In addition to our Sunday App of the Week feature, we also summarize some of our favorite B2B sales & marketing posts from around the Web each week. We’ll miss a ton of great stuff, so if you found something you think is worth sharing please add it to the comments below.

In the meantime, here’s some of what we’re reading:

“I don’t want to listen, I have a great deal for you”
There are those days when you think you just received the worst sales call you’ve ever heard… There still could be worse. Thanks Dave Brock.

How successful people stay productive and in control
Self-control has always been a hard skill for a lot of people to master. How do you demonstrate self-control to stay productive? Interesting point Travis Bradberry.

The ultimate smarketing glossary: 62 common sales terms explained for marketers
Sales and marketing work together to increase revenue and growth for businesses. This glossary helps demonstrate how sales and marketing can better work together versus acting like two separate, un-related things. Great article Lindsay Kolowich.

Should you gate your content?
A lot of lead generation today relies on quality content. But, the overarching question is should you be gating all of this content? Look back at your goals! Great advice Stacy Williams.

3 Salesforce hacks your inside sales reps will be thankful for
Don’t you just love it when new tips come out for your CRM platform? So do I! Here are 3 that you don’t want to miss out on. Thanks Matt Bertuzzi!

4 content marketing initiatives you need in 2015
Content marketing can offer so much for your business, but what takes precedence? Which initiatives are you working on now and how do they relate back to your goals? Good article Michele Linn.

How to spend the last 10 minutes of your day
After that Thanksgiving turkey, I’m sure you’re all caught up on sleep. However, bring better sleeping habits into your work week. It’ll help you rejuvenate and be ready for the busy days ahead. Great reminder Ron Friedman.

42 ways you know you’re THAT sales guy
We all know this sales guy. Do you recognize yourself on this list? Here’s a quick smile and a quick laugh. Thanks Paul Richlovsky!