Best Of 2014

Why “Best Of”?  Because it’s not a one-way street of communication.  Yes, we think all of our content is the best there is out there, but not everything resonates equally for everyone.  Some topics spark discussions, and that’s the best kind of dialogue.  Add to the comments and join the discussion. So here ya have it.  A Sales Guy Recruiting’s “Best Of” 2014.  Each complete with tweet able quotes.  Enjoy and tweet away!

A Sales Guy Recruiting’s 10 Best Blog Posts of 2014

1. Have You KISS'ed Your Business Lately? [bctt tweet=”Don’t accept failure, rather expect success.”]   2.2 [bctt tweet=”Talent sourcing is more than just managing your pipeline, it’s also attracting the right talent via social media.”]   3. 3 [bctt tweet=”Getting comfortable making people uncomfortable is hard. It’s not in most of our DNA, but it’s critical in the hiring realm.”]   4. 4 [bctt tweet=”The purpose of a cover letter is to sell the employer on you. It’s you marketing collateral. Make sure it sells you well.”]   5. 5 [bctt tweet=”Referrals are active participants in your success, either as a person or as a company.”]   6. 6 [bctt tweet=”Sales reps who don’t have determination will lose more deals, turn over more often, and will be less reliable in the end.”]   7. 7 [bctt tweet=”Not filling sales positions faster, and more efficiently has a real cost. “]   8. 8 [bctt tweet=”Walking away from revenue is never easy.”]   9. 9 [bctt tweet=”Remember there are great questions and dumb questions, but there is nothing worse than no questions at all.”]   10. 10 [bctt tweet=”Do due diligence on the company: There is obviously no better place to find information on a company than their own website.”]  


Keenan is A Sales Guy Inc’s CEO/President and Chief Antagonist. He’s been selling something to someone for his entire life. He’s been teaching and coaching almost as long. With over 20 years of sales experience, which he’ll tell you he doesn’t give a shit about, Keenan has been influencing, learning from and shaping the world of sales for a long time. Finder of the elephant in the room, Keenan calls it as he sees it and lets nothing or no one go unnoticed.