Sales and marketing professionals suffer from information overload more than other industry teams.
Whether internal or external, from playing catch-up with current projects to meeting the challenge of learning new programs, time – and ironically, information – is your worst enemy.
There is seemingly never enough room in your schedule to complete necessary and meaningful career and revenue building initiatives.
And yet, there is always an abundance of information to digest.
The question I receive most often – in tweets, InMails, emails, phone, conversation – is, “How do I get started with Social Selling? Where do I begin?”
If only there were a CliffsNotes version of what’s important.
There is now.