Ralph Barsi's Blog
Leaders solve problems. Here are 8 ways we can, too.
5 Sales-Sales Development problems and a way to fix 'em.
10 laws that are always in effect. Use them to your advantage.
4 questions to help you carve a path forward.
Jiro Ono is a 3-Michelin Star sushi chef in Tokyo.His sushi attracts guests from everywhere.
Decide to focus and opportunities will appear.
Proven steps for running an effective SDR mentorship program.
These 12 quotes might help recalibrate your self-talk.
Notice how obnoxious doing the opposite looks. Reverse-engineer for the win.
There are great days and good days. Rough patches appear, though, too. Keep. Moving. Forward.
Chet Holmes wrote, “Most companies leave far too much of the sales process to individual salespeople."
We sometimes forget everyone's connected. Ask for introductions.
To SDRs, life charts are reminders that the role is temporary.
Three ideas for summer interns (and you too).
Disturb a ship's path just 1 degree and it becomes unstable. It requires constant helm corrections to maintain a desired heading.
I admire writers who consistently publish their work, especially newsletters. Here are 12 useful ones...
“The wise ones don’t give the right answers, they possess the right questions.”
It’s difficult to attract top talent when job descriptions look like everyone else’s. About Us. Responsibilities. Qualifications. Company Disclaimers.
Lots of sales development leaders struggle to grow their organizations.
It often feels like building the plane while flying.
The best sales development leaders see themselves at the bottom of the org chart. Not the top.
Thousands of sales development leaders are seeking top talent.Tens of thousands of candidates are seeking top leaders.
It’s tough to stand out.
An answer to "What advice would you give to a new sales development representative when they first get hired?"
When there's a need to build revenue pipeline, try hosting a Prospecting Day.
Every organization has A-players, and they’re easy to spot. They’re the ones consistently hitting numbers, helping you when you ask, and leading by example.
Buddhist monk, Thich Nhat Hanh once reminded us that "we are here to awaken from our illusion of separateness."