What if there was a way that you could build a process to create an influx of inbound leads and be able to convert those to your perfect clients? For some businesses, sales is a struggle, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Wes Schaeffer, known as The Sales Whisperer, and the founder of the company with the same name, will share with you his two decades of experience in sales, giving you a simple four-part formula to build a process that attract a steady stream of new inbound leads- making selling more personal and profitable. Wes also talks about why he believes sales is a calling, and the breakthrough you can achieve by shifting your focus and serving rather than just selling.
Do you sometimes feel closed off to the idea of being sold, or even personally selling a product or service? The word “selling” often is associated as purely an act of forcing people to buy your products and services; however, Michelle Kopper, a leading voice, video, & visibility expert, takes the idea of selling, and transforms it as a way of creating connection. For Michelle, selling is serving and she encourages others to embrace self-promotion in this light. In this episode, Michelle shares her expertise to help you align your voice and create a bigger impact and contribution. Michelle also talks about some of the biggest belief mistakes that others have around selling, and offers strategies and some encouragement on networking.
Avoidance threatens your creativity. If you shy away from engaging due to fear of criticism, struggle being a people pleaser, or getting out of your comfort zone, then this conversation is for you. My guest, Dr. Andy Molinksy, is the definitive expert to help you reach your goals with a variety of unique strategies and insights on moving beyond your comfort zone. In this episode, Dr. Molinsky will share with you why “roadblocks” can keep you from meeting your potential, how to move past avoidance, and some insightful methods on how to overcome your challenges. Andy Molinksy is a professor at Brandeis University’s International Business School, and has been featured in Harvard Business Review, Inc. Magazine, Psychology Today,New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, and a whole lot more. If you're looking for a way to stretch your comfort zone and make a bigger impact in 2019, you’ll love this fun and fascinating conversation.
What if you could build a fool-proof system to not only run your business but grow it in the process and with less stress? Of course, most entrepreneurs would be excited to hear how! In this episode, Josh Fonger of Work the System, shares strategies of how getting on the other side of complexity can be the first step towards reducing stress, and in turn, making your staff more productive and the business scalable. Josh will also discuss how to tap into the framework of strategy versus tactics; how aligning your business can reduce stress, the key employee every business should have to stay aligned, and some of his personal breakthroughs by using these strategies. This is an episode that will give you more clarity, confidence, and direction.