The nice things people say about my work…

 

"Congratulations for being one of the Top Ten Sales POP! Bloggers for 2016 as chosen by our readers... you were ranked #1 in the Top 10. Here is the winners page on Sales POP!. Thank you for contributing to our blog!"

— Nicole Finzi, Digital Marketing Specialist, Pipeliner Sales

"‬@RoyOsing I love what you wrote "Shut up and suck it up when you get punched in the gut." Great post! Thank you"

— Diana Adams, ‪@adamsconsulting

"I loved your most recent article on Talent Culture about taking employee engagement to the next level. I particularly liked the point to make engagement an individualized approach by working one-on-one with employees. Your topics have been hot ideas for a while now..."

— Lauren Holbrook, Communications Specialist, DecisionWise, Utah

"Value and the plus." Words of wisdom from the wise @RoyOsing - it's about showing up, delivering, and doing things differently. Every day."

— Elena Iacono - Communications professional, Toronto

"Ever since I first met you on LinkedIn I have been following you and your teachings. Your books are an inspiration to me. You really hit the nail on the head when you put pen to paper for the creation of your book series. I have learned through your books how important it is to be different with our businesses. I believe being different is the secret sauce to being successful in business. We have a more educated customer today and it has become critical to create differences from our competition. Thank you for your generosity."

— Christine Till, LinkedIn expert, trainer and speaker. Edmonton Canada

"Roy's keynote address at our Annual General Meeting was perfectly timed for the rapidly changing landscape that our industry is experiencing.
Roy’s content was both practical and eye opening, and his delivery style had the right mix of humor for his very serious message.
Roy's concept of "The Who" had everyone in the audience thinking about where they should be focusing, and more importantly where they should cut ties."

— Bradley Rice, President, Canadian Society of Collections Agencies, Toronto, Canada

"Some folks have a false notion that leaders are born with that way. These ways can definitely steer kids correctly." Five ways to prepare children for leadership

— @BloomStrategies

"Great sales tips @RoyOsing How sales can help a startup avoid the grim reaper #SalesTips #Startups"

— @PipelinerCRM

"Think outside the box (great insights!): We Need Sales People Who Don’t Follow the Rules by @RoyOsing #salestips"

— @Kitedesk

"Sir, your last post went viral on my website & Flipboard and I'm getting huge traffic especially from Flipboard. I'm getting thousand of visitors every hour. Thanks for sharing such a mega-viral topic with us."

— Manjesh Shetty, 19-year-old part-time blogger & student at Sahyadri Engineering College, Mangalore, India