Welcome to the valley Haason7Reddick NFLDraft

first_imgWelcome to the valley @Haason7Reddick!! #NFLDraft #CardsDraft https://t.co/dvTUzDs2OI— Larry Fitzgerald (@LarryFitzgerald) April 28, 2017 Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Yet, three quarterbacks went before Arizona picked and, after all, the Cardinals lost key veterans Tony Jefferson and Calais Campbell in free agency.Patrick Peterson certainly seemed excited. Sack city!!! Welcome to the birdgang @Haason7Reddick !— ♛Chandler Jones (@chanjones55) April 28, 2017 D-E-F-E-N-S-E‼️‼️‼️!!! #NFLDraft #CardsDraft— Patrick Peterson /P2 (@P2) April 28, 2017Chandler Jones, Antoine Bethea, Tyrann Mathieu and Markus Golden also welcomed their new teammate. Welcome to the @AZCardinals, @Haason7Reddick! @PaniniAmerica already has your #NFL card ready on #PaniniInstant! https://t.co/pXvEFYtVat pic.twitter.com/UroljfwXaZ Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories Please don’t take reddick AZ lol let him fall to purple and black— Tony Jefferson (@_tonyjefferson) April 28, 2017 Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling OOOOOKKKKKKK!!! #CardsDraft pic.twitter.com/JMXtKAd2ph— Patrick Peterson /P2 (@P2) April 28, 2017center_img – / 16 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Very popular pick at draft in Philly pic.twitter.com/byfQaQd3c7— Mark Dalton (@CardsMarkD) April 28, 2017Haason Reddick received a boisterous welcome upon the Arizona Cardinals taking him 13th overall in the NFL Draft on Thursday.The Temple linebacker was in Philly, after all.But the favorable applause was also heard in Arizona, where Reddick’s new teammates expressed their excitement. If they’d read the mock drafts and heard the Cardinals express how they needed a quarterback of the future, they’d probably not expect Arizona to draft for defense. 0 Comments   Share   In this Sunday, March 5, 2017, photo, Temple defensive end Haason Reddick runs a drill at the NFL football scouting combine in Indianapolis. Reddick is enjoying the draft process even as other potential pros get antsy for the big day to arrive. Maybe it’s because he went to school in Philadelphia, at Temple, and the draft will be in Philly. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy) Welcome to the @AZCardinals @Haason7Reddick #CardsDraft #BirdGang— Markus Golden (@markusgolden) April 28, 2017 — David Johnson (@DavidJohnson31) April 28, 2017 Time to get to work, @haason7reddick! You ready?!— Tyrann Mathieu (@Mathieu_Era) April 28, 2017Of course, offensive players welcomed Reddick to the team as well. Welcome to the squad! @Haason7Reddick— D.J. Humphries (@74_hump) April 28, 2017Jefferson, now with the Baltimore Ravens, apparently liked the pick as well. He wished aloud on Twitter that Arizona would pass on the linebacker in order for Reddick to fall to Baltimore.last_img read more

Starting with the Salespeople in the Mirror

first_imgSalespeople can create a one-way relationship with customers by demanding too much from them and giving little back. But effective sales should make it necessary for salespeople to think critically too, writes business blogger David Brock in a recent post for Partners in Excellence. Why should prospects be the only ones thinking about ways they can improve what they do? Brock believes that some rethinking is in order.What should salespeople analyze before looking to their customers? Here are some of his suggestions:Consider how well you know the market that your customers are involved in. Since you’re selling them a solution that’s directly tied to it, make sure you understand the most pressing market issues.While the above example is more generalized, salespeople should understand the specifics behind their customers’ operations, too. Are you familiar with your customers’ business strategies and goals?Before creating lofty expectations for customers, it seems that salespeople should gaze in the mirror. For more on this topic, read the full article by Brock.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more