Selling Dynamics is primarily a blog that deals with topics that interest me.
Hopefully some of these topics are things that will interest you as well. So, I welcome you on my journey.To start, a few questions might be in order:
Who am I?
Why should you care?
What is in it for you?
Let’s take these questions one at a time, short and sweet.
So, who am I? I am a sales executive with an NSC, or as they call us these days, Microsoft Dynamics NAV business partner. My company has enjoyed a measure of success and my co-workers are all experienced professionals. We have many happy customers and our leaders are some of the most respected pioneers of the industry.
I have been a sales professional for most of my twenty-something years of working life. I started as a Yamaha Music Showroom rep shortly after high school. I made Top Salesperson award soon after that, even though I had no musical ability and didn’t even sing on key (and still don’t). Later on, I sold hi-tech business solutions, and for the past three years, I have enjoyed selling Dynamics NAV.
Why should you care? I take it if you happen upon this site, that you have a some interest in the topics that I write about. Since this is my very first post on this blog, I cannot be sure what this blog will contain in the future.
A business owner once commented that I write really well and that I ought to start a blog. So, here I am! This will contain almost entirely of my reflections, ideas from my observations, thinking, interactions with others, and so you may not care about any of that at all.What’s in it for you? Nothing really, unless you choose to participate. I hope that this blog will contribute to the conversations about Selling Dynamics (in any sense of the term you wish to take). From time to time, you may also find musings on business, work, life, relationships and fun (not necessarily in that order). Hopefully, you find many reasons to participate. How? By commenting, linking and generally by engaging me in conversation, here or elsewhere. So, there you have it! I hope to see you around, and talk to you, sometime.