“TERMINAL SWITCH” – A Novel by Robin Jay

In "Terminal Switch," the new novel by author Robin Jay, nurse Sunny Monroe faces a profound moral dilemma. If you could capture the “Life Force Energy” of someone intent on committing suicide, and impart it into a terminally ill person in order to save them, would you? 

Client Lunch: Why Are Client Lunches So Valuable?

WHY are client lunches so valuable?
Are client lunches really worth the time they take? Absolutely! And I know – I personally hosted more than 3,000 client lunches during my advertising sales career….and I saw my sales increase by more than 2,000%! That’s stunning. I wrote “The Art of the Business Lunch: Building Relationships Between 12 and 2” to help everyone become a client lunch expert!

But, my business lunch success story doesn’t end there.

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The Future of Business Relationships: Break Through the Digital Wall

Is Face-to-Face Business Relevant in a Digital World?
As technology and innovation evolve faster than the speed of light, will business relationships continue to matter? Gary Vaynerchuck wrote that we are going so fast, that after 4 comes 8, not 5. OMG – you KNOW he’s right! By the time we learn something new, there is […]

Increase Sales Right NOW!

Motivational Speaker Robin Jay warns that not ALL motivational, inspirational speakers know how to help you increase sales. Some can inspire and audiences will come away motivated ... but the next day, they discover little has changed. She helps teams to increase sales with takeaways that will help your team to reach their goals now and always.

Motivational Speaker Robin Jay on Relationship Selling

Motivational Speaker Robin Jay shared The KEYS to Relationship Selling and The Art of the Business Lunch - both great ways to Increase Sales for any business.

Increase Sales: Motivational Speaker Robin Jay Shares Tips

Robin Jay says, "I love sharing tips and techniques to increase sales with network marketers and sales teams from every field, as well as with associations and organizations - from the Oregon Banker's Association to Hewlett-Packard."