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.

To Prevent Burnout, Hire Better Bosses
Working conditions have come a long way in the past 100 years, but there’s still one problem that seems unaddressed and that’s burnout. Thanks for your advice, Thomas Chamorro-Premuzic.

5 Myths About Using Video for Sales: Debunked
Video is becoming more and more popular in the sales and marketing world, and it’s proving a success, but why are some people still not on the bandwagon? Here are some common myths and how to overcome them. Thanks, Chris Grant.

Compensation Plans that Keep Top Sales Talent
How much do you value your top sales performers? Don’t let sales compensation mistakes make you lose your top employees. Great article, Kevin Hallenbeck.

Jack’s Hacks: Three Big Tips for Driving Webinar Attendance
How do you get people to sign up for your webinars? Thanks for the helpful tips, Jack Wildt.

ABM or B2B Marketing?
A closer look at ABM in the B2B Marketing world and what it really means. Thanks for your insight, Brandon Redlinger.

When Good Enough Shouldn’t Be: The Best Time to Send Emails
Today, brands have more data and tools than ever to answer the question of when the best time to send emails is. Thanks for your thoughts, Clint Kaiser.

5 Strategies to Drive Sales Productivity
Often busyness is just a sign of lack of focus, which can cost B2B companies in the long run. Great article via Seismic.

Got a Plan? Content Marketing Success Demands It
Not everyone has a direct part in creating their company’s content marketing strategy. Thanks for the advice, Jodi Harris.

The Perilous Pursuit of Leadership
A look at distinguishing the good from the bad when it comes to leadership. Thanks, Steve McKee.

B2B Sales Inspiration From NFL Training Camp
Everything seems possible during training camp, maybe B2B sales can take some inspiration from it. Thanks for the article, Gregg Schwartz.