued our interest:

1. Jobs are at a 14-year high {USA Today}

The number of job openings in the US has surged to a 14-year high… shifting the power from potential employers to applicants. This is a good time for sales managers to take our brand and connect course and focus on the suggested action steps to get more attention from top applicants.

2. Customer value optimization {Digital Marketer}

This flow chart and blog post show Digital Marketer's path to purchase. It's a neat way to think about what to do after each step.

3. There's no such thing as time management {John Maxwell}

You can't manage your time. Instead, you have to manage yourself. John Maxwell offers an interesting formula to determine your priorities.

4. The 1% innovation solution {Strategy+Business}

Focus 99% of the time on the things your business unit knows how to do, and save 1% for innovation.

5. How to stop being foolish and grow wise {Leadership Freak}

Meet with skillful people every chance you get. Talk with top-of-line salespeople. Ask yourself what they do better than anyone else.

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