In this interview, really part of a series, we ask what makes an entrepreneurs tick? We ask about the things that make a difference in their lives. We hear about how they run their company and sometimes the personal things that were important milestones in their lives.
This one of our ongoing series of interviews on what executives have learned in life. Jill Konrath shared the 5 Most Important Things she has Learned in Business and Life with personal stories from her early days in sales.
She covers an early failure that nearly stopped her in the first few months of her sales career.
This is one of a series of programs on SLMA and CRM Radio about the 5 Most Important Things in Business and Life that people we respect have learned. Kevin Joyce's interview turned inward and more personal than many. The host is Jim Obermayer.
What has driven some people to accomplish so much? Have you ever wondered how some people have become so smart? Did they make the mistakes you made? In this interview we ask Kevin Joyce, CMO of the Pedowitz Group to tell us the about the five things he has learned in business and life. His answers surprised me and I think they will surprise you also. He talked about:
1. How he came believe in Carpe Diem because of a death of a close friend.
We hope you will join us for today's line up of guests including: Katie Bullard from DiscoverOrg, Paul Peterson of Goldmine, Ashley Asue, Endurance Sales and we end the day with Dennis Drogseth of EMA
"Listening is important," said Lars Helgeson, founder of GreenRope, but when he listened to people saying that what he wanted to do was impossible, he heard an entirely different messages from them.
In this interview with Lars Helgeson, CEO and Founder of GreenRope, Helgeson discusses what he learned from listening, rejection, over-coming resistance, and why he needed to build partnership with employees as well as the external partnerships so important in building a business.
He also discusses the value of becoming an author and the lessons he learned in the process. Basically it seems Lars learned to walk the talk which has brought him success and satisfaction. This is one in a series of executive interviews on the most important things in business and life.
About Lars Helgeson
Lars Helgeson has been in the Internet marketing space since 2000, when he co-founded one of the world's first email service providers, CoolerEmail. As a pioneer in responsible email marketing, he grew CoolerEmail to a global software company specializing in marketing communication with over 1,500 clients. In 2010, after spending several years designing and implementing a more comprehensive way to meet the needs of small and mid-sized businesses, he launched GreenRope.
I n 2017, Lars published CRM For Dummies, part of the globally acclaimed "For Dummies" series of books.
GreenRope is a company built around providing exceptional value to our customers. In the past 16 years, we have evolved from being one of the first email marketing service providers to being the only Complete CRM on the market. Combining sales, marketing, and operations in to a single platform, GreenRope inspires collaboration with your clients, vendors, and employees and we live this collaborative culture, listening to people like you to build what YOU want to run your business.
Being a success is seldom an accident in the lab, it is hard work, and learning from your mistakes and success over time. In this interview with, Dave Kreiger we learn what has driven this admitted introvert to be successful in a very competitive business.