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Perception Doesn’t Have to Be Reality

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We need to be more proactive in dealing with our channel’s negative perception. On Aug. 25, SHOWTIME aired the first episode On Becoming a God in Central Florida, starring Kirsten Dunst. The series is set in a small town near Orlando in 1992, and Dunst plays Krystal Stubbs, a minimum-wage water park employee, who lies,…

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Q&A with Kindra Hall

Kindra Hall

It’s the Stories that Matter Most. Recognizing the power of story through person to person connections. SOMETIMES YOU FIND A JOB, and sometimes a career finds you. This was the case with noted speaker and author Kindra Hall. Her expertise is in strategic storytelling—helping people in using story to captivate their audience, influence behavior, and,…

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Lessons for Motivating A Volunteer Salesforce

Direct selling companies and non-profit organizations face a similar dilemma: How to motivate a salesforce made up of volunteers. These salesforces do not have quotas like typical sales teams. Their sales leaders have no hire or fire authority. Yet they have both been successful in aligning sales goals and motivating growth. How do they do it?…

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Lessons for Motivating A Volunteer Salesforce

Direct selling companies and non-profit organizations face a similar dilemma: How to motivate a salesforce made up of volunteers. These salesforces do not have quotas like typical sales teams. Their sales leaders have no hire or fire authority. Yet they have both been successful in aligning sales goals and motivating growth. How do they do it?…

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‘One team, one dream’

John Addison spent 35 years in the corporate offices of one of the world’s largest direct selling companies, Primerica Inc., most recently serving as Co-CEO. Since his retirement, he wrote the best-selling book Real Leadership: 9 Simple Practices for Leading and Living with Purpose, and he now serves as president and CEO of Addison Leadership Group.…

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