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DDTV: Top 10 Irish Halloween Traditions

first_imgIrish Central uploaded a short video describing the origin of many common day Halloween traditions.Although we generally don’t question why we eat barmbrack, bob for apples, and carve pumpkins, it’s quite fascinating to see where these traditions originated. Do you do any of these? Let us know in the Facebook comments.DDTV: Top 10 Irish Halloween Traditions was last modified: October 30th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Community displays support for raceway

first_imgThe local community showcased its support for the Redwood Acres Raceway on Thursday night by raising $12,000 in a matter of minutes to take care of an ongoing issue.With concerns among some locals about the noise level at the raceway, a large group of racing fans showed up at a meeting of the fairgrounds board to voice their support for the raceway.And when it was put to the fans that the installation of a mesh noise barrier could solve the problem, the community members immediately dipped …last_img

Christian Madsbjerg on The Social Environment of Business and Sales – Episode #115

first_img Free Webinar Series! Create a culture of value creation. Signup for this free webinar! In three, short, power-packed webinars, you will learn what you need to do to create a culture of value creators who create and win new opportunities. Download Now Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 40:38 — 32.6MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSSAs a professional salesperson, did you even realize that there is a social environment in business in sales? If you did, you were probably one of the more successful salespeople in your organization. If you didn’t, you probably aren’t. That is one of the takeaways from this conversation with Christian Madsbjerg, author of the new book, “Sensemaking.” Anthony believes his book is the must-read book of 2018 for every business person. It’s a treatise on the intersection of AI and culture and makes a case for how AI must be made to enhance and serve human culture in the end. This is a fascinating conversation for salespeople who want to understand how to maximize the human side of sales.Christian Madsbjerg on The Social Environment of Business and #Sales – Episode 111 of #InTheArena with @IannarinoClick To TweetIs a good sale the optimized one or the convincing one?AI is being introduced into the sales profession at an unprecedented pace. The optimization of sales cycles and sequences through AI is at the forefront the minds of many who are charged with increasing the bottom line through product and service sales. In this conversation, Christian asks if the best sale is the convincing one or the one that is best optimized? In his thinking, our infatuation with refining processes and building out great systems has us thinking a bit askew. Find out why a good sale is the convincing one and why only human beings can do the kind of convincing needed to put the right product in the hands of the person who truly needs it.Computers don’t care – humans doAnthony has long believed and said that caring is the currency of success in business and in sales. In the end, the person who cares more is the one who will be most trusted and therefore most successful. Christian Madsbjerg makes an intriguing case for a stronger understanding of and reliance on human intuition, cultural understanding, and social appropriateness as tools that can fuel long-term success in sales relationships. It’s too much to contain in a short paragraph like this so you need to make sure that you listen to this conversation to hear Christian’s masterful way of describing it.Computers don’t care – #humans do. It’s vital to maintain that objective understanding in business – especially in #sales. Hear Christian Madsbjerg explain on this episode of #InTheArena with @IannarinoClick To TweetThere is a third kind of knowledge that all sales professionals needThe first type of knowledge we all possess is subjective or preferential. Some examples are that you may feel that one type of sound is too loud or a certain type of food is too spicy. Then there’s the kind of knowledge that we can measure. But Christian points out that there’s a third kind of knowledge – one he calls an “intersubjective” kind. It’s social or cultural in nature. Examples: We know how far to stand from each other at a party. We know how loudly we should speak. This is another type of knowledge that can’t be measured, but it’s a kind that is critical in the business world. If you only rely on data sets to tell you about your customers, you make big mistakes because you’re not relying enough on your innate human ability to understand others and what that understanding tells you about their needs. Sound helpful for a sales professional? You bet it is. Listen to hear more, on this episode.What is the appropriate use of personal information in the digital age?With the recent outrage over data breaches and inappropriate use of personal data, as well as the advent of the GDPR in the European Union, many questions are being asked about not only the security and privacy of personal data but also its proper use. Christian believes that those who lead companies today need to look beyond the practical leverage they can gain through data sets and begin to ask what benefit their use of data will have to real people. How will the end result for people be BETTER if personal data is used in a particular way? These are important questions for our time, and Anthony digs into them with his guest, Christian Madsbjerg, on this episode of In The Arena.What is the appropriate use of #Personalinformation in the #DigitalAge? Christian Madsbjerg explains his perspective on this episode of #InTheArena with @IannarinoClick To TweetOutline of this great episode Why Christian wrote his book out of annoyance: “Sensemaking” What is a Silicon Valley State of Mind – and why is it problematic? Is a good sale the optimized one or the convincing one? How looking at culture is different than looking at individuals What’s the difference between thick data and thin data? The third kind of knowledge and how it relates to sales Great salespeople are able to intuit their prospects: The Dreyfus model What’s the value of understanding social context? Current issues: what’s the appropriate use of personal information?Resources & Links mentioned in this episodeChristian Madsbjerg’s companyChristian’s book: SensemakingIBMs WatsonKen Wilbur’s integral theoryThe Dreyfus modelGeorge SorosNassim TalebFlannery O’ConnorElon MuskThe theme song “Into the Arena” is written and produced by Chris Sernel. You can find it on SoundcloudConnect with AnthonyWebsite: www.TheSalesBlog.comYoutube: www.Youtube.com/IannarinoFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/iannarinoTwitter: https://twitter.com/iannarinoGoogle Plus: https://plus.google.com/+SAnthonyIannarinoLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/iannarino Tweets you can use to share this episodeIs a good #sale the optimized one or the convincing one? Find out the answer on this episode of #InTheArena with @Iannarino and Christian MadsbjergClick To TweetThere is a third kind of knowledge that all #sales professionals need. Discover what it is and how to use it effectively on this episode of #InTheArena with @Iannarino and Christian MadsbjergClick To TweetSubscribe toIn the ArenaApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsAndroidby EmailRSSOr subscribe with your favorite app by using the address belowlast_img read more