Groundhog Day is recognized each year on February 2. It was originally adopted in the United States in 1887 by the editor of Philadelphia’s Punxsutawney Sprit, Clymer H. Freas. He decided to promote a groundhog as the town’s official meteorologist because as the story goes, when a groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil emerges from his den on a cloudy day and does not see his shadow, spring will come early! However, if it’s sunny outside and he does see his shadow, he retreats back into his den because the bitter cold of winter will persist for yet another six weeks. Continue reading “Shadowing Punxsutawney”
I wanted to learn how I could be explosive in the market…I knew I wanted to provide exceptional service, boast a quality product and, of course, make money in the process. Continue reading “Inclusion Matters”
Many people aren’t natural sales professionals, and for that reason, they often say they aren’t interested in sales jobs. Most think of sales as a job where you sell products to individuals, groups or organizations.
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