Archive for November 29, 2016
Sales people are a special kind of people. They need to be able to convince customers that the product or service they are selling is the only one they will ever need or want. The sales person will explain to them that the product or service is worth every penny spent and that they will never regret their decision. Top sales people will have a pre-outlined strategy upon entering into a sale, and they will follow the plan to the letter. After using this strategy successfully multiple times, the sales person will know what works for them and will be able to continue along the same path, making any changes needed as time goes on. Statistics show that it is these sales people who are 33% more likely to bring a sale to a successful comp
Parking lots are filthy places. They accumulate pollutants such as oil, grease and toxic chemicals, pesticides from adjacent landscaping, road salts, heavy metals, and bacteria from trash. Run-off from these pollutants ends up in local water systems, and add to overall pollution. A recent report by the National Water Quality Inventory shows that runoff from urbanized areas is the leading cause of water quality impairments to surveyed estuaries.
Other studies show that each parking space in the United States costs $6-$23 annually, in health and environmental damages to society caused by air pollution alone. Added up, this comes to between $4 billion and $20 billion annually. In some suburban areas, parking spaces outnumber drivers, and parking lots as big as small neighborhoods dot the countryside. One