THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO INBOUND MARKETING FOR SCHOOLS
-BY THE INBOUND STRATEGY
Prepared by DAMMY
WHY YOU SHOULD CARE
Because learning can happen everywhere, not just in a classroom.
Nothing reveals as much about a society, and its future, as its high schools. Yet amid accelerating change — widening inequality, unprecedented globalization and technological advances — they’ve woefully lagged behind. There are, of course, exceptions. Follow the INBOUND as they discover schools with cutting-edge trends and big ideas reimagining secondary education — for the better.
- by dammy okoro CEO theinboundstrategy
Science classes can be very challenging for a lot of students. Exams tend to focus on a wide degree of material from vocabulary, applications and problems. Science tests sometimes have a practical component, such as lab or identification section. While the subject material may vary by class, there are some helpful pointers for studying for a science exam.
Originally PREPARED DAMMY OKORO
“THE 21st CENTURY STUDENT - CONNECTING THE DISCONNECTED!
It can never be fought away. It has come to stay, its good side together with its down side! Technological innovations has suddenly affected our students classroom attention span, attitude towards learning and their perception of school entirely! On the other hand 'professional' teachers, in the course of self - development have enrolled and gotten certified in teaching methodologies which are a far cry to what is obtainable if there is to be a connect between teacher and learner.
ROUTINE VERSUS CREATIVITY. Originally featured in Muyiwa Afolabi's blog
I think it's human for people to admire and cherish positive outcomes
and results without giving much thought or embracing the realities of
Almost every woman I know want to have children, they love children but
they hardly think of the nine months process of bringing this desire to
Many young people want to get married, they dream of being married, but
they hardly consider the difficulty of cohabiting for life with that
individual with a different upbringing, orientation, habit and
preferences. They think of the good, the fun and the exciting, but
wouldn't consider the reality of making critical life decisions with
someone you lack control over his or her will to agree or disagree.
Originally appeared in hubspot's Agency blog
Did you know that it only takes a tenth of a second to make a first impression?
In other words, when you meet someone for the first time, you need to be on your game from the very beginning. This includes being aware of everything from the words you choose to the body language you convey.
Whether you're meeting new connections, team members, potential employers, or customers, I've put together a list of tips designed to help you put your best foot forward and make a killer first impression.
Most companies with large sales organizations invest millions in customer relationship management software (CRMs), strategic account management tools, integrated sales processes, sales enablement, and of course, sales training.
Most sales training is very good. Reps learn their company’s playbook and the strong foundational skills for having meaningful business dialogues with prospects. Unfortunately, most sales training programs fail to teach reps something crucial -- that no matter how good you or your product are, the ultimate decision to purchase or not is up to your prospects.
Prospects are looking for the right partner to work with to solve their business challenges, but big purchasing decisions are always partly emotional, so there’s no guarantee that your prospects will behave in a straightforward, logical, or rational way.
Anyone who has ever sold has at some point realized that there is no such thing as the perfect or easy sale. Nothing ever goes exactly as planned, but the strongest sales professionals are adaptable, flexible, and patient. To become a successful rep, you’ll need to understand irrational behaviors in the selling process.
The following eight archetypes represent the types of executives that can slow down your sale, and what strategies you can use to sell to each one.