Originally published by me on the HubSpot Blog. We’ve all heard it before. You’re deep in conversation or on a demo, being sold to, and the sales rep asks you, “Does that make sense?” You quickly agree, “Absolutely!” But what you’re really thinking is, “I have no idea what you’re

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Originally written by me for Inc. The first step to selling your product starts not only with vision, but communicating vision effectively. Vision is theraison d’etre of your company or product. It is the lifeblood of what you sell, whether or not you use it in your sales cycles today.

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Check out my latest on The Huffington Post, titled The Six Gateways of Sales. The topic is a very brief outline for my first book I plan to release in 2016 entitled Gateway Drugs. The Six Gateways cover each “gateway,” and a method for traversing them. They are: Vision = Alignment Validation = Trust

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By Jared Fuller Every founder, HR manager and recruiting director has experienced the horrors of a bad hire. What’s so difficult to fix is that more often than not, the failure has little to do with the candidate and a lot more to do with the process. It’s hard to admit when

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Originally drafted by me and posted on Las Vegas Hiring at JobHive.com. With roughly 40,000,000 annual Las Vegas  visitors coming for the pretty lights and poor decisions, most people don’t get to hear about Vegas’ insane job growth. If you didn’t know, the Las Vegas economy is exploding. Back in May of this

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Vegas is Beautiful. I just got done with LIB 14 and as usual it was full of all the beautiful food, art, and music that it came with in year one, even better in it’s second year. And of course, all the weirdness – like water slides on top of the Western.

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Social Recruiting Meets Video originally published by Jared Fuller on JobHive.com As a Co-Founder of JobHive, I get the frequent opportunity to share my passion for HR, recruiting, and finally making that process more human. I have not, however, had the opportunity to share some of our results with everyone.

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