Making a Memorable First Impression when Networking

So a story got relayed to me by my friend Sam Baugh from the Provo LDS Employment Resource Center about a piece of advice I gave about networking. I talk a lot about networking with people at Employment Centers around Utah so to hear that someone used what I had to say and had a […]

How Employers Hire New Candidates

In last weeks post I talked about How People Buy Stuff. This process is incredibly important when thinking about how potential employers look at candidates for a new position. While we may like to think about the hiring process being a different process than how we buy a soda, at the root of it all […]

How People Buy Stuff

Whenever I work with a client whose immediate perceived (I wish I had more time to go into this) need is “I need more sales,” I start by asking “how are your customers buying things now?” This gets into a conversation of current Point of Sale (i.e. websites,  store locations, in-home visits, etc.) and marketing […]