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A Day in the Life of the Modern Sales Person

By Andrew Armstrong, published on Mar 26, 2017

It can be difficult for people considering a career in sales to imagine what a typical day in the life of a salesperson looks like. To help clarify, Salesforce surveyed 280 sales professionals to find out. The respondents included sales representatives, managers, and leaders from different geographic regions and industries. Some of the findings were not surprising, such as 76 percent of sales professionals stating that they start their day before 7:00 a.m. Roughly half of those are up for the day by 6:00 a.m. As far as what salespeople do once they’re awake, 36 percent check their email... (more)

Tags: career, sales, salesperson, daily routine

Early Buzz for the 2017 Kentucky Derby

By Andrew Armstrong, published on Feb 11, 2017

The next wave of great American thoroughbreds is off to the races to earn qualification for the 2017 Kentucky Derby. Even though the Derby will not take place until May 6th, racing fans have plenty of action to follow in February. Here's what you need to know about qualifying for this iconic race as well as some of the early contenders for the 2017 Kentucky Derby.

The Road to the Kentucky Derby

The Kentucky Derby is limited to three-year-old thoroughbred horses and is a Grade I stakes race of 1 1/4 miles. Qualifying for the Kentucky Derby requires participation in a rigorous... (more)

Tags: horse racing, kentucky derby, classic empire, el areeb, irish war cry

Clean Water - A Global Crisis in Need of Innovate Solutions

By Andrew Armstrong, published on Jan 18, 2017

Clean water and sanitation are rightfully recognized by the United Nations as basic human rights, yet by the year 2050, it is estimated that one out of every four people on the planet will lack access to these basic necessities.

Water-borne diseases such as cholera and E. coli cause millions of death annually, with the primary victims being young children. These deaths are highly preventable, often with readily available and affordable solutions.

Lack Of Potable Water In Developing Countries

The United Nations reports that 1.8 billion people around the world rely on water... (more)

Tags: women, water, technology, farming, sustainability, developing countries

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