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Chris Lytle

Chris Scott Lytle is a retired American mixed martial artist and boxer. An MMA professional from 1999 until 2011 and 20-fight veteran of the UFC, Lytle also fought in Pancrase, Cage Rage, and the WEC. He held the inaugural Cage Rage World Welterweight Championship and was a finalist on The Ultimate Fighter 4. During his tenure in the UFC, he was awarded "Fight of the Night" honors six times.

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I had been fighting since 1998 and knowing that this was going to be my last fight – I was not going to leave any questions or anything out there as far as, ‘Could I have done anything different?’ I was going to give this everything I had. My last memories of being a fighter were going to be good ones.
I define coaching as launching the salesperson on a voyage of discovery by asking questions.
You have to get buy-in as a leader, instead of demanding adherence to management. Phil Jackson sought Michael Jordan's support before installing the triangle offense. — © Chris Lytle
You have to get buy-in as a leader, instead of demanding adherence to management. Phil Jackson sought Michael Jordan's support before installing the triangle offense.
Bad sales managers push two buttons: 'more' and 'panic.' Great sales managers have one more button to push: the 'how'.
New sales managers are the forgotten rookie - they were pros at selling, but all of a sudden they're a rookie at management.
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