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David M Shedd
David M Shedd
David Shedd has ten years of success as President of a $200M group of manufacturing and services companies, having overseen 19 different B2B businesses. Currently, David is Principal of Winning B2B Leadership, an advisory firm. His book, "Build a Better B2B Business" is now available on


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Nov. 22, 2011 1:07 pm
A fundamental for business relationships and business success is to do what you say you are going to do. Doing what you say builds trust and confidence that you are reliable, dependable, and will live up to your commitments and promises. Unfortunately, this fundamental is far more often preached than actually practiced. All of us are accustomed to other people and businesses not doing what they...  Read More
Nov. 7, 2011 10:14 am
I enjoy the Great Courses series produced by the Teaching Company . Each course is a series of lectures that I can listen to while working out or in the car. Currently, I am listening to a course entitled The Wisdom of History by Professor J. Rufus Fears at the University of Oklahoma. The basis of the course is a series of 10 lessons or guideposts that we can learn from history. For our...  Read More
Nov. 1, 2011 11:11 am
This is a guest blog by Mike Gomez (Global Success Centers and Allegro Consulting) I recently gave a presentation to owners of American companies who were contemplating a global expansion strategy. I decided to share some lessons I gleaned while working with foreign companies struggling to be successful here in America. After all, learning from your mistakes is smart, learning from the mistakes...  Read More
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