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STGC ready to Glenmuir fight

first_imgSt George’s College go into today’s FLOW/ISSA Super Cup quarter-final game against Glenmuir very mindful that they exited the tournament at this very stage last season.Wolmer’s stunned the North Street school 3-0 to advance to last season’s semi-final. However, assistant coach Marcel Gayle says the team is determined to get past the last eight, and into the final this year.”Last year, we were in the same position and we lost, and it cost us, so we cannot take anything for granted. We will have to do what we have to to get the win,” he said.Many people have placed a question mark on St George’s character and their ability to fight to the death, with many calling Neville ‘Bertis’ Bell’s team soft.However, since the end of the first round, the ‘Light Blues’ have raised their game to another level and their early-round vulnerability seems to be in the distant past, as they have toyed with opponents in their last four matches, with only St Jago putting up any real resistance to their offensive onslaught.But although they start favourite against the wily Patrick ‘Jackie’ Walters and his Glenmuir side for the contest, Bell does not expect a walkover and insists that his players will roll up their sleeves and fight tooth and nail if that is required.”We know it’s not going to be a stroll in the park and we will probably have to dig deep and show our determination and our character, but we will if we have to,” he continued.Alex Marshall continue to lead the way for Bell’s team with an impressive 16 goals in all competitions. He has been greatly supported by Shevon Stewart (12) and Gregory Messam Jr (12).Marshall and Stewart, in particular, have proven to be a handful for most teams, and if they are allowed to have their way again today, St George’s will only take the game today.Although the ‘Georgians’ have conceded nine goals this season, their attack more than compensate for their shortcomings in defence, with over 51 goals scored so far this season.last_img read more

Club to celebrate sixth anniversary

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 In addition, they would put together bus trips to such varied places as the Claremont Dinner Theatre and Yosemite National Park. Shortly after their club teamwork began, Jack and JoAnn entered into a marriage partnership, too. And the club’s membership grew to hundreds. For the past few years, they have held late-summer luaus as well as special holiday events, including a gala New Year’s Eve party. Saturday night’s bash is being limited to 100 persons. Singles and married couples are all welcome. Island garb is optional, but a king and queen will be chosen for best costumes, and there will be prizes. LANCASTER – Back in 1999, two people had a dream, and the reality of that dream will be in evidence Saturday at J&J Social and Travel Club’s luau to celebrate its sixth anniversary. Jack Cohen and JoAnn Sablan were not yet married when they came up with the idea for an organization they wanted to offer other people in their age bracket. But they made a good team, so they started the club for seniors that answers all their social needs. “I never would have met and become friends with all of you if it hadn’t been for J&J. I’ll always be grateful for that,” member Mort Kadek said at one of the card nights. The conception was for people age 40 or older to come together several times a month for potlucks, game nights, dances, movies, dining, discussions and mixers. Tickets are $12.95 for club members and $14.95 for nonmembers. For location information and to make reservations, call the Cohens at (661) 267-2586. Club membership is $27.50 per year and guarantees a 5 percent discount on club activities. – Bettie Rencoret160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Choosing Your Preferred Method of Being Rejected

first_img Essential Reading! Get my first book: The Only Sale Guide You’ll Ever Need “The USA Today bestseller by the star sales speaker and author of The Sales Blog that reveals how all salespeople can attain huge sales success through strategies backed by extensive research and experience.” Buy Now My friend Amy wrote this post. Her post inspired this post.Some people hate cold calling. They say that they hate being shut down. They hate being rejected. They want to prospect using some method in which they won’t be told no and won’t be rejected.So these cold-call-avoiders switch their effort from dialing to other prospecting methods they believe will be easier, more effective, and won’t come with the hard dose of reality that is not having anything really valuable to offer (the most common root cause of being rejected). But in doing so, they are choosing some other form of rejection.Here is some pure, unadulterated truth for those who want it, need it, and are big enough to take it.Your Personal RejectionWhen you send an email asking for an appointment or checking in and nothing comes back, you have been rejected. Your dream client can much more easily click the button that deletes your email than they can dismiss you on the telephone. But the end result is the same: you made no progress.When you connect with your dream client on the social media sites and connect with people without asking them for a commitment of time, you have been rejected. The barriers to connect on social sites are very low. But if you haven’t scheduled an appointment, the end result is the same as if you had called and been rejected.When you rely only on inbound marketing and your dream client stumbles upon your site, takes a quick look around, and bails without having filled out your lead collection form or downloading your white paper, you have been rejected. The result of that visit was a giant goose egg.Can You Handle the Truth?If you avoid picking up the phone, the truth is that you have two problems.The first problem is that you are too sensitive. You don’t like to feel the rejection because you are attaching too much meaning to it. You’re taking it personal. Business is personal, but this rejection has nothing to do with you. Your dream client has been burned agreeing to meet with salespeople who created no value. She rejects almost everyone. Which is a nice segue into your second problem: value creation.If you don’t want to be rejected, you have to differentiate yourself by focusing your prospecting message on the value you can create for your dream client. If you ask for a commitment from your dream client, especially the commitment for time to explore an opportunity, that pitch needs to come with a strong sales call value proposition. Your dream client needs to know what she is getting out of it.Until you learn not to have any feelings about the rejection that comes with cold calling and learn how to make your message about value, you can choose to take your rejection in whatever form that best suits you. But you won’t improve your sales results by avoiding making your calls.QuestionsWhat is your preferred method for being rejected?Is it better when your rejection doesn’t feel personal, when you don’t have to hear it?How do you feel about having your emails ignored? Is that an easier form of rejection?What would you have to change to feel different about making your calls and dealing with “no?”last_img read more

London Olympics: Ranomi Kromowidjojo wins gold in women’s 100m freestyle gold

first_imgRanomi Kromowidjojo of the Netherlands blazed to gold in the women’s 100m freestyle swimming on Thursday, setting a new Olympic record. Kromowidjojo, who led the time sheets this year, posted 53.00 for gold but was not happy with her performance.”I thought it was a great race but it wasn’t my best time ever this season. So, I’m not really satisfied about the time,” she said.”A gold medal is a gold medal, so I’m really happy about my performance and being Olympic champion.”Aliaksandra Herasimenia of Belarus sneaked in for silver in 53.38 ahead of Chinese Tang Yi, who clocked 53.44.America’s Missy Franklin, who held much promise, finished a disappointing fifth.last_img read more