Aaron Ross Quotes

Aaron Jermaine Ross (born in September 15, 1982) is a former American football cornerback. He was drafted by the New York Giants in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft. He won Super Bowl XLII and Super Bowl XLVI with the Giants, twice over the New England Patriots. He played college football at Texas, where he won the Jim Thorpe Award for the nation's top defensive back in 2006

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Companies should be selling ideas more than benefits. Sell ideas. Not stuff.

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“I prefer to see them out on the field as much as I can,”

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“We can stick five of our best DBs on five of their best receivers, and I think our coaches would feel comfortable, ... After this game, everyone will see what kind of a secondary we are.”

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“I think the key to every game is special teams. The main focus has been on the offenses, but when you have two good offenses in a game, special teams can be the difference in creating field position.”

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“I think our secondary lives up to the challenge, ... Any receivers they bring along, I feel like we can get in the film room and study them and be ready on Saturday.”

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“Actually, it's probably 75 chances to make plays,”

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If you can predict the rate at which you create (or create and grow) qualified pipeline, and you know your average close rate(s), then you can start predicting your revenue.

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One of the biggest mistakes companies make is brute force lead generation - "give me more leads!" -when they don't understand that not all leads are the same.

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One-time revenue spikes that aren't repeatable won't help you achieve consistent year-after-year growth.

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Of course you want more revenue, but what good is it if it isn't predictable?

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“Honestly, the best group we've faced all year is the group we see every day in practice.”

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“I'm tired of having to go home and hear about losing to them, ... You never want to lose to any team more than one or two years in a row.”

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