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Mar 2024 - The Entrepreneurial Salesperson
I heard someone say that they treated their sales territory as if it were their own business. It seemed to make sense to me so I thought Scott and I should discuss the pros and cons of thinking like an entrepreneur.
So be ready to take control as Scott and I venture into a capitalist discussion about The Entrepreneurial Salesperson on Episode 605 of the Winning at Selling podcast.
Feb 2024 - Referrals: Asking, Giving and Receiving
The most successful salespeople will admit the best leads they receive are from referrals. Referrals serve as evidence of a “transfer of trust.” What have we shared about building trust in a sales conversation. It’s the only way you receive honest answers. When the TIMING is right and TRUST is high, you increase your chances of converting a lead to a commitment.
So, think about who you’d like to refer this episode to - as Bill, and I discuss Referrals: Asking, Giving and Receiving and other miraculous matters on episode 604 of the Winning at Selling Podcast
Feb 2024 – Special Guest Mark Hunter (The Sales Hunter)
Some believe that a salesperson is born, not made, while other believe a salesperson is made and not born? Leaving us with the question, are some people psychologically predisposed to be better at selling? Or can anyone, with the proper training and motivation become a high performing sales professional? It’s an interesting question that deserves to be explored.
So, take off your tinfoil caps as Scott and I welcome author and sales leader, Mark Hunter: The Sales Hunter to Episode 603 of the Winning at Selling podcast.
Feb 2024 – Keeping a Positive Attitude When Sales are Down
Sales is an emotional career. We trade our time and hope our wager turns into a winning hand. But not everything is within our control. The marketplace is changing, the economy is in flex. While we need to keep our head up while moving forward. That may not be as easy as said.
If you want to learn how to manage the changing time, stay tuned as Bill, and I discuss Keeping a Positive Attitude When Sales are Down and other uplifting topics on episode 602 of the Winning at Selling Podcast.
Feb 2024 - Work Habits of Top Sales People
John Maxwell says that “The key to your success is found in your daily routine.” The highest paid and most successful salespeople have developed routines that get them focused on the most crucial tasks to drive their sales. You can change your level of success by developing better work habits.
So, pull out your Day Timer as Scott and I discuss Work Habits of Top Sales People and other helpful ideas on Episode 601 of the Winning at Selling podcast.
Jan 2024 - Special Guest Joe Schmit
As the adage goes – the separation is in the preparation. Add other famous quotes like – Professionals don’t practice on prospects – throw in a sports analogy - and I think you will uncover the theme of today’s show.
So, suit up as Bill, and I welcome speaker, author and sportscaster, Joe Schmit to discuss How Sports Professionals Practice on episode 600 of the Winning at Selling Podcast.
Love this podcast!
Listening to the interview with Sam Silverstein. Great information on accountability, responsibility and commitment.
Thank you, Bill and Scott, for all that you do! I look forward to your podcasts and appreciate the applicable, relevant, and on-point advice that you share. You both are also professional and personable. I highly recommend your sales training and guidance and you deserve a 5-star rating! I feel like you both are my mentors. Your wisdom and guidance is practical and always appreciated!
I have learned a ton from these guys....very practical with tools and tips, while also philosophical (offering the 'why' behind their recommendations). THANK YOU, and wishing Steve the best possible health in the year ahead. I'm pulling for you, Steve!