98 episodes

Your customer needs a hero. Will you answer the call?

The Buyer's Mind with Jeff Shore is a B2C sales training podcast dedicated to helping you increase your sales numbers by understanding your customers in a deeper way. Whether you’re buying a magazine, a mobile phone, a new car or a new home, we all go through surprisingly similar thought patterns during a purchase cycle. Jeff’s podcast is about the psychology behind those thought patterns—the obvious and subtle considerations that lead someone to buy (or often not buy) a product. What sets Jeff apart from other sales trainers in his field is a continued focus on the experience of the the buyer, not the seller.

In addition to his weekly podcast, Jeff Shore is a highly sought-after sales expert, speaker, author and entrepreneur. He is the CEO and founder of Shore Consulting which offers a variety of B2C sales training events throughout the United States. His sales training programs teach sales professionals to abandon scripted sales presentations, obnoxious closing lines and other antiquated “used car salesman” techniques in order to make meaningful, emotion-centered connections with their customers. These sales strategies have proven incredibly successful: last year alone, Jeff’s residential real estate sales training clients sold over $25 billion in residential real estate.

Are you are a sales manager or executive looking for ways to increase profits and grow your company by updating outdated sales techniques and increasing the leadership and decision making skills of your staff? Are you a front line sales professional simply looking to master the art of persuasion? The Buyer’s Mind was designed for you. Learn more. Earn more. Enjoy your life more!

The Buyer's Mind: Sales Training with Jeff Shore Jeff Shore

    • Business
    • 5.0, 3 Ratings

Your customer needs a hero. Will you answer the call?

The Buyer's Mind with Jeff Shore is a B2C sales training podcast dedicated to helping you increase your sales numbers by understanding your customers in a deeper way. Whether you’re buying a magazine, a mobile phone, a new car or a new home, we all go through surprisingly similar thought patterns during a purchase cycle. Jeff’s podcast is about the psychology behind those thought patterns—the obvious and subtle considerations that lead someone to buy (or often not buy) a product. What sets Jeff apart from other sales trainers in his field is a continued focus on the experience of the the buyer, not the seller.

In addition to his weekly podcast, Jeff Shore is a highly sought-after sales expert, speaker, author and entrepreneur. He is the CEO and founder of Shore Consulting which offers a variety of B2C sales training events throughout the United States. His sales training programs teach sales professionals to abandon scripted sales presentations, obnoxious closing lines and other antiquated “used car salesman” techniques in order to make meaningful, emotion-centered connections with their customers. These sales strategies have proven incredibly successful: last year alone, Jeff’s residential real estate sales training clients sold over $25 billion in residential real estate.

Are you are a sales manager or executive looking for ways to increase profits and grow your company by updating outdated sales techniques and increasing the leadership and decision making skills of your staff? Are you a front line sales professional simply looking to master the art of persuasion? The Buyer’s Mind was designed for you. Learn more. Earn more. Enjoy your life more!

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knowledge, information, inspiration

Found this while looking for inspiration when starting a new sales job. Has opened my eyes to sales psychology, helped motivate me. Introduced me to other trainers. Fuelled my reading list and thirst for knowledge.

Andrew5-28 ,

A sales podcast focusing on the buyer's mentality

What a fascinating focus for a sales-related podcast. Instead of focus on the seller, Jeff discusses the mentality of buyers. In this way, we can try to step into our customers' shoes and understand better what they are thinking and how we can better help them (and so sell more).

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