Jim Blasingame

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Jim Blasingame discusses the challenges Founders have in seeking perfection when they should be delegating to people who can achieve excellence.
Jim Blasingame warns about Availability Cascade, when people talk about something that wasn’t going to happen so much that they cause it to happen, and how current talk of a recession is an example.
Jim Blasingame reveals the power in professional salespeople acquiring the discipline to shut up enough to let the prospect/customer do most of the talking, including a new acronym: SULS.
Jim Blasingame reveals the power of being a professional sales closer, which means you’re always closing, from the first contact to the contract.
Jim Blasingame reveals the three words terrorism hates and why the global small business sector is one of our best defenses against terrorism.
Jim Blasingame reflects on the fact that one evil person can do more damage than many good people, unless those good people work together.
Jim Blasingame reveals how Labor Day got started in 19th-century America and asks why there still is no national holiday for the real heroes of the U.S. economy, small businesses.
Jim Blasingame asks those politicians who espouse that we should create a socialist system in America how they’re going to create, maintain and grow jobs and wages with their system.
Jim Blasingame reveals that in The Age of the Customer, before customers know if you’re competitive, they want to know if you’re relevant to them.
Jim Blasingame reveals why customers decide to leave or stay with a business, and it’s not about your price, product or service. At least not at first.