It was told that you should never try and name your own company yourself. You cannot be objective enough to come up with the perfect company name. I thought about this, and decided to look into it further. It seemed ludicrous to me that a stranger could have a better feel about your eventual company name than you could.
I accept that they would have more experience in this field, but your company is ‘your baby’ and most probably was formed from ‘gut instinct’. I say use that `gut instinct’ and have a shot at naming your own company yourself. It’s FREE, and all it will cost you is a bit of time.
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I would like share the Ninja Sales MASTER Strategy to all my reader.
MASTER is an acronym for:
M:eet People (preparation, prospecting, positioning)
A:sk Questions (probing/interviewing/ needs analysis/investigating)
S:ell Benefits (presentation and persuasion)
T:ackle Objections (objection handling and negotiation)
E:ncourage to Buy (closing)
R:elationship Building (follow-up and service)
There are two things to MASTER in S:elling benefits – design and delivery. Design is the structure of the presentation. Delivery is the skill to persuade the buyer to buy.
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Any organization that experiences high turnover, especially persistent high turnover, tends to spend a lot of time, money and resources training personnel and getting new hires up to speed. We tend to get attached to those who come through our ranks and make training, quality expectation, and management easy.
If we are not careful, we may tend to grow attitudinal towards those who “make our job harder”, who may not have the same natural fit as our last favorite employee, or who may require basic training, whereas the last trainee ‘got it’. These predispositions can sabotage our ability to create an attractive workplace for employees.
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Every start-up needs to scale operations, especially development at some point of time. However, they face many challenges such as
A) Availability of required skill set in the local geography to the build the right R&D.
B) High costs of hiring people with desired expertise. Additional costs in benefits administration and in general taking a longer term liability while the business has yet to prove itself.
C) Additional funds requirement to scale up infrastructure to match with the team expansion.
D) Founder management getting swamped with operational issues due to increased team size while they need to focus more on technology, raising funds and new customer acquisition.
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