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 are some B2B Reads that we love:

How to Actually Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions: 9 Data-Backed Tips
Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes. 2016 has come and you are determined to be apart of the 8% of people who ACTUALLY fulfill your resolutions. Here are some great tips from Carly Stec.

Make New Day Resolutions
Everyday you can chose to be a better person, choose a new route or make a difference. Start now! Great advice, Dan Waldschimdt.

27 Marketing Leaders Share Top Lead Gen Strategies for 2016
Ready for the best Lead Gen advice you can get to start off your new year? Look no further, here they are! Thanks, Jeff Coveney.

How to Plan and Maximize Your Content
The options are limitless like Maria Dykstra illustrates. How you can use one tweet to inspire a blog, which can inspire a book, which can inspire the world.

How to Hire A-Level Sales Talent
The ability to collaborate is a huge skill that current employers are looking for. Whether you are looking to hire or looking for a job, this post is a great resource. Very insightful, .

Top 10 How-To Articles of 2015 on MarketingProfs
I love a quick and easy “How-To” list and now the top favorites are all in one place! Thanks, Ann Handley.

Infographic: 17 Stats About B2B Refferals You should Know (But Probably Don’t)
If you are a part of the 70% of B2B companies that don’t have a referral program, this post will definitely make you think twice. Awesome stats, .

Can Sales Be Taught in School?
As a recent college grad myself I constantly reflect on why I wasn’t taught more about the science of sales. Great research, Sean Ricci.

5 Hacks to Improve Your Blog and Get More Traffic
Tired of your blogging efforts not driving traffic? Go through these tips to see if you have been missing a key step! Great hacks, Nick Churick.