How to Sell When Customers “Aren’t Buying”
It may be easy to sell food, masks and headsets in the current environment, but many small business owners in other niches are finding it’s not easy to keep sales percolating. So what do you do if you urgently need sales in a very small business right now? For ideas, I turned to Nigel Green, author of The Revenue Harvest who is now a solo sales strategy consultant for B2B companies. Read the article here.
4 Ways ‘Stretch Goals’ Can Bring Your Company Greater Gains A look at the importance of stretch goals & why you should be making them if you want larger, greater sales gains. It’s okay to take your goals, and stretch them. Read the full article here and look for more articles from Nigel as a regular contributor to The Business Journals.
The 1 Key Discipline All Great Leaders Have Mastered If you want to move your career or company forward, you have to know how to lead yourself and those around you. In this Inc. article, John Neemo sits down and interviews Evergreen’s CEO Nigel Green, who has spent the past few decades studying (and implementing) the key principles of leadership. Original article here. Also featured in Business Insider and the Business Journal.
The Unusual Interview Question A Top Team Builder Always Asks Top business growth and team building consultant Nigel Green shares his unusual (and effective) interview strategy in this Inc. article. In this interview, he shares his core philosophy of building a successful team inside your own company. Hyperlink/Article:https://www.inc.com/john-nemo/the-unusual-interview-question-a-top-team-builder-always-asks.html
The Surprising Secret Shared by Elite Entrepreneurs and Business Owners Evergreen CEO Nigel Green is featured in this Inc. article on the unvarnished truth about what it takes to be a high-level, ultra-successful entrepreneur or business owner. https://www.inc.com/john-nemo/what-being-locked-in-a-room-for-48-hours-with-high-level-entrepreneurs-taught-me.html
How to Lead a Difficult One-on-One If you’re having a conversation in your head about someone on your team, then it’s time to have the conversation with them. In this StoryBrand blog post, Nigel Green tells you how to have the hard conversations. Read the full article here.