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“Cracking the Sales Code” (with Jason Jordan)
"Cracking the Sales Code" with Jason Jordan Jason Jordan is my guest in the LockerRoom this week. Jason is the co-author[...]
“Elements of Sales Success” (with Anthony Iannarino)
Anthony is a highly respected international speaker, author, entrepreneur, and sales leader specializing in the complex business-to-business sale. Anthony is best known for his work at The Sales Blog, which has helped him gain recognition as a top thought leader in sales strategy.
“Leadership in Crisis” (with Jeff Wolf)
"Leadership in Crisis" with Jeff Wolf This week on #BizLockerRadio, Jeff Wolf joins me to talk about his new book, "7[...]
“Social Selling, Fact or Fiction?” (with Jack Kosakowski)
"Sales will always be difficult and time will never be on your side. This is where prioritizing time management on a variety of buyer channels comes in. You have to block out time for social and make it a priority on a daily basis."
“Create a Compelling Brand” (with Josh Miles)
Building a compelling brand is critical to your company's success, and it won't happen by accident. Join me on #BizLockerRadio this week as I welcome marketing guru (and Business LockerRoom coach), Josh Miles, to the show.
“Sales Leadership 101” (with Donald Hatter)
Defining one's value proposition will be beneficial when selling a product or service, or selling yourself in an interview, or selling your ideas in meetings and presentations. Don's book details 10 common mistakes that sales leaders make that hinder their ability to acquire new clients. All professionals, whether in traditional sales roles or not, can benefit by avoiding these common mistakes and I hope to get to all ten of them in this interview!
“The Death of Selling?” (with Dave Brock)
Some social selling advocates have projected the loss of over 1 million B2B sales jobs by 2020, and while Dave is a supporter of social media as a sales tool, he thoroughly disagrees with that conclusion. We will also talk about the impact of social media on selling and the ways in which companies must respond and adapt - or become irrelevant.
“Sales is Not Magic” (with Alice Heiman)
Alice spent the first 13 years of her career as a teacher, but later went to work for her parents, who just happened to be part of (then) Miller Heiman, Inc., a world-renowned sales training company. Once upon a time, the books Conceptual Selling and Strategic Selling from Miller-Heiman were the two books that became the cornerstone of my own sales career. I am really excited to talk to Alice about her experiences there, and to discuss the ways in which she develops world-class sales organizations today.
“The Myths of Communication” (with Steven Gaffney)
Communication is hard in the best of times. Add a little stress and some bad assumptions, and and communication can fall off a cliff in a hurry. In the process of trying to correct some of the communication challenges that leaders face, they often back into one or more of the communication myths that get passed around like old wives tales. In this interview, Steven will help us navigate around these communication killers.
“The Science of Selling” (with Mark Roberge)
Mark Roberge makes an encore appearance on BizLocker Radio. Well known as the architect of Hubspot's meteoric growth ($0 to $100 million in 8 years), most people are surprised to learn that Mark's background is not in sales or marketing. He's an engineer...well, was an engineer. Now he's the CRO of Hubspot. Join BizLocker Radio this week to learn his secrets!
“Master the Pitch” (with Oren Klaff)
Neuroeconomics? What? That's right -- neuroscience, psychology, and economics all play a critical role in your effectiveness in presenting your product or service. If you want to learn more about the psychology of selling, how people make decisions, and how you can use very specific techniques to change the way you are perceived as a salesperson, make sure you get a copy of "Pitch Anything."
“The Marketing of the Future” (with Joe Pulizzi)
If you want to learn about content marketing, why not start with the guy who created the topic? Joe is the guy who coined the phrase "content marketing," and his new book details how you can use it effectively in your business.
“Simplifying Sales Management” (with Mike Weinberg)
Well-known in the sales training world for his hard-hitting best-seller, "New Sales. Simplified.", Mike is back with his familiar straightforward style to discuss sales MANAGEMENT. Join us as we discuss the many blunders that sales managers make in leading sales teams and how to address those issues right now!
“Sales Development 3.0” (with Trish Bertuzzi)
"Sales development" is all about the front end of the sales process. “People have been using the term ‘sales development’ since the 1980s,” Trish says. “But only in the past four years or so has it become reality.” The methods and technology in this arena are changing rapidly. We'll find out what's working -- and what's not!
“High-Profit Selling” (with Mark Hunter)
Mark not only consults with some of the biggest companies in the U.S., he spent 18 years in the sales and marketing divisions of three Fortune 100 companies. To say he is qualified to talk about selling -- especially to large companies -- is quite an understatement! In 2014, he was honored by Top Sales World as one of the "Top 50 Sales and Marketing Influencers."
“Fanatical Prospecting” (with Jeb Blount)
Jeb Blount is back in the LockerRoom this week, and we are going to talk about his brand new book, "Fanatical Prospecting." Learn how to open sales conversations and build your pipeline by leveraging social media, email, text, telephone, and more!! Need more opportunities in your pipeline? Don't miss this one!
“Mentoring for Entrepreneurs” (with John Frazier)
John has interviewed some of the great thought leaders in business and entrepreneurship -- Simon Sinek ("Start with Why"), Peter Thiel ("Zero to ONE"), and Jon Taffer (Bar Rescue). We will learn from his personal experience as a tech start-up founder, and from his amazing interviews with these business giants.
“The Restaurant Doctor” (with Bill Marvin)
Hey, don't think this episode is only about restaurants, hospitality, or food service. After years as an owner and operator or restaurants, clubs, and hotels., Bill has identified and understands the human factors that are common to the success and growth of all types of service businesses!

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