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AIM Blog - 5 Facts and Fictions about the Great Resignation
By this point, you have probably heard about the Great Resignation. Maybe you have heard it referred to by another name – the Big Quit or the Great Attrition – but the message is the same: people are...
AIM Blog - 3 Rules for Building a Value Proposition
By: RAIN Group A lot of new sellers are told something along the lines of: develop a value proposition, hammer your network, see what lands. The problem is that a value proposition isn’t a one-...
AIM Blog - The Evolution of Finance
When does the practice of finance begin? A harder and more subjective question to answer than you would think. Before the invention of currency when all societies worked on a barter system, would...