HPIP is Leading the Way For Insulation Credential; Renewed Member; Members Continue to Use...
Middle-skill credentials are defined as non-degree credentials, or education and training that's "less than a baccalaureate." Research shows that the return on investment in earning such credentials is on the rise, and we all know there's a labor shortage at hand when it comes to skilled trades. Until recently, a meaningful credential just didn't exist for the insulation industry as a whole. But it's been a…
Why Marines Are the Best at Sales Sales Evolution
by Alex Archawski, Sales Evolution We recently celebrated the United State Marine Corps (USMC) birthday on Thursday, November 10th. The USMC are renowned for their toughness, courage and devastating effectiveness. They have swagger, confidence and hardness that caries with them for their entire life. I’ve been around many, while serving in the US Navy and throughout my career in sales. They are by far and away…
The Kiss of Death: Phrases and Questions that Will Kill Trust and Lose Sales Sales Evolution
In the information economy, the language and phrases you use will either advance your cause or cost you support, trust and sales. The following are my favorite annoying stereotypical phrases, statements and questions that will identify you as an amateur, narcissist, self-serving and company-centric salesperson. Some of the following are merely trite and others are very counterproductive in building trusting relationships “We want to help you…
AD member sales top $37 billion
AD reported record breaking sales in 2017 across 12 AD divisions of $37.3 billion Total company sales grew by 10 percent, while purchases from AD suppliers grew by 17 percent. Distributions to members were up 14 percent. On a same-store basis by industry, Electrical sales were up 10 percent; PHCP was up 9 percent; Industrial / PT were up 8 percent; and Building Materials was up 16 percent. By country, same-store sales in the U.S. grew 8 percent; Canada was up 9 percent…
Month-by-month guide to growing fruit and vegetables
Fruit and vegetables to plant in June by Alan Buckingham
Smart packaging to grow from $75 million to $1.45 billion in 10 years
New report suggests that printed electronics are the enabling technology that will propel a rapid growth in smart and intelligent packaging through...
How to Encourage Team Members to Lead
Guest post by Lindsay Traiman Leadership plays a vital role in every company. To have a successful business, it is important that every team member is prepared to step up and lead when necessary. F…
Why Is Apple Paying Amazon $30 Million a Month?
The tech giant is still running some of its cloud services on Amazon Web Services.
Why Some Church Members Don't Want Their Church to Grow
Simply put, church growth often means current members lose something because of the change. On this episode of the Rainer Report, we cover seven losses experienced when churches grow.
Why Church Members Don't Invite Others to Church
We cover a recent post here at the blog written by Chuck Lawless on why church members don't invite others to church
Why tech giants are putting billions into housing
The booming tech industry has pushed San Francisco house prices out of the reach of ordinary workers.
How Amazon Prime Members Can Basically Get Free Products
The site offers low-cost sample boxes that come with a promotional coupon of the same value, essentially cancelling out the cost.
Tips for the Future Care of Disabled Family Members
The new 529A savings account, special needs trusts and professional advice are among the tools that can make planning decades ahead less overwhelming.
How To Help A Family Member Or Friend Who Has Made An Adoption Plan
FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestE-mail This guest post is by Andrea, a birthmother. When I was pregnant and... [Read More...]
10 Traits of a Great Church Member
What kind of members does God use to build a great church As a pastor, I have noticed some trends among church people who help move the church forward. The following is a list of characteristics of those type of people. Not everyone will have every quality, but it’s the combination of each of them in people that builds a great church. Great church members: Believe and love God’s Word. Joshua 1:8 “Study this Book of the Law continually. Meditate on it day…
Are Your Members Small Business Owners? 10 Tips to Help Them Grow
10 tips coworking and workspace operators can share with their members to help take their small business to the next level.
How To Be A Terrible Team Member
Overview This training demonstrates the problem-causing behaviors some team members exhibit that tend to create problems in the office. These types of team members are negative, not helpful, and make working together difficult The course uses a narrative approach, and a comedy improv group to model the nine, terrible team member traits. This ranges from saying inappropriate things to team members, gossiping, and being negative. In…
Why Church Members Are Attending Less Frequently
A regular attender used to attend 2-3 times a week. Now it's 2-3 times a month. What's happened? We discuss today on the Rainer Report.
Honoring How Staff Members Bring Mosaic's Mission to Life
For more than 100 years, Mosaic's staff members, especially our direct support staff, have brought our mission to life.
How To Be a Bad Church Member
Ever wanted to set your church back and create an unhealthy culture? Here is a short list of things to do to: 1. Constantly point out what should be done, but never volunteer to actually do anythin…