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Wednesday, 18 December 2013 14:08

And here we are!

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As 2013 comes to an end, it brings the promise of an exciting future. And as we all plan for our future, we need to ask ourselves, “How can we be more productive overall?”  At Group Travel Supplier, that is exactly what we plan to do. 
Thursday, 12 December 2013 15:30

12 Selling Days of Christmas

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It’s that time of year. Snow is flying (at least in Michigan), Christmas music is playing, the Salvation Army Bell is ringing, and the year-end rush is upon us. Don’t let the Christmas crazy and stresses of hitting numbers overwhelm you: There is a lot December 12 has to offer.
Tuesday, 26 November 2013 02:21

Take the time for giving thanks …

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We are surrounded by thankful messages this time of the year. Why? Because it’s important. For many of us, the season often morphs into Black Friday, getting the holiday cards in the mail, and juggling the ever-hectic schedule. But how often do you really take a step back and look at what you have to be thankful for? Do you choose happiness when you look around, do take the time to appreciate what you have, or do you just focus on getting done what you have to do? 
Thursday, 14 November 2013 04:42

One Brilliant Sales Tip

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In my last blog post, I shared three sales tips I learned at the Niche Media Conference. I’m still on a high from what I’ve learned and am personally putting those lessons into practice. In addition, I’m breaking down the lessons to share with our team to improve our overall sales effectiveness and, ultimately, be better service providers to our clients. 
Thursday, 31 October 2013 09:50

Travel: Leaving the Ones You Love

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After doing this routine for ten years, it doesn’t seem to ever get better. Right now, I am sitting in front of my computer doing everything I can to avoid thinking of the time I will need to spend traveling for work and being away from my daughter. As a single mother, it is never easy to leave my daughter. But over the years, we have come up with several tips to help make each time apart a little bit easier.
Thursday, 17 October 2013 03:19

Hot Wings, Cold Sales

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We can all agree the sales game isn’t as easy as it used to be. In order to be competitive and stand out from the crowd, we can no longer wing it. We have to work smarter and harder. That’s what I heard from leading advertising sales experts at the Niche Media Conference in Nashville earlier this month. 
Wednesday, 02 October 2013 09:50

What Am I Doing For Others?

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You can’t walk through the streets of Boston and Plymouth without being caught up in the history that defines those cities. Everything started there. Plymouth Rock symbolizes a group of people who were willing to leave everything behind in pursuit of religious freedom for their families and those that would follow. Plimoth Plantation brings to life the reality of not only the sacrifices the first Pilgrims made, but also the others first mentality of that colony and of the Wampanoag people. If that tribe or those families put themselves above their neighbors, the Plymouth Colony would have surely failed.
Thursday, 19 September 2013 08:48

Learning How to Become More Social

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Social media has resulted in some of the most used sites on the Internet by young and older people. In an ever-changing travel industry, the best way to stay on top of your game and attract the most attention to your program, service, or destination is to become an active member on social sites like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram for starters. 
For those of you who just attended STYA and any other state travel trade show, this is for you.  Most of us register for a trade show to generate new business opportunities that translate into overall sales revenue. During the show, you work the floor, visit with current clientele, and meet new prospects. So, what happens when you get home?
Thursday, 29 August 2013 09:52

What’s ‘different’?

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Forgive me in advance the many questions here. But I’ve been wondering: What is “different”? What does is mean when someone says, “Let’s do something different,” or “Let’s go somewhere different,” or “That would be different.”? What makes something different? 
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