Monday, July 25, 2011

Early National Day presents for sales and marketing professionals.

Have nothing else better to do? Reading our past blog entries more or less in order will make for an amazingly interesting experience, just saying. You can actually see us improving from post to post. It's pretty similar to the product cycle of introduction-growth-maturity-decline in the study of marketing, and you can see exactly when we started heading to the decline route. Right now, we're doing everything to resuscitate this blog and stabilize it in the maturity plane. Thank the heavens we haven't encountered a problem yet (or do you think we should have encountered a problem and just didn't notice it?)

Anyway, since our editors didn't request for a specific write-up today, we're free to ramble just about anything. Since we have the habit of going back to the contents of our archives every time we need motivation and inspiration, we ended up with the decision of following up "Securing business in Today's economy" the lone update for July 2009 for today. Obviously, we're not yet the ones moderating this blog, hence the lack of talkativeness during this time. But here's the thing: we resolved that we should also include 2008 and the 1st half of 2009 into our trackbacks, so there. We're control freaks like that, but we're sure you've grown to like that character of ours.

Anyway (again), this post is simply promoting a seminar by JobsDB Learning (the older version, where it and Career Events haven't been merged yet), and for those with sales jobs and marketing jobs who are still interested, the good news is, you guys can still sign up to receive this seminar's brand of lessons in sales! This seminar happens to be a fruit of a lasting partnership and as such, is a regular offering at

To be anchored by professional trainer, Sandra Sandu-Reeves, the latest installment of Winning and Retaining Clients is scheduled to be held on August 5. Sign your name to the attendance list now because all payments are expected to be made before the commencement of the workshop. For more information, please contact at 6861 1000 or email to

Career Advice
is also a good place to find resources for sales professionals. We specially recommend these articles:

How to Handle Difficult Customers?

Master the Way You Use Your Voice