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In hindsight, it sounds a little crazy deciding to create a virtual summit from scratch in less than just two months. Add to it the fact that nobody on our marketing team has ever hosted anything like...

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Many founders lose confidence when they meet with investors. On the quest for validation, their entrepreneurial courage goes right out the window. Founders often believe that investors have all the power,...

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There’s no perfect way to run a remote company, but there are a few things you can do to build a vibrant and successful team. We started Close.io as a semi-remote company. There were six of us in a little...

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Leaders like to communicate strength. In good times and bad, they project confidence almost by default. Whether they’re founders, CEOs, or sales managers, they operate as if they’re powered by unending...

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When we started doing Close.io team retreats, there wasn’t much planning involved. For the first three years, our entire company consisted of six people. We’d travel to another city—all six of...

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Let me start with the bad news: When it comes to inside sales, you’re going to spend less time with your prospects on the golf course and more time using technology. What is inside sales? Inside sales...

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If you want your inside sales team to reach their quotas and feel motivated to crush it every single day, there’s one thing you should embrace: Competition. I’m not talking about the competition between...

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When you’re running a services business, it’s easy to set yourself up for failure. Unscalable sales processes, unsustainable pricing models, and bad contracts can all spell doom for the future of...

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So your sales team isn’t selling. But your incentives and commission rates are friendly, you went through the right hiring processes, your salespeople all have great track records, the product they’re...