33 Questions to Ask Potential Clients on Calls | Leverage Ambition

Throughout my 20 plus year career in sales, I've learned to ask a ton of discovery questions to understand a future and prospective clients needs. Asking the right questions can lead you in the right direction and help get a client to sign with you. The idea is to uncover what their concerns and needs … Continue reading 33 Questions to Ask Potential Clients on Calls | Leverage Ambition

Action Plan for the First 100 Days in a New Job | Leverage Ambition

Congratulations on your new job! We all know how tough it can be to get a job. First comes the application, where you have to make sure your experience is relevant to the job. When applying to each specific job, it is imperative to make sure you highlight all of your relevant experience on your … Continue reading Action Plan for the First 100 Days in a New Job | Leverage Ambition

5 Reasons Why Recruiters Suck

Times are tough. Over 40 million people are unemployed in America, and it seems like it's only going to get worse through 2021. Reality is that there are still jobs available AND many businesses are in investment mode, ready to hire their next superstar. The problem?  Their recruiters suck. Whether it be HR or a … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Recruiters Suck

A Slice of Humble Pie from the Jamaican Womens 4×1 Running Team

I have had many humbling experiences in my lifetime sports career. But the biggest by far was losing to the Jamaican Womens 4x1 Team at the Penn Relays in the 90s. My first humbling experience was being identified as a boy although I was a girl at soccer tryouts. I blame that on my moms … Continue reading A Slice of Humble Pie from the Jamaican Womens 4×1 Running Team

Converting Corporate Chaos to Creative Change

Change is good. Or so our grandparents have told us. The reality is change is also constant. This means that nothing stays the same, therefore innovation needs to be ever changing too. Sadly many corporations continue to remain stagnant. Stagnance is then multiplied as new energy and processes are not allowed to adapt or change … Continue reading Converting Corporate Chaos to Creative Change

7 Ethics Guidelines for Great Leaders

NON-MALIFICIENCE Do no harm. RESPECT FOR AUTONOMY Giving employees independence to do their own work, and guidance when they are in a hole is key. EFFICIENCY Measuring the work through data and key performance results will give you a better understanding the who, what, where, why and when of how to improve. HEALTH MAXIMIZATION Being … Continue reading 7 Ethics Guidelines for Great Leaders

How New Hires Can Make or Break Your Company

Human Resources, also abbreviated as HR in the new world, is a pivotal, crucial part of any company that is frequently undermined or understated and overlooked. Each HR Manager can either make or break your company's progress with their character, values, and understanding of what needs to be achieved and how it works. HR Managers … Continue reading How New Hires Can Make or Break Your Company

The Lonely Entrepreneur

It was 1962.  It was the tale end of the Great Depression. Unemployment was up over 600%. Bob saw his community struggling. He wanted to help. He thought of creating a hyper local print directory for local businesses looking to engage his community.  Hundreds of local business owners jumped on board, lining up to get … Continue reading The Lonely Entrepreneur