15 episodes

We are 4 people who want to make sales more authentic and approachable. We focus on knowing yourself, then understanding other people so that you can build more trust and that leads to more sales.
Being students of personality, we talk a lot about a popular personality assessment called DISC. We talk about who we are on that scale, and how we have to pivot towards people in other areas.

Sales Throwdown Sales Throwdown

    • Business
    • 5.0, 22 Ratings

We are 4 people who want to make sales more authentic and approachable. We focus on knowing yourself, then understanding other people so that you can build more trust and that leads to more sales.
Being students of personality, we talk a lot about a popular personality assessment called DISC. We talk about who we are on that scale, and how we have to pivot towards people in other areas.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

Mr Pikey ,

Honest

This is a candid look into the challenges of modern salesmanship. Definitely worth a listen especially if you’re in sales.

WhyAmINotSignedIn? ,

Very Insightful

The episodes I’ve listened to have put into concrete terms many of the things that we kind of “know” in the back of our minds. It provides a structured way of thinking about sales. I am impressed by how well four different personalities mesh. I also appreciate the themes that guide much of the podcast (DISC, “the process”, working the numbers, etc.).

The show might benefit from having segments to break it up a little bit so it doesn’t seem so stream-of-consciousness. Maybe have a show doc that outlines what questions will be answered during the show and break those questions up into 3 or 4 distinct sections? Just proposing one “process” that might help the show feel like its length is appropriate. Also, verbal tics can be distracting. For instance, if I’m listening (right?) and the sentence gets broken up into four pieces (right?) between the start of the sentence and the end (right?) I may forget what the point was at the beginning of said sentence (right?). Lastly, I know that there is one cast member whose whole deal is that he’s an a**hole and doesn’t care, but I have other options for podcasts, so if I don’t like the a-hole, I can go find another podcast sans a-hole. I’d recommend not making light of suicide for effect.

I’m several episodes behind, so some of these recommendations may be moot at this point, but I hope it’s of some help. All-in-all, this podcast seems invaluable (or at the very least, extremely relatable) for anyone in sales.

rebbbyyyyyy ,

The Fantastic Four

These four individuals each bring something of great value to the table. By only hearing a few podcasts, I feel like I’ve learned some quality information that I can take into any aspect of my life!

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