Our guest this week is Sam Dunning, Sales Director and Co-Owner of Web Choice. Sam and John talk about marketing and sales alignment, positive impressions, and the future of the SDR role. They also discuss the term “thought leader” and why it’s not always the best term for some professionals.
Our guest this week is Ryan Leavitt, co-founder of Pillar Booth. Ryan has extensive experience when it comes to entrepreneurship. He’s talking with John about risk, building a team with the right people, and how Pillar Booth is designed to fix the modern day open office.
Our guest this week is David Nihill, bestselling author of Do You Talk Funny and Founder and Creative Director of FunnyBizz. David and John discuss a few topics that we’ve seen as important in the sales and public speaking space. David talks about managing fears instead of trying to overcome them, having a script vs. sounding scripted, and gives us some great pointers on delivering a strong keynote that’s not boring or too dull for your audience.
On this week’s episode we’re talking with Dr. Diane Hamilton, behavioral expert, CEO and Founder of Tonerra, and creator of The Curiosity Code Index®. She talks with us about our emotional quotient (EQ) and how it impacts our day to day in sales, and what hinders our curiosity. Dr. Hamilton believes that while it may be hard, constructive feedback is essential for growth and development.
On this week’s episode we’re talking with Scott Yorke of Proposify. Proposify does a great job of recognizing exemplary employees because of the positive impact they have on the team and Scott is talking to us today about the impact he’s had.
On this week’s episode we’re talking with Charlie Locke of SDR Nation. Charlie and John deep dive into what has changed from an SDR perspective in 2020, how the SDR role is viewed and what it takes to be successful.
On this week’s episode we’re talking with Dr. Howard Dover of The University of Texas at Dallas. Dr. Dover is one of few professors leading the charge in creating sales education programs for students. He talks with us about why sales is historically the least educated profession, why it’s disrespected and not appreciated by many professional circles in today’s business world, how the processes in sales are ever evolving, and how it’s taught in the best programs.
On this week’s episode, we’re talking to Proposify’s CEO, Kyle Racki. Kyle is going to give us some steps from The State of Proposals 2020 Report so we know what it is about proposals that make people sign them. He’s also going to talk about some hot topics like RFPs, images and proposals, making it easy to buy from you, and the top performing proposal practices in business today.
Logan Lyles joins us on the podcast this week to talk about all things media and how podcasts and other forms of content can be revenue generating machines as long as they're correctly created and leveraged appropriately by sales reps. Logan shares how reps can use content engagement as a catalyst for new conversations.
Sarah Brazier joins us on the podcast this week to discuss how she's coped with her transition from SDR to AE. Sarah's crushed her targets as an SDR and made the leap that most SDRs want to make, but it's very difficult to adapt to a totally different role. Here's how she's doing it...
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