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🎧 Hidden Profits – More Clients & Cash

🎧 Hidden Profits – More Clients & Cash

Work smarter, not harder. It sounds like a nice idea, right? To be able to build a prosperous business without killing yourself, and scale your numbers without the overwhelming hustle? Stacey Hylen is a business growth strategist and coach that helps leaders and salespeople truly create a regret-free business. Hylen, interviewed by John Golden, explores using hidden profits to work smarter instead of harder.

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🎧 Leadership – 3 Words to Lead By

🎧 Leadership – 3 Words to Lead By

We are interviewing Rory Peters who is a speaker, author, peak performance business coach, and leadership trainer. His mission is to help as many people as he can with attaining goals, both in their personal and professional lives. When evaluating the way he was able to personally achieve his goals, Rory came up with the 5 Steps to Success Mastery.

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🎧 What is the meaning of relationship economy

🎧 What is the meaning of relationship economy

Here we are interviewing John DiJulius who is redefining customer service in corporate America today. One of the most captivating and charismatic speakers today, John’s keynotes and workshops are used by world-class service companies to provide unforgettable customer service every day. In his high-energy presentations, he uses powerful visuals as he discusses the 10 commandments of customer service and explains how to improve the service aptitude of employees at all levels.

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🎧  Building Profitable Revenue and Cash Flow in Your Business

🎧 Building Profitable Revenue and Cash Flow in Your Business

Jennifer Peek is a realistic leadership, strategic financial insights and actionable advice developed from over 25 years’ financial experience benefiting companies from Fortune 50 to start-ups. From business valuation to quality of earnings to daily cash flow analysis, I focus on what makes the financial elements of companies tick (or not). At Peek Advisory Group, she consults with executives and business owners to identify business gaps and opportunities.

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🎧 The Fatal Flaws of the Funnel and Why Salespeople need to be Marketers

🎧 The Fatal Flaws of the Funnel and Why Salespeople need to be Marketers

Fatal Flaws of the Funnel:

The funnel model is a modern mainstay, suggesting that marketing’s job is to bring prospects into the “top” of the funnel through a variety of tactics, convert them into leads, qualify and handle them, pass them to sales to assess the opportunities, and eventually close a few customers at the “bottom” of the funnel.

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🎧 Leadership Strategies for Today’s Turmoil and Tomorrow’s Uncertainties

🎧 Leadership Strategies for Today’s Turmoil and Tomorrow’s Uncertainties

Podcast interview with Christine Perakis who is the Business Growth Architect, Executive Coach, and 360o Transformation Expert. For more than two decades, Christine Perakis, Esq. has navigated through negotiation tables, board rooms, classrooms, and the tempestuous open seas. As a lawyer, C-Level executive, investor, trainer, and boat captain, Christine discovered an essential truth applicable to both life and business.

Here we are discussing the following points:

  • In the initial moments when you are caught in something, how do you kind of gather yourself to deal with it? – To Christine Perakis
  • It is a fact that when you write a to-do list down with the pen and paper, the probability of actually executing those are way higher than the digital listing. How to motivate salespeople to do so?
  • It is a fact that people don’t live or experience the events as they are busy in recording them. So what is the best first step to overcoming your bad situations?

We live in a world where you will find a lot of anger, technically saying the recreational anger and it’s become the hobby of many to get angry about stuff. But one needs to know that many things are not in control of people but if we stay focused on themselves and the community; doing good things, the impact of that will be amazing. What are Christine’s views regarding the same?

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🎧  How the Digital Era Has Changed Work

🎧 How the Digital Era Has Changed Work

The old way of leading doesn’t work anymore. With where we’re at in the world today, the standard hierarchical approach of one, or few, leaders at the top, leading down to the masses, isn’t as effective or accepted as it used to be. This method is coming to an end, and leaders need to find a new way of leading because the current system is unsustainable. Workers are not happy, they feel enslaved, and in today’s world, if companies want to attract and keep the best talent, they need to find a new way of interacting. This is where conscious leadership comes in. Rúna Bouius, interviewed by John Golden, explains more.

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🎧 Effective Sales Leadership

🎧 Effective Sales Leadership

Podcast interview with Krista Moore co-authored “Roadmap to Success” in 2007, with Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard and is a regular contributor to Independent Dealer Magazine. Her articles have also been featured in OnPoint, Office Products International, NOPA, and Dealer Network magazine. Following her passion for developing sales leadership in organizations, she has helped hundreds of companies and individuals breakthrough to whole new levels of amazing success through her programs, consulting and coaching.

Here we are discussing the following points:

  • It is often seen that we still make fundamental errors with sales leadership despite this; only the best people are selected for the positions of sales leadership. What is wrong carrying out there?
  • When you go work with an organization and they bring you in to prepare to help their sales leaders or to graduate somebody into the sales leadership position. How do you go about that?
  • A sales manager is your greatest revenue multiplier because if your sales leader and sales manager are working well, then he is getting the best out of the sales team and your increase is going to be so much more than just one or two people improving. What does Krista think about the same?

If you are a salesperson they look like they want to promote you into the sales leadership position, then maybe you should speak up and say what type of training are you providing and tell them about your own needs too. Most of the people believe that progression equals to management that seems to be what we have created. If you show success in your career means at some stage you move into the management. On the other hand, some people are suited to being the best at the role of the biggest salesperson ever and we have created this thing where we push people towards management which makes them feel like they have to go there because this is the only way you show real career progression.

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🎧 How Leaders Can Become More Successful Through Coaching

🎧 How Leaders Can Become More Successful Through Coaching

Leaders are the foundation of a good organization, and even the best leaders can benefit from leadership coaching. Often times, leadership coaching is not about changing your entire style or way of doing things, but rather making small tweaks to improve on an already successful technique. Curt Crosby, interviewed by John Golden, explores how leaders can become more successful through coaching.

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🎧 Authentic Leadership

🎧 Authentic Leadership

Todd Dewett outlines how authenticity, compassion, and encouragement build relationships and help us lead. Authenticity often being a buzz word that re-emerges over time. In part because humans crave a human connection and that we discuss how that applies in professional interactions. Professionals who remember that they are a person and not just a professional also tend to build a stronger rapport with those they influence. When authenticity is owned by the larger group it becomes the norm. Research supports that groups embrace ways of thinking and behaving that are not rules and regulations in a formal sense tend to be more predictive of behavior than when formal rules and regulations are followed. One benefit of an authentic characteristic includes faster error correction as the average level of conversations is candid instead of measured.

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🎧 The 4 Building Blocks of a Selling Organization

🎧 The 4 Building Blocks of a Selling Organization

Most people call the place that produces revenue “the sales department”, but if you really think about it, selling is the activity that gets you to a result. For that reason Shawn set out to develop not just sales departments, but selling organizations. Host John Golden sits down with Shawn Karol Sandy to discuss the culture, behavior, and strategy you need to adopt in order to create a successful selling organization.

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🎧 Communicating Like A Leader

🎧 Communicating Like A Leader

A good leader is someone that executes a vision, listens, coaches, is resilient and motivated. A good leader can literally make or break the success of his or her team. Why? Communication! As a leader, your job is to be able to communicate the vision of your company and inspire those around you to reach for greatness. If you can’t do that, what are you bringing to the table?

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