Posts in The Voice

Living on Purpose

At no other time of year do you see people with a similar focus than now – the start of a new year. The distractions of the holidays are left behind, and we turn the page on a new chapter in our lives. It is a time of introspection and reflection about what we want for ourselves in the upcoming ...

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Congratulations! You’re Going to Love Your CUTCO

“I think it’s very important that whatever you’re trying to make or sell or teach has to be basically good. A bad product and you know what? You won’t be here in ten years.” - Martha Stewart My experiences with Vector Marketing and the CUTCO product are easily summed up in those words. Sales is ...

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No More Punchin’ The Clock

Punch in at 9:00AM. Work harder than most. Punch out at 5:00PM. Get the same paycheck as co-workers who contributed far less in the workplace. Don’t you just hate that? That was my reality before Vector Marketing. Now, I have the opportunity to choose my hours and control the size of my paycheck ...

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Vector Marketing & A Culture of Giving

Recently, I finished reading Seth Godin’s book Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? It does a great job articulating a feeling that has been developing within me over the past couple years as it challenges the reader to become great, or a ‘linchpin’, in their given industry through art creation. ...

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3 Back Pocket Lessons I Learned From Vector Marketing

I stole from Vector. Big time. Every day, I walk around with a handful of lessons in my back pocket, which I call on regularly. I picked up these life lessons as a young college student. They were disguised as advice for success as a Vector sales representative. Little did I know they’d pay ...

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A Company with a Conscience

Vector Marketing is actually a company with a conscience. If all you did was listen to the news, you’d believe every company was heartless. The truth is that many companies are good corporate citizens – but that doesn’t make a juicy news story, does it? At Vector, giving back has always been ...

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Avoid the Gilded Cage!

Over Christmas, a friend of mine and I were talking about our families and got on the topic of her younger brother. He’s in his 20s, lives in New York City and just barely making ends meet as a free-lance writer. My friend, who is a well-compensated project manager at a pharmaceutical company in ...

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