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.

Get Rid of These 25 Phrases and Words From Your Content
25 words and phrases that you might want to think about phasing out of your content. Thanks for the tips, Julia McCoy.

Goals vs Objectives: The Simple Breakdown
The terms ‘goals’ and ‘objectives’ shouldn’t be used interchangeably. Here’s how to distinguish the two. Thanks, Caroline Forsey.

5 Reasons Your Sales Results Are Suffering
A look at some of the reasons your sales results could be doing better. Thanks for your thoughts, Anthony Iannarino.

Micromanagers in the Making? Why Salespeople Struggle to Lead
When salespeople become managers, they can often have trouble leading, but why? Thanks for the article, Dina Gerdeman.

How Speakers Can Stop Using Filler Words
Filler words can ruin even the best speech. Thanks for the advice, Dr. Jim Anderson.

The high cost of tolerating bad behavior from top performers
Don’t be afraid to stand up to your top performers in fear of losing them. Here are some ways to respond to bad behavior in a positive way. Thanks, S. Chris Edmonds.

How Do You Sell In The Gap?
Great video on gap selling. Thanks for the insight, Brandon Redlinger.

Fall in Love With Your Customer’s Pain Points—Not With Your Solutions
A look at how focusing on your solutions isn’t always the right thing to do. Thanks for your thoughts, Michael Hinshaw.

Why We Interviewed a Bunch of Rappers About Marketing
An interesting perspective on marketing. Great article, Amanda Zantal-Wiener.

Enablement is a real problem. Why isn’t it a real word?
How is enablement still not a recognized word? Here’s a fun look at some of the words that made the cut before ‘enablement’. Thanks, Matt Lieberson.