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Sandler Training – Professional Selling: Do You Have a Qualified Prospect?

| Posted: 04/1/15

Before we move on to the sixth step in the professional selling process, it is good to pause here and review what has been discussed with the prospect thus far.  Here is what we have accomplished: Step 1: Get Up Off Your Knees – This is about mindset before going... more

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Two New Retail Shops in the Haymarket Here To Inspire

| Posted: 04/1/15

Downtown Lincoln loves new retail! We couldn’t be happier for the two newest additions to the Haymarket. Mike Osborne began offering Husker merchandise and Nebraska football game videos as a catalog business in 1992. In... more

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Community Vision Plan Highlights Amazing Start to 2015 for Lincoln, Nebraska

| Posted: 04/1/15

It’s been an incredible first quarter for the City of Lincoln and the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce. In February, the Chamber hosted more than 700 members for our Annual Lunch and keynote speaker Daymond John.... more

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Keep More Businesses in Lincoln, Nebraska

| Posted: 04/1/15

LIBA is supporting a bill in the Nebraska Legislature that would lower the state personal and corporate income tax.  LB357 is an attempt to keep more businesses in Lincoln!  Below are several excerpts from a... more

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Sandler Training – Step Five of Professional Selling: Who Signs the Checks?

| Posted: 03/1/15

I recall a sales opportunity I chased in my previous career. I sold HVAC solutions and I came across a rural hospital that was interested in an energy upgrade to their facility. The building was... more

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Chamber Supports Expanding Lincoln, Nebraska’s Sales Tax for Public Safety Needs

| Posted: 03/1/15

In the April Primary election, Lincoln voters will get to decide on a measure that would increase Lincoln’s local option sales tax rate by one-quarter of one-percent. The change would raise Lincoln’s overall sales tax... more

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