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🎧 Sales Playbooks

🎧 Sales Playbooks

Daly introduces the idea of “high payoff activities,” or HPA. Each individual has 168 hours per week. However, some people are using their 168 hours better than others. It is estimated that a salesperson spends more than 50% of her or his time on these non-essential tasks. To fully take advantage of all 168 hours, delegate these activities to an assistant, and focus your time on what will generate income. “If you follow this discipline, you will generate more revenue,” said Daly.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Sales Playbooks

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🎧 Amazement in Sales

🎧 Amazement in Sales

Want to learn how to be amazing at customer service? It’s actually not that difficult. Wouldn’t it be nice if everyone regarded you as being amazing in sales? Or a wonderful leader? What if you could transform yourself into a person who was always amazing – in almost every area of life? “Always be amazing.” That is the motto of Shep Hyken, who tells us why it’s crucial to be amazing when working in the sales world. John Golden interviews Shep Hyken to discuss the difficulties surrounding being amazing, what it takes to be amazing, and the importance of consistency.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Amazement in Sales/a>

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🎧 Fundamentals for Effective Sales

🎧 Fundamentals for Effective Sales

Host John Golden sits down with Andy Paul to discuss how to cuts through the noise of excessive mediocre sales tips in order to get to the effective sales advice that will make a difference for your sales in 2018. The first piece of advice that Andy provides is this: if it seems “hypey” just turn around and walk away. There are people, however, that will give you good, solid sales self-development advice, that is well-thought-out, based on experience, and on which you can rely. Listen in to see how you can improve your sales by understanding fundamental sales advice.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Fundamentals for Effective Sales

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🎧 The Salesperson’s Secret Code

🎧 The Salesperson’s Secret Code

Veteran sales consultant and co-author of The Salesperson’s Secret Code, Ian Mills has been selling for about 38 years. He’s worked for some big multinational companies, and for the last 20 years has run a company called Transform Performance International. He has advised many global organizations on how they could improve their performance: how could they up their game selling wise? Wouldn’t you like to be able to unlock the salesperson secret code? Ian Mills, interviewed by John Golden, explores the secret of the top five or ten percent of salespeople, and what makes them successful.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: The Sales People Secret Code Training

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🎧 Accountability In Sales

🎧 Accountability In Sales

Accountability in sales is crucial, yet it’s often neglected. We’re all great at finding excuses. We can always find outside forces to back up our struggles. But who do excuses ultimately serve? In the end, excuses only hurt the people making them. We have to look at ourselves, and how we can take responsibility and put ourselves in the right position, and sales managers have to help their sales team get there. Mark Keating, interviewed by John Golden, explores this topic.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Accountability In Sales/a>

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🎧 FAST Principles

🎧 FAST Principles

Host John Golden sits down with Gordon Tredgold, author of FAST: 4 Principles Every Business Needs to Achieve Success and Drive Results, to understand why he chose 4 basic principles in his book. In the interview he goes over each in detail to help you achieve success through: Focus, Accountability, Simplicity, and Transparency.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: What are The FAST Principles?

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🎧 How to Deal With Difficult Clients in Sales

🎧 How to Deal With Difficult Clients in Sales

In this podcast from SalesPOP!, we are interviewing Robert Terson who has been a sales professional his entire adult life. After 40 years in business, he retired in 2010. Today, Rob writes, speaks, and does some limited coaching and training. He blogs regularly at Selling Fearlessly. His book, Selling Fearlessly, released in October 2012, has received rave reviews.

Today we will talk about the following points:

• What are some of the ways that you can put yourself on equal footage and ensure that you have the respect of the person you are interacting with?

• Why there is a need to be curious about the business in general and how it can help you gain better results in the wrong run?

• Nowadays, it is hard to get people’s attention, especially when buyers are becoming so good at avoiding being contacted. So how to deal with such situations!

In today’s world, there are so many shiny new toys out there and we are living in a shortcut culture where everything is quick and easy; diminishing the idea of work ethics. But it is a fact that if you put hard work in your every step, you can easily do better than 90% of the other people that don’t believe in putting the hard work in.

🎧 Become An Expert Salesperson

🎧 Become An Expert Salesperson

Being an expert salesperson is a choice. You must position yourself as an expert salesperson, and be intentional about making decisions that will help you rise to the top. However, not many people go after this top level of competition. If you intend to excel to the top of your field, Douglas Kruger has insider advice to share with you. Kruger discusses how to become an expert salesperson in this expert sales interview hosted by John Golden.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Become An Expert Salesperson

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🎧 Sales, Zombies and Revenue Risk, Oh My!

🎧 Sales, Zombies and Revenue Risk, Oh My!

The words uncertainty and risk can sound daunting. But, there is a way to demystify this scary topic and help people understand that uncertainty can be understood and approached. Risk management can give organizations a critical advantage over companies that ignore it, and avoid getting blindsided by situations that could be have been anticipated, managed, or mitigated. There are dozens of emerging tools and techniques for sales organizations to better understand uncertainty and risk, and use these for revenue planning. Andy Rudin and John Golden discuss sales and revenue risk in this expert sales webinar.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Sales, Zombies and Revenue Risk, Oh My!

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🎧 Revenue Risk

🎧 Revenue Risk

Revenue is like any other kind of natural resource. Every salesperson is out there looking for it, and there is only a limited amount of revenue potential. With risk comes uncertainty. Are we going to make our number? Risk, which is the quantification of uncertainty, comes with the uncertainty. John Golden interviews sales professional Andy Rudin on how to manage revenue risk.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Revenue Risk in Sales

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🎧 The Power of Small Things

🎧 The Power of Small Things

Do small things really make a big difference? Entrepreneur Kenton Lee is proof that a tiny idea can tackle massive things. Through his project The Shoe That Grows, he found a solution to a particular problem that he felt he could do something about. Interviewed by John Golden, Lee discusses how a small thing has now made a really big difference.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: The Power of Small Things

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🎧 Ultimate Sales

🎧 Ultimate Sales

The selling profession has been around for decades. Hal Becker has made his mark on the sales world as an author, professional speaker, and sales trainer. Interviewed by John Golden, Becker discusses his ultimate sales book and his experiences in the sales world.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Ultimate Sales

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