I spend a lot of time on Twitter and this is my way of trying to capture what some of the best things I’ve tweeted recently.
In this round of Top Tweets I found some cool links on traveling around the world, talk about sales strategies, explore “awesome” web apps, affirm the power of mini-projects, and find that 4.2M isn’t eff-you money.
“Things I’ve Learned from Traveling Around the World for Three Years” http://j.mp/cIKxyM // Makes you want to drop everything & travel… | 8/24/10 8:52 AM
Sometimes, even prospects who perfectly fit your target customer profile will hesitate in buying. Learn how to turn up the heat. #sales | 8/24/10 11:32 AM
Incredible. RT @DerekeFlanzraich For $10/month, a real person will call you and tell you you’re awesome. http://bit.ly/bVo82R | 8/24/10 1:22 PM
“Rapid prototyping as burnout antidote” http://j.mp/cDEUWh by @yegg // Great way to keep life fun/interesting in general | 8/24/10 8:29 AM
Turns out that eff-you money is more than you think. @webwright crunches the numbers: http://bit.ly/amp8Bf /via @ddn | 8/23/10 12:57 PM
If you liked these tweets, you should follow me on Twitter: @jasonshen
Read a great post on how a salesman turned around a client who HATED his company into the deal that changed his life. (He wrote 2 handwritten notes a week for 3 months, then worked 24 hrs straight to deliver when she gave him a job). But you got to read it for yourself.
Here is what he learned.
- Stay commited.
- Focus on Changing the Game.
- Be Sincere.
- Be Different.
- Risk being laughed at.
- Risk FAILURE every day.
- Write handwritten notes.
- And, most of all positive karma — or leave what you are doing.
- Develop Entreprenurial Improvisation.