Tony Gentilcore is a strength and conditioning coach, writer, and owner of CORE training studio in the Boston, Massachusetts area. You've probably seen his articles on sites like T-Nation.com, Menshealth.com, Bodybuilding.com, Stack.com, and more.Tony's casual writing style is equal parts wisdom and hilarious stream-of-consciousness. If you frequent his blog, you know that … [Read more...]
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What makes a good salesperson? Our CEO took some time in a recent team meeting to review the balance we try to encourage every member of our sales team to maintain.It's a balance that takes time to learn and years to master, but it takes only 3 words to sum it up: Polite and Persistent!First, you've got to be polite and enjoyable to talk to or spend time with. No one … [Read more...]
Our team is committed to “Start Small. Think Big. Go Deep,” so we love learning more about better goal setting for bigger returns. In a recent episode of Freakonomics “Big Returns from Thinking Small,” Owain Service and Rory Gallagher talk about thinking small for big returns.They are proponents of taking your long-term goals and breaking them down into small achievable … [Read more...]
Everybody worries to some extent. That's just human nature. However, it's how we respond when those thoughts enter our mind that determines a lot.Really, there are two options: You can be controlled by your thoughts, or you can control your thoughts.Think about all the ways we can get in our own head:Did I make a good first impression? Was starting this … [Read more...]
In a recent team meeting, our CEO shared his notes from Steve Blank's book, The Four Steps to the Epiphany: Successful Strategies for Products that Win.Here's what stood out to us:Learn how to focus on clients over the product. In the early stages of a startup, focusing solely on “execution” will put you out of business. Instead, you need a “learning and discovery” … [Read more...]