Category Archives for "Sales Tip of the Day"

Are You Putting Yourself First? (The One Thing That We Rarely Do as CEOs and Founders)

By Scott Sambucci | June 4, 2019

You push and you push to make your startup grow. But are you thinking about the effects you’re having on yourself and your people? Every startup founder deals with the same issue. You get the business off the ground and you start pushing. The push becomes a constant thing that ingrains itself into your culture. […]

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The Reality of the Distance: The Long F&cking Road Ahead – Startup Lesson #3 from the Bryce Canyon 100

By Scott Sambucci | June 4, 2019

[This article is part of a series in which I’m sharing my Startup Lessons Learned from a 100-mile ultramarathon I completed in Bryce Canyon, UT. Check out:  Post #1: Starting the Journey: From Excitement to Reality – Startup Lesson #1 from the Bryce Canyon 100 Post #2: Knowing What’s Ahead Makes It Even Tougher – Startup Lesson […]

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Knowing What’s Ahead Makes It Even Tougher – Startup Lesson #2 from the Bryce Canyon 100

By Scott Sambucci | June 3, 2019

[This article is part of a series in which I’m sharing my Startup Lessons Learned from a 100-mile ultramarathon I completed in Bryce Canyon, UT. In my life as a runner, a sales coach and an entrepreneur, I continuously see parallels and lessons that I feel are important to share with you, the startup CEO, […]

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Starting the Journey: From Excitement to Reality – Startup Lesson #1 from the Bryce Canyon 100

By Scott Sambucci | May 27, 2019

[This article is part of a blog post series in which I’m sharing my Startup Lessons Learned from a 100-mile ultramarathon I completed in Bryce Canyon, UT. Over the next couple of weeks, I’ll share my lessons learned in these posts and on The Startup Selling Podcast. In my life as a runner, a sales […]

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Intelligent Pricing (And How Your Pricing Strategy Might be Killing Your Business)

By Scott Sambucci | May 24, 2019

In a recent podcast, we spoke to Patrick Campbell about how to create a pricing strategy. This article summarizes some of his most important points. As a new startup founder, you likely didn’t focus too much on your pricing strategy. In the beginning, any revenue was good revenue. You may not have even had a […]

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