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Molly DePasquale

Molly DePasquale is the Manager of Operations and Sales Training Strategist for DMTraining. She manages the day-to-day business and training operations while helping research and develop new training programs as well as refreshing signature programs to reflect the newest sales trends, technology, and best practices. Molly utilizes her wide-range of skills to create sales and marketing assets focused on delivering value to DMT’s clients. Molly has a passion for learning and leveraging new knowledge and experiences. Outside of DMTraining, Molly is a hard core Pittsburgh sports fan, enjoys staying active by running and golfing, and unwinds by reading and playing the piano.

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Time Management

Time Management Tips - How to Get Things Done

By: Molly DePasquale
September 14th, 2018

Do you ever hear yourself saying: “I wish I had more time”?

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Sales Training | Sales Tips

Why Every Salesperson Should Commit to Continuous Training

By: Molly DePasquale
August 23rd, 2018

What makes someone successful? Why are they the best? If you look at some of the most successful people in the world, there’s one common belief they all share: They believe in continuous learning and ongoing development. Bill Gates. Warren Buffett. Oprah Winfrey. These are just a few examples of the many prosperous people who are committed to lifelong learning and education. But for most people, your professional day is measured by how much you get done, not by how much you’ve learned. Focusing on getting things done so you can check it off your to-do list without truly thinking about the outcomes and understanding the value of your activities is a sure-fire way to remain the same and never grow. This is why the best of the best continue learning. They don’t just take a ‘get it done’ mentality, they focus on understanding the how and why of things. They focus on learning what’s working and what’s not working and then adapt their approach based on these findings. They are constantly seeking new information and new perspectives to make them better at what they do.

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3 Questions to Ask Before Investing in Sales Training

3 Questions to Ask Before Investing in Sales Training

The right sales training for your employees is integral to the success of your business. Before you invest, make sure you have all of the information you need to make a smart decision.

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Sales Training | Sales Tips | networking

9 Ways to Maximize Your Next Networking Experience

By: Molly DePasquale
August 10th, 2018

This week, I attended IMPACT Live 2018, which was an exclusive, 2-day experience designed to bring marketing and sales leaders together to learn and make valuable connections. To give you a little more background, the theme of the two days revolved around redefining inbound marketing. In the opening session, Marcus Sheridan, shared an honest look into where we were, where we are, and where we need to go to make inbound an even more essential part of doing business. He also shared a powerful perspective and three compelling beliefs that all inbound professionals should consider and share as the new era of Inbound emerges: Inbound is a MINDSET, a PHILOSOPHY, and a CULTURE. We must share three main beliefs: Trust is the most important currency in business. There is power in community. There is always room for growth.

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Motivational | Sales Tips | Sales Training

47 Inspirational Quotes to Help You Maintain Your Sales Momentum

By: Molly DePasquale
July 19th, 2018

How do you stay motivated when you just don’t feel like selling? What can you do to maintain your sales momentum? Who do you look to for inspiration? DMTraining talks to a lot of salespeople, and a common theme we are asked about is motivation. Many sales reps believe motivation is something that just sort of happens. But motivation is something you do, or don’t do, for yourself. It’s the daily sales habits, routines and mental processes that you set for yourself that will truly get you going and keep you going. Don’t get me wrong, this is no easy task. But given there are so many factors out of your control throughout the sales process, why not take control of your attitude and your ability to motivate yourself? To help you get a jump start, we’ve put together this list of 47 motivational quotes to remind you that even when you’re dealing with a difficult prospect, lost sales, or poor market conditions, you can still prevail and succeed!

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Sales Trends | Sales Tips

3 Trends Shaking Up the Sales Landscape & Why It Matters

By: Molly DePasquale
June 21st, 2018

The sales and marketing landscape continues to change right in front of our very eyes. And with any type of change, you can either ride the wave or try to swim against the current. “Adaptability is about the powerful difference between adapting to cope and adapting to win.” —Max McKeowni This quote emphasizes the very important point of understanding what it means to be agile and adaptable in the face of change. You can either cope with the change by simply doing the bare minimum or you can focus your mindset and energy on how to reinvent yourself. Every year, quarter, and possibly every month you have a new goal or target to hit. But if you aren’t continually staying up-to-date on the latest trends, how can you reach ever-rising goals? With the same humdrum tools, strategies, and skills you used last year? I think not! Let’s take a look at 3 trends, why they matter, and how you can start incorporating them into your daily activities and sales approach.

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mobile advertising landscape | Digital Media Landscape

6 Terms & Trends to Know about Selling Mobile [SlideShare]

By: Molly DePasquale
June 8th, 2018

It’s no longer a question of whether mobile marketing is important – we know it is – it’s now about understanding how consumers behave on mobile devices and how to effectively reach and engage them. The focus of 2018 will be to cater to the exponential growth of consumers who now use smart phones and/or tablets as their first – and many times only – device.

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