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Monday, 26 March 2012 16:12

Comcast Makes Me Sad

Over the last month I’ve had five separate conversations with my lovely cable provider, beginning  when I called to cancel the TV portion of my cable; I explained that the conclusion of football season coupled with Hulu had obsoleted their service offering. They requested I return the box to a facility and I agreed to comply just as soon as I returned from Asia. What followed was a series of phone calls each furthering my rage and hatred of Comcast. 

Published in Sapient Salesman
Tuesday, 13 March 2012 17:23

Life Lessons

Sometimes when someone shares a truism you simply accept it for its shear hilarity and try not to think too hard about its actual truthfulness, but every so often one sticks with you in such a way you can’t help but to test it out. So I have always deeply enjoyed using a bar and a DJ as a workout opportunity despite being quite a terrible dancer. But those who know me can attest I’m not one to let that stop me. My challenge, however, has always been to get the boys to bust a move with me, and I frequently poll the audience for insight into the universal tendency to hesitate. 

Published in Sapient Salesman
Tuesday, 06 March 2012 16:52

Erin Alert

Before we begin you should know, two things don’t mix in Thailand: traffic and taxis, and motorcycles and white handbags. That being said, let me tell you a story about a time Nestor and I tried to take a dinner cruise.

Published in Sapient Salesman

Erin Wilson is the author and publisher of the Sapient Salesman

A "sapient salesman"?

 A sapient salesman is tasked with being a psychologist, technologist, empathist, humorist, conversationalist, and a dozen other “ists” in the course of practicing their salescraft. Most people can’t wear that many hats, and these tidbits are designed to minimize your millinery mandates. Read more

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Look for The Sapient Salesman: Spinning Life into Lessons, One Tale at a Time on Amazon.com later this year!

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