How to Synchronize 2 Google Calendars

With the acquisition of my agency and now working as a partner on my new Salesforce partner, I have an issue where I’m running two G Suite accounts and now have 2 calendars to manage. My old agency account is still active to use for my publications and speaking – and the new account is for Highbridge. While I could share and see each calendar on the other, I also need to actually show times

Will Sales People Be Replaced By Robots?

After Watson became the Jeopardy champion, IBM teamed-up with the Cleveland Clinic to help physicians speed up and improve the accuracy rates of their diagnosis and prescriptions. In this case, Watson augments the skills of physicians. So, if a computer can help perform medical functions, surely it would seem that one could assist and improve the skills of a salesperson as well. But, will the computer ever replace sales personnel? Teachers, drivers, travel agents, and

12 Steps to Social Media Marketing Success

The folks at BIGEYE, a creative services agency, have put together this infographic to assist companies in developing a successful social media marketing strategy. I really love the breakout of the steps but I also empathize that many companies don’t have all the resources to accommodate the demands of a great social strategy. The return on building an audience into a community and driving measurable business results often takes longer than the patience of leaders

About Your Next Meeting

I’ve been thinking a lot about meetings recently. Seth’s post on annual company events inspired me to begin formulating this post. As a person with a business of one employee, I’ve got to be absolutely careful of how many meetings I attend that are non-revenue generating. Each day, I am invited to a meeting – typically a cup of coffee or a lunch. Much of the time, they’re professional relationships or even leads so it’s