Live in-studio, 2015 NASCAR track champion and driver of the #54 Toyota Racing Camry in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, Julia Landauer joins us to discuss how she helped get her racing team in prime position by providing value to clients and launching a successful speaking career. PLUS...selling sports is selling fun. Vice President of Ticket Sales for the NBA's Charlotte Hornets stopped by the studio to discuss selling entertainment and what challenges he sees in his young sales staff and how to combat them.
John Ruhlin, author of Giftology, joins us to talk about how he's used generosity to develop relationships with his clients and increase his bottom line. PLUS...if you don't use Linkedin or aren't sure you're using as well as you could be you'll want to tune in for tips and a great opportunity to learn more. And as always we're answering your burning sales questions from twitter, facebook and reddit.com/r/sales.
Mike is the definition of sales courage. He risked his savings, his house and his pride, all in an effort to sell the world’s strongest cup of coffee. He’s taken the Deathwish brand from relative unknown to Superbowl fame after his company’s commercial was featured in last year’s game. Mike’s story is inspiring and the lessons he shares are powerful to anyone out there grinding that sales pavement.
A special bonus for the Sell or Die early adopters, our full interview with smart guy, sales hacker, entrepreneur Max Altschuler. An edited version aired on our last episode but this has some extra goodies that we cut for time. Listen. Learn. Earn. Sell or die.