Todd's Results

2007: Re-engineering Our Business Development

This year is about...

January 2007: Todd's key takeaway from the book, Sales Techniques by William T. Brooks.

February 2007: Read how Todd rewords lessons from The Sales Success Handbook by Linda Richardson.

March 2007: Todd's key tip from Jeffrey Gitomer's book, The Little Red Book of Sales.

April 2007: Find the cure for the dreaded cold call in this book by Tim Templeton. Todd provides his key takeaway.

May 2007: Todd discusses his key takeaway from the book Let's Get Real or Let's Not Play by Mahan Khalsa.

June 2007: A quote Todd found valuable from Bruce Tulgans book, It's Okay to be the Boss.

July 2007: Todd's key takeaway from "What Clients Love" by Harry Beckwith.

August 2007: Have you heard of the Fred Factor? Read what Todd says about bringing passion to your life and about Mark Sanborn's book.

September 2007: Todd shares a key tip from Keith M. Eades book, The New Solution Selling.

October 2007: Todd shares his key takeaway from John Maxwell's book, Attitude 101.

November 2007: Todd shares his key takeaway from the handbook Networking Works! by Abby Donnelly.

December 2007: You have to be remarkable to get business today. Todd shares his key takeaway from the book Purple Cow by Seth Godin.

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Todd Herman Associates is a business technology consulting firm focused on non-routine technology issues such as replacing QuickBooks, getting two systems to "talk" to each other, shrinking process cycle time, and taming large volumes of data.