Monthly Archives: January 2020
Almost any state of tension can be expressed in the framework of the conflict model. The conflict model has at least three main advantages:First, we see the immediate problem with extreme clarity, and we understand “why” we are in the conflict.
Second, we significantly reduce the ever-growing irritation about conflict, and as much as possible keep negative emotions under control.
The third and most important advantage is that a correctly constructed conflict model automatically gives us the key to resolving it, and I will explain why this is so. Continue reading
COMMANDMENT # 1. BE GREEDY
All entrepreneurs want to increase sales. Those who don’t admit it are lying! In fact, they just want a big increase in sales! After all, you must agree, the question of sales growth is always worth it! And if this statement is easy enough to agree with, then difficulties arise when the second question arises. How? How to ensure sales growth? At this stage, entrepreneurs go all out and, regularly “running through the rake” of luring super-sellers and deep dumping, they understand that there can be only three effective solutions:
1. Increasing the number of contacts with clients, Continue reading