Welcome to the Confessions of a Serial Salesman The Podcast hosted by Author, Entrepreneur, Serial Salesman, Keynote Speaker, Sales Trainer and Social Selling Expert Steve Nudelberg. On this podcast you will find a mix of interviews which I have hosted with entrepreneurs, authors, and athletes.
Confessions of a Serial Salesman The Podcast with Tim Schmidt
In this episode, we discuss Tim’s entrepreneurial journey and lifelong advocacy for longevity, his book Amplifying Average and much more!!!
Confessions of a Serial Salesman The Podcast with Johnny Williams, Managing Partner at ProMotion Sports & Entertainment.
In this episode, we discuss Johnny’s journey from attorney to entrepreneur, his current business including the relationship with John Offerdahl's Gridiron Grill-Off, and much more!!!
Confessions of a Serial Salesman The Podcast with Traci Miller, Sr. Vice President Business Development & Shareholder at Miller Construction
In this episode, we discuss Traci's story, What it's like working in a family business, the power of a tagline (Relationships that build) and much more!!!
Confessions of a Serial Salesman The Podcast with Susan Renneisen, Vice President of Community Affairs & Special Events at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
In this episode, we discuss Susan’s story, her work as a community leader, the work she does with many charitable organizations, and much more!!!
Confessions of a Serial Salesman The Podcast with with Rob Thompson, Senior Director Athletic Development at University of New Haven
In this episode, we discuss his story, how his life was changed by one act of kindness and much more!!!
Confessions of a Serial Salesman The Podcast with Spero Georgedakis, CEO of Good Greek Franchises, LLC
In this episode, we discuss his journey from the police officer to entrepreneur, the origin of Good Greek and the story behind the name, and much more!!!
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Impactful, easy to implement and inspiring
When I first met Steve I immediately thought, “Here we go, another trainer (I’m in banking) to educate us on their respective philosophy on sales. Little did I know that this guy and his approach was completely different. His in-person teachings, book and podcast are consistent in its message and very easy to relate to and practice.
He not only educates us, he practices what he preaches. I heavily suggest this podcast to anyone that wants to master the skills of building relationships, whether you’re in sales or not. His rules pertain to everything in life, not just the business world.
Apollo Bank in Miami
I enjoy listening to Steve’s podcast while running in the morning. Very inspirational and positive. A great way to start the day. Keep up the “tell me something good” work!