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Aug 31, 2016

Donal Daly is CEO and Founder of Altify, and author of Amazon #1 best-seller, Account Planning in Salesforce. Donal combines his expertise in enterprise software applications, artificial intelligence, and sales methodology, as he continues to transform how progressive organizations sell. In this episode, Donal and I review the major findings from the recent Altify study, Global Buyer/Seller Value Index 2016. Among the topics we discuss are what it means to create value through the sales process, how to effectively manage your sales opportunities, and the statistical link between engaging buyers early in their buying process and the sellers’ win rate.   

 

CONTACT DONAL DALY

 

Website: www.altify.com

Download: Buyer/Seller Value Index 2016

Aug 30, 2016

Joining me for the second time is Richard (Dick) Ruff, of Sales Momentum, a top sales trainer and leading expert on major accounts selling. Dick has authored many books, including Mastering Major Accounts Selling and is co-author with Neil Rackam, on Managing Major Sales. In this episode, Dick and I do a deep dive into the field of sales training. Among the range of subjects we cover are: why sales training needs to change, the inevitable changes in the future of sales training, and why companies need to invest in both sales training and sales education.

 

MORE ABOUT RICHARD RUFF

What's the most powerful sales tool in your arsenal?
Past references.

Name the one tool or app you use for sales or sales management that you can’t live without.
Google.

Who's your sales role model?
Neil Rackham.

What's the one book that every salesperson should read? 
SPIN Selling by Neil Rackham

 

CONTACT RICHARD RUFF

 

Websites:

www.salesmomentum.com

www.salestrainingconnection.com  

Aug 29, 2016

Joining me in this episode is Paul Smith, author of Sell with a Story, Lead with a Story, and Parenting with a Story – all of which are great books on why we need to incorporate storytelling into every aspect of our lives. As I’ve said before in this podcast, stories should be an essential part of every sales professional’s arsenal. Salespeople can use stories to differentiate themselves from their competitors, and to build rapport and trust with their prospects. In my discussion with Paul he gives you great advice about how to incorporate stories into your selling.

 

MORE ABOUT PAUL SMITH

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
My storytelling.

 

CONTACT PAUL SMITH

Website: www.leadwithastory.com

Aug 27, 2016

Joining me on this episode is Bobbie Foedisch, Founding Partner and Chief Social Selling Officer at All About Leverage. Among the topics Bobbie and I discuss in this episode are how sales reps need to replace their old-fashioned sales processes with modern techniques to identify and engage with prospects. Bobbie shares here strategies for using social media to turn cold calls into warm leads to fill your funnel and for increasing your conversion and retention rates.

 

MORE ABOUT Bobbie Foedisch

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
Speaking - being able to engage one or 500 people on the content I’m speaking about.

Who is your sales role model?
Shout-outs to: Scott Messer of Sales Revolution, Steve Kloyda of Prospecting Expert, and some of the top social media experts like Koka Sexton from LinkedIn.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference, by Malcolm Gladwell

What music is on your playlist right now?

I have a lot of Motown on there, but I listen to everything.

 

CONTACT Bobbie Foedisch

 

Website: www.allaboutleveragellc.com

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/bobbiefoedisch

Twitter: @LinkedInBobbie

Aug 26, 2016

My regular guest on Front Line Friday is Bridget Gleason. We lead off this episode with a listener question about how sales reps can establish themselves as a credible expert in the eyes of their customer. Then, we dive into another edition of Friday Book Club. Join us as Bridget and I provide our recommendations for the books we have recently read that can inspire, motivate and teach you how to elevate your sales.

 

MORE ABOUT BRIDGET GLEASON

My most powerful sales tool?

LinkedIn Navigator.

One book every salesperson should read?

Winner’s Dream by Bill McDermott.

My first job in sales?

Selling and networking products and desktop computers for Xerox.

Music that psyches me up before an important sales call?

I tend to go quiet, and focus and role play the call instead of listening to music.

 

CONTACT BRIDGET GLEASON

Bridget is VP of Corporate Sales at SumoLogic. With more than twenty years of sales and sales management experience in the technology sector, Bridget joined SumoLogic’s executive team to lead and grow their inside sales organization. Her recent experience includes being VP of Sales for Yesware and SVP of Worldwide Sales for Engine Yard.

 

Contact Bridget:

Website: www.sumologic.com

Aug 25, 2016

Daniel Barber, Vice President of Revenue at Node, joins me on this episode to talk about account-based intelligence, a term coined by Node to describe their platform, to help make account-based marketing and account-based selling much more effective and efficient. Join us now, as Daniel and I dive into what Node is doing to boost sales productivity by helping sales reps talk to the right people, at the right time, with the right message!   

 

MORE ABOUT Daniel Barber

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
Insight.

Who is your sales role model?
Mark Kenny.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success, by Adam Grant

What music is on your playlist right now?

I am a frequent shuffler on SoundCloud; Mad3 just had a new hit, called Go, that I would listen to right now. 

What’s the question you get asked most frequently by salespeople?

How do I find the next customer?

 

CONTACT Daniel Barber

 

Email: Daniel@node.io

Twitter: @gaijindan

LinkedIn: Daniel Barber

Aug 24, 2016

Michael Nick is a Principal at Technology Finance Partners, founder of ROI4Sales and bestselling author of ROI Selling and Adapt or Fail: Process with Power. In this episode Michael and I talk about how your customer’s process of gathering and evaluating information, and making decisions about products and services is evolving and how sales reps need to change with it. Michael shares why sales reps need to increase their business acumen to effectively communicate with decision makers and influencers. This is a must listen!

 

MORE ABOUT Michael Nick

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
Probably the fact that I have books and I have the experience of doing all the things that I talk about.

Who is your sales role model?
David Sandler.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
You Can't Teach a Kid to Ride a Bike at a Seminar, by David H Sandler and John Hayes

What music is on your playlist right now?

Chuck Lange, a local artist in Wisconsin.

What’s the question you get asked most frequently by salespeople?

How do I open doors when people don’t answer?

 

CONTACT Michael Nick

 

www.michaeljnick.com

www.roi4sales.com

Aug 23, 2016

James Carbary is the founder of Sweet Fish Media and co-host of the B2B Growth Show, a podcast about B2B sales and marketing. In this episode, James and I talk about some of the tools that B2B companies can use to create relationships with their ideal clients. Join us as James shares his strategies for how companies should use podcasting to create awareness and engage with potential prospects.

 

MORE ABOUT James Carbary

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
The podcast.

Who is your sales role model?
Gary Vaynerchuk.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie.

What music is on your playlist right now?

I’ve been listening to Justin Bieber's new album. 

 

CONTACT JAMES CARBARY

www.sweetfishmedia.com

www.b2bgrowthshow.com

Email: James@sweetfishmedia.com

Aug 22, 2016

Jeffrey Lipsius is the President and Founder of Selling To The Point. He is the author of an interesting new book called, Selling to the Point: Because The Information Age Demands a New Way to Sell. In this episode Jeffrey and I discuss how selling (and buying) have changed and the impact these changes are having on sales reps. Among the many topics we explore are the important steps sales reps can take to increase their influence with their prospects and how reps can become a “decision coach” to help customers make better purchase decisions.

 

MORE ABOUT Jeffrey Lipsius

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
Asking questions.

Who is your sales role model?
Timothy Gallwey, author of The Inner Game.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
Power Questions by Ded C

What music is on your playlist right now?

My favorite band is Yes. 

What’s the question you get asked most frequently by salespeople?

How do you get customers to trust you? It’s not even something you think about, you just make sure the customer trusts themselves, because it’s not even about you!

 

CONTACT JEFFREY LIPSIUS

Contact Jeffrey:

Website: www.sellingtothepoint.com

Email: JeffL@sellingtothepoint.com

Aug 20, 2016

Cara Hogan is the content marketing manager for InsightSquared. In this episode, Cara and I talk about the critical sales and marketing alignment, how how to create content that aligns with the requirements of sales reps, how to track sales reps’ engagement with content, how to support account-based selling and account-based marketing models with content, and much more.

 

CONTACT CARA HOGAN

Website: www.insightsquared.com/blog or

www.insightsquared.com/podcast

Twitter: @carahogan27

Aug 19, 2016

My regular guest on Front Line Friday is Bridget Gleason. In this episode, Bridget and I dive into the topic of how to create meaningful career paths in sales, especially for SDRs in inside sales organizations. in B2B and SaaS  which ties closely with the listener question I received via LinkedIn, on how to find a sales job. A relevant question I hear about frequently, relates to how Sales Development Reps (SDR) don't see a clear career path for themselves, especially millennials. Join us now, as Bridget and I explore these topics, and more, on this edition of Front Line Friday.

 

MORE ABOUT BRIDGET GLEASON

My most powerful sales tool?

LinkedIn Navigator.

One book every salesperson should read?

Winner’s Dream by Bill McDermott.

My first job in sales?

Selling and networking products and desktop computers for Xerox.

Music that psyches me up before an important sales call?

I tend to go quiet, and focus and role play the call instead of listening to music.

 

CONTACT BRIDGET GLEASON

Bridget is VP of Corporate Sales at SumoLogic. With more than twenty years of sales and sales management experience in the technology sector, Bridget joined SumoLogic’s executive team to lead and grow their inside sales organization. Her recent experience includes being VP of Sales for Yesware and SVP of Worldwide Sales for Engine Yard.

Website: www.sumologic.com

Aug 18, 2016

Steve Waterhouse is founder and president of Predictive Results, and author of The Team Selling Solution: Creating and Managing Teams That Win the Complex Sale.

In this episode, Steve shares the series of assessment tools he has developed to help managers hire the best people. Among the many topics Steve and I cover are what it means to hire the best, how to identify, interview, screen and hire sales candidates who can become top performers, and how to actually test and verify the qualifications of sales candidates.   

 

MORE ABOUT STEVE WATERHOUSE

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
The client - finding out what their need is, always tells me where to go.

What tool do you use for sales management that you can’t live without?

The Predictive Index.

Who is your sales role model?
My Dad.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

What music is on your playlist right now?

Classical music, Beach Boys (probably the music I play the loudest), Easy Jazz (in the office).

What’s the one question you get asked most frequently by salespeople?

How do I get more leads? Do a better job with your existing clients and ask them for referrals.

 

CONTACT STEVE WATERHOUSE

 

Website: www.predictiveresults.com

Email Steve: steve@predictiveresults.com

Aug 17, 2016

My guest is Shep Hyken, a leading expert in Customer Service and the Customer Experience, a Hall of Fame Speaker, and New York Times & Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Cult of the Customer and The Amazement Revolution. Among the many topics Shep and I discuss are the experience economy and how that influences how you sell and support your customers. He lays out the critical difference between customer service and customer success, and describes his 6-step program for building a culture of customer service in your team.

 

MORE ABOUT SHEP HYKEN

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
I think reputation has a whole lot to do with it - the confidence that we create through the reputation we have.

Who is your sales role model?
You (Andy Paul). Also, Zig Ziglar and Tom Hopkins.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
The Experience Economy by B. Joseph Pine II and James H. Gilmore.

What music is on your playlist right now?

I love Eric Clapton; Santana, The Allman Brothers.

 

CONTACT SHEP HYKEN

Website: www.shephyken.com

Google: “Shep Hyken”

Aug 16, 2016

On this episode, I talk to Colleen Francis, founder of Engage Selling and author of a great book titled, Nonstop Sales Boom: Powerful Strategies to Drive Consistent Growth Year After Year. Driven by her passion for transforming sales results, Colleen helps businesses and sales leaders to hone their sales processes, allowing them to seize market opportunities. Among the range of topics Colleen and I discuss are how to discover if your sales process needs a checkup, how to overcome the primary causes of chronic “boom & bust” cycles in your sales results, and how to become an effective coach as a sales manager.

 

MORE ABOUT COLLEEN FRANCIS

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
Honesty, genuineness.

Who is your sales role model?
My Dad.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
Million Dollar Referrals by Alan Wise

Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts--Becoming the Person You Want to Be by Mark Reiter and Marshall Goldsmith

What music is on your playlist right now?

The Tragically Hip right now and Coldplay.

 

CONTACT COLLEEN FRANCIS

Website: www.engageselling.com

YouTube: Colleen Francis

Facebook: Engage Selling Solutions Inc.

Aug 15, 2016

Joining me on this episode is Cathy Salit, CEO of Performance of a Lifetime and author of Performance Breakthrough: A Radical Approach to Success at Work. Cathy joins me for a fascinating conversation about how to use performance-based skills to help you achieve a greater level of success in sales. Cathy shares how you can use improvisation tools to have incredibly effective conversation with prospects and to become the seller who you’d like to be.

 

MORE ABOUT CATHY SALIT

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
I get people excited about the idea of being both who you are and who you are not, yet.

Who is your sales role model?
Oprah Winfrey.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
To Sell Is Human by Daniel Pink.

What music is on your playlist right now?

Hamilton.

 

CONTACT CATHY SALIT

Website: www.performanceofalifetime.com

Book Excerpt: Performance Breakthrough

Facebook: @CathySalitAuthor

Twitter: @CathySalit

LinkedIn: Cathy Salit

Aug 13, 2016

Jonathan Rivera, founder of The Podcast Factory, joins me in this episode to talk about how to use podcasting as an effective sales tool. In addition to hosting/co-hosting six podcasts, he’s also a consultant that helps people turn podcasts from hobbies into profitable businesses. Listen now to discover more about podcasting and its intimate connection to sales. Learn about when a company should start their own podcast and how to use it to drive more engagement with prospects.

 

MORE ABOUT JONATHAN RIVERA

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
My ability to listen, and then feed that information back in a succinct fashion.

Who is your sales role model?
I’m a student of direct response marketing so I study all the old grades, likes Halbert, Colliere...

What’s one book that every entrepreneur should read?
The E-Myth by Michael Gilbert.

What music is on your playlist right now?

Movie Scores for Focus, a playlist on Amazon. 

 

CONTACT JONATHAN RIVERA

Website: www.thepodcastfactory.com/accelerate

Aug 12, 2016

My regular guest on Front Line Friday is Bridget Gleason. In this episode, Bridget and I dive into how to rebuild your confidence. We all go through highs and lows, and sometimes we hit a slump. So, how do you find the motivation to pick yourself up, get back on track and build a self-sustaining level of confidence? How do you make sure you’ve got the tools at hand so that when you fall into a slump, you can recognize and get out of them quickly? Join us now to discover tips and tools to help you get out of slump & rebuild your confidence.

 

MORE ABOUT BRIDGET GLEASON

My most powerful sales tool?

LinkedIn Navigator.

One book every salesperson should read?

Winner’s Dream by Bill McDermott.

My first job in sales?

Selling and networking products and desktop computers for Xerox.

Music that psyches me up before an important sales call?

I tend to go quiet, and focus and role play the call instead of listening to music.

 

CONTACT BRIDGET GLEASON

Bridget is VP of Corporate Sales at SumoLogic. With more than twenty years of sales and sales management experience in the technology sector, Bridget joined SumoLogic’s executive team to lead and grow their inside sales organization. Her recent experience includes being VP of Sales for Yesware and SVP of Worldwide Sales for Engine Yard.

Website: www.sumologic.com

Aug 11, 2016

In this episode, I talk to Peter Gracey, CEO of QuotaFactory. Quota Factory has integrated 14 years of sales development expertise into a Personal Relationship Management (PRM) platform, with the goal of streamlining and improving the sale development process. Join me now as Peter and I talk about the art and the science of sales development. And, how a conversation-focused approach to prospecting drives increased sales productivity.

 

MORE ABOUT Peter Gracey

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
I think I’m very personable in the sales process. I think likeability and establishing a comfort level and rapport are my biggest strengths.

Who is your sales role model?
My former boss, Ellen and my GM from the hotel I worked at, Tom Smalley. 

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
The Sales Development Playbook, by Trish Bertuzzi

What music is on your playlist right now?

A Tribe Called Quest, Barney and Raphy, 90’s Alternative (Nirvana, Pearl Jam). 

 

CONTACT Peter Gracey

 

Website: www.quotafactory.com 

Aug 10, 2016

Leading sales trainer, Skip Miller is the President of M3Learning, a proactive sales management and sales training company. He’s also author of the bestselling books, Selling Above and Below the Line, Proactive Selling and Proactive Sales Management. In this episode, the topic of discussion is one of my favorites, sales training. Skip and I talk about the current state of the sales training field and the essential emerging trends in sales training as it evolves to meet the demands of the modern sales organization.

 

MORE ABOUT Skip Miller

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
Questions.

What tool do you use for sales management that you can’t live without?

Managing frequencies and competencies!

Revenue = competencies & frequencies.  

Who is your sales role model?
A former manager, Kevin.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
I could not make out the title of the book @[29:53]

What music is on your playlist right now?

38 Special.

What’s the question you get asked most frequently by salespeople?

How do I get my deal from coming out of the darkness?

 

CONTACT Skip Miller

Website: www.m3learning.com  

Aug 9, 2016

Joining me again on Accelerate! is Deb Calvert, the “Queen of Questions.” Deb is president of People First Productivity Solutions and has authored of a series of books titled, DISCOVER Questions Get You Connected: For Professional Sellers. Among the topics Deb and I discuss in this episode are how sales reps can create value in sales, 10 essential strategies for connecting with prospects and how to differentiate yourself through a memorable buying experience.

 

MORE ABOUT DEB CALVERT

Is it easier to teach a technical non-salesperson to sell or to teach a salesperson how to re-understand how a product or service works?
By in large, for something really technical, I believe it’s easier to teach an open minded person how to sell.

If you could change something about your business self, what would it be?

It would be to delegate more work, more often, and to trust people who’re a lot smarter than me about specialty areas.

What’s one non-sales book every salesperson should read?
Decisive by Chip Heath and Dan Heath

Grit: Passion, Perseverance, and the Science of Success, by Angela Duckworth

What do you do for fun?

Read, hike and travel.

 

CONTACT DEB CALVERT

Website: www.peoplefirstps.com

Amazon: DISCOVER Questions

Social Media Handle: @peoplefirstps

 

Aug 8, 2016

Jeff Leo Herrmann is CRO of Fathom, a digital marketing agency that creates data driven, profitable growth. Jeff also hosts a podcast called, Publish or Perish - Selling in the age of content marketing. In this episode, Jeff and I cover a range of topics about content marketing and sales. Join us now as we discuss how content marketing drives sales, why content marketing is more effective than traditional marketing, how the role of content marketing is critical for prospecting, and much, much more.

 

MORE ABOUT Jeff Herrmann

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
Passion.

Who is your sales role model?
Seth Godin. Or maybe I can say Gary Vaynerchuk, without the cursing.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
Content Inc. by Joe

What music is on your playlist right now?

I’m jamming Bieber, recently, and Beyoncé and I love Coldplay. But my #1 motivational song is by Pearl Jam and Neil Young, Rockin on the Free World.

 

CONTACT Jeff Herrmann

Website: www.puplishorperish.fm

Podcast: Publish or Perish

Aug 6, 2016

Stephen Christopher is CEO of Seequs, a digital marketing agency and host of the Business Revolution podcast.  In this episode Stephen and  I break down some of the common mistakes entrepreneurs continue to make in developing and implementing their online marketing strategies. Tune in to learn how you can more clearly and effectively focus your messaging strategy to reflect your strengths and engage with your ideal clients.

 

MORE ABOUT STEPHEN CHRISTOPHER

If you could change just one thing about your ‘business self’, what would it be?

I would make decisions about people with less emotion.

Who is your business role model?
Cameron Herold.

What’s one marketing book that everyone should read?
How To Get Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got by Jay Abraham.

What music is on your playlist right now?

Anything from Eminem to Christina Aguilera and Taylor Swift. 

 

CONTACT STEPHEN CHRISTOPHER

stephen@seequs.com

Website:

www.seequs.com

www.bizrevolution.com

Aug 5, 2016

My regular guest on Front Line Friday is Bridget Gleason, VP of Corporate Sales for SumoLogic. In this episode, Bridget and I delve into the topic of sales philosophies (after a brief travelogue from Bridget about her recent travels to Russia.) Among the topics we explore in this conversation are what is a sales philosophy and how does it shape how you sell? And, why it takes courage to truly look inward, and become more self-aware, so that your sales philosophy influences and drives your actions, activities and sales productivity.

 

MORE ABOUT BRIDGET GLEASON

My most powerful sales tool?

LinkedIn Navigator.

One book every salesperson should read?

Winner’s Dream by Bill McDermott.

My first job in sales?

Selling and networking products and desktop computers for Xerox.

Music that psyches me up before an important sales call?

I tend to go quiet, and focus and role play the call instead of listening to music.

 

CONTACT BRIDGET GLEASON

Bridget is VP of Corporate Sales at SumoLogic. With more than twenty years of sales and sales management experience in the technology sector, Bridget joined SumoLogic’s executive team to lead and grow their inside sales organization. Her recent experience includes being VP of Sales for Yesware and SVP of Worldwide Sales for Engine Yard.

Website: www.sumologic.com

Aug 4, 2016

Matt Behrend is Co-Founder and Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) of Consensus, formerly known as DemoChimp, a sales enablement tool that enables sales teams to drive agreement across B2B buying groups, with personalized video demos. On this episode, Matt and I talk about the customer decision making process, and how new sales enablement tools, such as Consensus, are helping B2B sales teams align their selling efforts with the buying processes of their prospects.

 

MORE ABOUT Matt Behrend

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
That I spend so much time studying systems, that I can easily diagnose weaknesses in our clients’ sales & marketing processes.

Who is your sales role model?
Don Cash.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
The Challenger Sale: Taking Control of the Customer Conversation by Brent Adamson and Matthew Dixon

The Sales Development Playbook by Trish Bertuzzi

The ONE Thing by Gary Keller

What music is on your playlist right now?

Smashing Pumpkins, Jason Mraz, Indie-Rock Playlist that includes Børns.

 

CONTACT Matt Behrend

Website: www.goconsensus.com

Demo: www.goconsensus.com/demochimp-now-consensus/

Aug 3, 2016

Mike Bosworth is the founder of Mike Bosworth Leadership, and the author of  the bestselling sales classics, Solution Selling: Creating Buyers in Difficult Selling Markets and CustomerCentric Selling.  In this episode Mike and I talk about his new book What Great Salespeople Do: The Science of Selling Through Emotional Connection and the Power of Story. Among the topics we discuss are the power of a story in sales; how to make that decisive emotional connection in selling; how to transform how we train salespeople, and how to teach storytelling techniques to sales reps and make them stick.

 

MORE ABOUT MIKE BOSWORTH

What’s your most powerful sales attribute?
The experiences I have in helping other VPs of sales dramatically improve productivity - my track record.

Who is your sales role model?
Jim Campbell.

What’s one book that every salesperson should read?
To Sell Is Human by Daniel Pink

What music is on your playlist right now?

Prince.

 

CONTACT MIKE BOSWORTH

Website: www.mikebosworthleadership.com

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