Outlook 200912

Or as someone told me yesterday: “Look Out its 2009!”


While it is easy to get caught up in the gloom and doom, it is easier to get involved in the type of activity that will help balance the realities of the market.

Many people with good intention are unfortunately fanning the flames of disperse by producing survival guides for the “recession” “slump”, etc. But rather than whole sales change, which hard at the best of time, one needs to focus on improving on what they already do well. In our monthly newsletter, also called The Pipeline, last month we wrote a lengthy piece on Selling in the NOW Economy. This month we document three companies and they are going about dealing with the current climate, in a piece called Outlook 2009. What you’ll find is that by putting a focus on the positives and their strength, many will not only survive but grow and refine the way they sell to achieve more and sell better in 2009, so their outlook is good. I hope yours is as well.

Sell Well,
Tibor Shanto – The Pipeline


  1. Troy Bingham - Sales Force Dialer

    I have been reading a lot of blogs today and it seems that there are two overwhelming themes.
    1. recap of last year
    2. next year is going to be hard.
    I don’t know if I am just an optomist or what, but I think next year is going to bring great opportunity to those who are looking for it. Sales will slow down so just make sure it is your competition’s sales…not yours. Keep your head up and make the best of it.


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