X

The Winner's Path

Get Free Updates & Resources from Keith


*BY SUBSCRIBING TO THIS NEWSLETTER, YOU’RE GIVING COACHQUEST A THUMBS UP TO SEND YOU OCCASIONAL RESOURCES. DON’T WORRY, WE WON’T SHARE YOUR INFORMATION WITH ANYONE AND WILL ONLY SEND YOU AWESOME STUFF!

Be Grateful Rather Than the Consummate Complainer

SEE FULL POST

Be Grateful Rather Than the Consummate ComplainerCareer Advice

by Keith Rosen on March 12, 2009 with 0 comment

If you’re fortunate enough to have one today, develop a deeper appreciation for your job and recognize the behaviors that can put your name on the short list. Be Grateful Talk to people who used to complain about their salary, boss and work conditions. The same people who used to whine about their job are …

continue reading ...

Building Your Brand – Be Visible But Not Egocentric

SEE FULL POST

Building Your Brand – Be Visible But Not EgocentricCareer Advice

by Keith Rosen on March 11, 2009 with 0 comment

What are you doing to insulate yourself from the next ‘downsize?’ Here are some strategies that will enable you to increase your visibility and the measurable ROI you deliver to your company in order to build the value of your brand. Be Visible but Not Egocentric Ironically, this is not the time to put your …

continue reading ...

Just Follow Up! Wins Sales Article of The MonthAll About Selling, Prospecting, Cold Calling and Networking, sales articles, Sales Coaching, Sales Management, sales tips, Sales Training, training for managers

by Keith Rosen on March 10, 2009 with 0 comment

Just Follow Up Wins Sales Article of The Month on Top Sales Articles. Read the full article here. You may know what that next step in your selling process actually is. But do you know exactly, when? Are you confident in what that next step is and when it will be taken? Many salespeople struggle …

continue reading ...

Foster Key Strategic Relationships: How to Keep Your Job- Part 2Accountability, Career Advice, coaching for managers, Executive Coaching, Sales Coaching

by Keith Rosen on March 9, 2009 with 0 comment

The World Bank just reported that the economy is in the worst shape since the Great Depression. Here are a few career retention strategies to adopt (as well as some things to avoid doing) to stay employed, become more valuable and avoid being the next one cut. These strategies can make the difference between you …

continue reading ...

Make Yourself Indispensable. How to Keep Your Job – Part 1Accountability, American Entitlement, Career Advice, management tips, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on March 5, 2009 with 0 comment

Millions of jobs have been lost over the last year. A recent survey indicated that almost 50% of American’s are worried about losing their job. Our job market hasn’t experienced these staggering numbers since 1974. With more companies laying people off, how can you insulate yourself from the rest of the work force and maintain …

continue reading ...

How to Design Your Ideal Career

SEE FULL POST

How to Design Your Ideal CareerLife Coaching and Career Coaching

by Keith Rosen on January 27, 2008 with 0 comment

Here’s a list of questions that will assist you in discovering the ideal career for you. Create it first, then attract it. Have fun with this! Don’t get hung up on what you think is feasible, available or possible. Just create what you want most. After reviewing my clients’ responses to these questions, it’s interesting …

continue reading ...