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.

7 Sales Management Landmines to Avoid
Whether you’re a newbie or a veteran when it comes to sales, you could still be making these mistakes. Thanks for the advice, Krista Moore.

Why Sales Reps Talk Too Much
Don’t get carried away when it comes to your sales chats. Talking too much might be turning your customer off. Thanks for your insight, Gerhard Gschwandtner.

Peers, Cheers, and Jeers: How to Enable, Train, and Motivate Sales Millennials
A look at keeping millennials up to speed when it comes to sales training. Thanks for the article, Todd Gracon.

The Missing Metric Between Productivity and Performance: Proficiency
There are a lot of new pressures today when it comes to sales markets, making it harder than ever to sell. Proficiency could be the key. Thanks for your thoughts, Rich Lanchantin.

10 Quarter-End Strategies to Make Your Number
Some helpful tips for making your number this quarter. Thanks, Mark Hunter.

Two Types of Salespeople to Avoid
Research shows that you will capture the mood, attitude and beliefs of the people you hang out with the most, make sure you’re surrounding yourself with other good salespeople so you can be successful too. Thanks for the advice, Colleen Stanley.

Three Summertime Misconceptions Sales Managers Must Overcome
Don’t let the summer slow you down, overcome these common misconceptions! Thanks for your insight, Hamish Knox.

Here are 5 Simple Steps to Make Sales Training Stick
Sales training can be expensive, make sure you’re making it stick. Thanks for the tips, George Brontén.

Most B2B Marketers Are Making This Same Big Mistake, And It Is Hurting Sales
Are you making this huge marketing mistake? Thanks for your thoughts, John Ellett.

Six Key Components of a High Performance Marketing Plan
Some great tips to follow for a high performance marketing plan. Thanks, Nathan Isaacs.