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Bill Wittenmyer, ELEAD1ONE Partner, was recently featured as a guest blogger on the AutoSuccess Blog.  You can find the original post on AutoSuccess Here

The Great Big Toys “R” Us Christmas Wish Book

As a child, my favorite time of year was Christmas — actually, it still is. As an adult, I look forward to the family gatherings, the comfort of tradition and the true meaning of this holiday. Read More

ELEAD1ONE partner Bill Wittenmyer, guest blogger for AutoSuccess Magazine –  May 27, 2014

America is a wonderful place; it provides us with everything needed for survival, entertainment and everything in between. I have been on the road speaking lately and was struggling a bit for this edition of my blog. Then, a ray of hope was cast upon me while waiting for a prescription in a popular chain. Low and behold, sushi was for sale in the pharmacy. I thought, who in the world would buy that in a drug store? I mean, can you say “hospital visit?” My next thought was that it would be like buying prescriptions from my sushi chef. “Yes chef, I would like the penicillin hand roll, please.” Read More

Bill Wittenmeyer is a true professional. Working with his company has been a pleasure, and that has come from the top down. Bill truly cares about the success of my organization, and me as a person which is a hard trait to find in today’s business world. No matter the size of his company, he made my organization feel like we were all that mattered…even traveling across the country in person to make sure we were operating in a successful manner utilizing his tools, and providing valuable information for our continued growth. I would recommend doing business with Bill and his orgnaization – e-Leads CRM.

Greg Coleman, Director of Business Development

Oxmoor Auto Group

Most of you know that my posts are generally inspired by real-life experiences, and this edition is no different. On recent business trips, I was reminded of several pieces of advice that I have been given over the years, and I feel compelled to pass them along.

I don’t mean to be ironic, but the first bit of advice is to be mindful of where you get your advice. In the airport today — one that I find myself in several times per month — I stopped to get my shoes shined.

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