ENTREQUEST LAUNCHES FIRST LINE OF PRODUCTS
BALTIMORE, MD (5/17/12) – As a result of recent, marked growth,
Baltimore-based entreQuest (eQ) today announced it is launching its first
product line, the eQ Sales Effect™ DVDs and accompanying workbook-style
manual. entreQuest helps its clients grow regardless, by providing high-level
strategic planning, specialized training programs for sales teams, and
personalized leadership coaching.
Each day entreQuest is dedicated to living through their mission: creating a
movement and inspiring CEOs and entrepreneurs to build mission driven, high
growth companies. It is this mission that drove eQ to create a suit of
scalable business growth products using proven growth strategies and
The eQ Sales Effect program includes a six disc DVD set, which teaches
client-facing professionals how to deliver value to clients. The D... (more)
If your sales team looks great on paper, but can’t seem to produce the
concrete results you know they are capable of, maybe they need to “take
I don’t mean taking a break, but doing an internal check to see if they are
holding themselves back with five common–and usually hidden–weaknesses.
I’ve seen these crop up in even the most seasoned, experienced teams out
there. Thankfully, once your team becomes aware of these dynamics, they are
easy to fix. But if your team doesn’t invest the time and introspection to
catch themselves in the act, as it were, these weaknesses can ha... (more)
There are a lot of stories in the news right now about individuals getting
caught up in different lies: Manti Te’o and Lance Armstrong just to name a
Obviously, I’m a firm believer in always telling the truth—especially in
business. It’s not always the easiest thing to do, but since when is
“easy” the aim? And let’s face it, none of us are perfect.
So, what really matters? Our heart. Our hustle. Our humility.
Our heart is our willingness to FIND A WAY, to make the tough decisions in
the face of extreme adversity. Lance failed here. Some of you might argue
that La... (more)
I’ve read a lot of books about business over the years. As a broad
generalization, they fall into two categories: those based on objective study
of data (think Good to Great) and those based on more subjective
interpretations of personal experience (say, Think and Grow Rich).
Data-based books offer the comfort of assurance that “this is how things
are,” but can leave the reader wondering what to actually do to activate
the insights. Alternatively, the firsthand books make it clear what the
author did, but leave readers not at all confident they will have the same
I ... (more)
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