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The Corporate PowerPoint Template Is a Barrier between Sales Professionals and Their Prospects!

“I tell them to stop using the corporate template.  It just puts up another barrier between the sales person and the prospect.”

“Wait.  I’ve never heard it said that way before.  I’ve told people not to use templates because they detract from the presentation’s message.  I’ve never heard someone say that the template puts up a barrier.”

“Yeah, it’s just more me, me, me about the company doing the selling instead of focusing on the prospect and their needs.  Templates put up a barrier between the …

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Webinar Polling – It’s Not Just for Pretending that You’re Interacting with the Audience Anymore!

Some of you youngsters reading this may not remember the days before online.  But for us old folks, I remember attending my first WebEx event.  The instructor had us take a cheesy poll, I forget about what.  Except back then, it was such a “gee whiz” thing – to be listening on a conference call line and seeing the same screen as people across the country – that we didn’t mind the cheesy poll.

The technology and the vendors have expanded since I was first exposed to WebEx.  Yet many …

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