Remember KISS? (Are you sure???)


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Sometimes the “obvious” is not so obvious. What seems perfectly clear to me – because I work with it day in and day out – might be terribly confusing to normal person; i.e., customer.

A colleague’s focus on “Minimalist Marketing” along with references in a “Quick Reference Guide” to things like discharge/recharge/refresh mode, trickle vs. standard, choices among mA, mAh or Ah and warnings about overheating and fire hazard prompted me record the following video. So… in the spirit of Keep It Simple Stupid:

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Todd Youngblood
Todd Youngblood is passionate about sales productivity. His 3+ year career in Executive Management, Sales, Marketing and Consulting has focused on selling more, better, cheaper and faster. He established The YPS Group, Inc. in 1999 based on his years of experience in Sales Process Engineering – that is, combining creativity and discipline in the design, implementation and use of work processes for highly effective sales teams.


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