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Weekly Roundup: Ways You're Projecting Insecurity Over Email + More

email-sales-enablementWe hope you've had a great week! It's Friday, and today we're sharing what we've been reading online this week! Here are our "best" from around the web.

9 Ways You're Projecting Insecurity Over Email  Hubspot

Insecurity is poison to a sales relationship. If your prospect picks up on any anxiety or self-doubt, they’ll lose respect for you -- and more importantly, they won’t believe your recommendations are valuable. So what can you do to project confidence? One of the easiest areas to tackle is in your email communication

Why Struggling in Sales Means You're Winning  Selling Power

How many times have you told yourself sales is too hard or that you must be doing something wrong because you’re struggling to make sales? Struggle is a good thing. It causes you to either grow or stay fixed in your struggle. Which will you choose? 

A Step-by-Step Guide to Setting Up and Growing Your YouTube Presence — Moz

When was the last time you saw a video on YouTube? I bet you've seen one today. YouTube is too huge and too popular for marketers to ignore. If you don't have a YouTube channel, now's the time to start one. This article will take you through the process of setting up your YouTube presence, listing steps, tools, and important tips to get you started and moving forward.

Three Ways To Let Someone Know They Dropped The Ball  Forbes

As sales managers and leaders, having conversations with employees that show appreciation for the value they create can be fun and rewarding. But, telling employees—people you truly like and care about—that they aren’t performing up to your expectations can be extremely difficult. Cover your bases before those tough conversations with tips from this post.

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