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🎧 Crushing Mediocrity

🎧 Crushing Mediocrity

Mediocrity, in many ways, has become the new norm in business as we’ve lowered standards, and been overcome by a more casual culture. These tendencies, however, can be detrimental to success. Sticking with the status quo only serves to limit salespeople and their potential. Lisa Copeland, interviewed by John Golden, discusses crushing mediocrity to succeed in business.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Crushing Mediocrity

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🎧 Overcoming Obstacles in Sales

🎧 Overcoming Obstacles in Sales

Our life is our own creating. And yet, many do not embrace overcoming obstacles very well. Much of life may feel like an objective truth, or an external reality that is beyond our control, but overcoming obstacles can lead to fruitful discoveries and unexpected growth, both on a personal level, and professional level. Isaac Lidsky, interviewed by John Golden, discusses a frightening and challenging experience that ultimately led to profound insights into the way that the human mind works and how to truly live life.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Overcoming Obstacles

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🎧 Developing Self-Awareness

🎧 Developing Self-Awareness

SalesPOP podcast episode hosted by John Golen is interviewing with Evan Carmichael who is an internet entrepreneur. At age 19, he built and sold a biotech software company. At age 22, he was a venture capitalist helping startups raise funds ranging from $500,000 to $15 million. Evan now runs Evan Carmichael.com, a website to help entrepreneurs.

John and Evan go over the below topics:

• What is the exact meaning of self-awareness and why it is so critical?

• How to encourage people to figure out their core values?

• What is the next step to achieve after identifying the importance of your core values?

• How to learn from other people and make them our model to proceed in life?

• How to help people realize that they can follow a model and get success in life?

Today, we live in a very strange culture i.e. the comparison culture as we all have these social media interactions and it’s very easy to fall into the trap of constant comparison and it’s very self-defeating and is false in many ways too. We should find new-new ways to tackle these kinds of circumstances.

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🎧 Embrace The Chaos

🎧 Embrace The Chaos

Bob Miglani is an expert on how to embrace the chaos. He came to America from India as a child. His family opened a Dairy Queen, where he learned that if you work hard, everything will take care of itself. He went on to a corporate career with tremendous success, becoming the top salesperson at his company. After the recession hit in 2008, though, he began to realize that working hard doesn’t always guarantee success, and there are a lot of outside factors outside of our control that influence how we live our lives. Miglani, interviewed by John Golden, tells the story of how he learned to embrace the chaos and uncertainty of life to find success, both personally and professionally.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Embrace The Chaos

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🎧 Win Back Your Life

🎧 Win Back Your Life

“While it may not occur to us on a daily basis, there is a widespread cultural tendency toward quick decisions and quick action. This pattern has resulted in many of society’s greatest successes, but even more of its failures. Though the root cause is by no means malicious, we have begun to reward speed over quality, and the negative effects suffered in both our personal and professional lives are potentially catastrophic.” Have you suffered some of these catastrophic effects by getting too caught up in quantity over quality? Dan Pontefract, interviewed by John Golden, explores how to win back your life with open thinking.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Open Thinking for Salespeople

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🎧 Exercise Your Courage

🎧 Exercise Your Courage

Along with his professional credentials, our guest speaker explains how his earlier school background as a high diver is the genesis for the research that he has done on courage. His story as a springboard diver forced him to face his profound fear of heights in order to eventually become a member of the US high dive team. Courage is often referred to as the first virtue in business and leadership. Courage allows you to do things that are hard, scary and challenging. The sacrifice paid is often to encounter your fear. There is a danger is the status quo, there is the risk in action and also a risk of inaction as competitors start to bypass us.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Exercise Your Courage

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🎧 Sales Differentiation

🎧 Sales Differentiation

Lee Salz: Founder and CEO of Sales Architects, author of several books including Sales Differentiation which was awarded by Top Sales World the silver medal for top sales book of 2018. The philosophy of the book was developed by Lee over the last 30 years and is applicable to any industry and company of any size; the more effective you are at differentiating the more effective you will be at protecting your price margin.

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🎧 Rolling With The Sales Punches

🎧 Rolling With The Sales Punches

Selling is a contact sport. If you can’t roll with the sales punches, you get knocked out. You need to get back up, and close.” This quote off of Catherine Brinkman’s LinkedIn is a metaphor discussed throughout this video interview, hosted by John Golden. In sales, if you knocked down over and over again, it becomes harder to get back up. It is even harder to get back into it, becoming exposed to another flurry of potential punches. Salespeople can often get stuck in this rut, making it difficult to hear repeated “no’s.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Rolling With The Sales Punches

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🎧 How To Become A Happionaire

🎧 How To Become A Happionaire

John Golden interviews Yogest Chabria on his philosophy, the happionaire way. The happionaire way is an idea that being happy is important for business, personal life, health, overall relationships, and especially sales. “If you are happy doing what you do, you will do it will,” said Chabria. “And you will even succeed at it.” The idea is to create a holistic approach so that salespeople are not only fulfilled in their work-life but also fulfilled with life as a whole.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: How to Become A Happionaire

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