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 NOT to Warm up a Sales Lead

How to acquire and retain everyone’s attention during a sales lead with these simple steps.  Thanks Roy Osing for these tips.

What is a Team Leader? Are You a Boss or Buddy?

How to keep appropriate boundaries in place while still building meaningful relationships with your team.  Great ideas, Deb Calvert.

How User-Generated Content and Customer Feedback Can Strengthen your Value Proposition

Why user-generated content is considered more reliable and how to use it to your advantage. Great perspective, Jim Williams.

7 Things You Must Leave Behind If You Want to be Successful

Your usual practices may be working against you. Try cutting these nasty habits out of your routine. Thank you Ago Cluytens for your input.

The Real Reason Your Dream Client Says No to Your Meeting Request

The reasoning behind the “no” and how to get past it. Great strategies, Anthony Iannarino.

25 Things Successful People Refuse to Do

Helpful tips on what not to do to gain success. Thanks for the informative list, Dan Waldschmidt.

Strokes of Genius: 3 Business Lessons from Arnold Palmer

Business advice from one of the most iconic athletes of all time, the first of which to make his name into a brand. Great insights, Tanner Simkins.

The Top B2B Content of 2016: Six Lessons for Marketers

The most important marketing takeaways from 2016. Awesome article, Steve Rayson.

Being Comfortable is Not for Top Sales Performers

Why going out of your comfort zone may be your safest bet. Thanks for your thoughts, Leanne Hoagland-Smith.