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10/03/2011

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Impressive blog! -Arron

Anthony Hillman

Couldn't be more true. The Pharmaceutical industry has a wealth of data and have based field size and structure off advanced analytics for decades. Time and time again it's proven worth in advanced market targeting and effort allocation.

A great article, and pertinent movie!

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The above photo has that ethereal quality to it, in my mind. Technically it is not great, but the moment is in my opinion. It's not every day you see a rose bow before a petal.

Drcharlesparker

The "game changer" in this post does find relevance in every aspect of our lives, even on the neuroscience side... we too often assess human beings and interpersonal situations based upon appearances rather than easily available hard data.

@gerhard20 has been a thought leader for years with his attention to the details that matter - now, and for a lifetime of practice playing ball.

Even modern psychiatry can learn a few things from sales and from the MoneyBall message, so I included that refreshing 'data perspective' in recent remarks here at CorePsych Blog - fyi: http://www.corepsychblog.com/2011/10/moneyball-brain-content-to-process/

Great job Gerhard, and best wishes to you, your family and your super Selling Power team for the Holidays!
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Bobmarsh5

This was a great book and I'm pumped to see the movie. Nice sales perspective from @gerhard20. I'd love to have a Peter Brand at my side!

Paul Wry

Thanks for the great write - up. I think the other important thing the movies speaks to is accomplishments. Making sure we understand our accomplishments help us create successes in the future...

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