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.

How to Maintain a Future Focus
You need to know where you want to go, but you also have to continue to see the future. Thanks for your thoughts, Kevin Eikenberry.

Make the most out of your Q4 budget
Some helpful advice on how to finish out the year strong. Thanks, Dena Malouf.

A guide for startups to prepare for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
Not sure what all this new CCPS talk is about? Here’s a look at what it means for startups. Thanks, Christopher Budd.

Embracing Emotion in B2B Marketing
Studies show that emotion is more effective than logic when it comes to marketing and advertising, it’s about time we embrace it. Great article, Rachel Cunningham.

20 Fresh Examples Of Customer Experience Innovation For B2B
B2B companies aren’t typically considered customer centric, but a recent push for customer experience may be changing that stereotype. Thanks for the read, Blake Morgan.

5 Things to Consider When Launching an Experiential Marketing Program
A great look into launching an experiential marketing program. Thanks for the advice, Sam Ewen.

Skip the Pitch and Create a Vision
The routine sales pitch is no more! A look at what makes the best buying vision. Thanks, Colleen Francis.

A Fresh Look at Millennial B2B Buyers
Millennials in B2B buying decisions has become a popular subject in B2B marketing and sales for the past few years. Here’s an updated take on the topic. David Dodd.

A Look Into The Magic 8 Ball: The Future Of B2B Sales
A clever take on what the future of B2B sales is looking like. Thanks for the article, Tara Bryant.

How to raise your curiosity quotient
The skill of finding meaningful knowledge that you can put into action and give your business a competitive advantage is your curiosity quotient. Thanks for your insight, Joel Garfinkle.