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Tired of wondering where your next lead will come from? What if you had a reliable, and predictable, source of new potential customers coming into your sales funnel each month? This is Predictable Prospecting and here I'll show you how some of the best sales leaders in the industry are creating consistent, and measurable procedures to bring in fresh, qualified leads to their sales funnels each and every month.
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Nov 20, 2018

The goal of the prospector is to generate good leads and close sales, and sometimes it’s worth seeking out options from someone who operates differently than the way that you do in order to improve your techniques.

Today’s guest is Peter Lang, CEO and founder of the Uhuru Network Uhuru is a company that drives client success by increasing monthly leads, generating site visitors and more. Listen to the episode to hear more about how Peter’s company works, what the onboarding process looks like for Uhuru’s clients, and how the GDPR affects Peter’s business.

Episode Highlights:

  • Why Peter was interested in offering agency instead of in-house
  • The typical onboarding process for Peter’s clients
  • How the selection of accounts works
  • How to add value while disqualifying at the same time
  • Why providing value by giving away something that other companies charge for is a way to stay competitive
  • How the GDPR affects Peter’s model in other countries
  • The steps it takes to close the data range

Resources:

Peter Lang

Uhuru Network

Peter’s Email: plang@uhurunetwork.com

Nov 13, 2018

When you want to know how to sell effectively at the executive level, you need expert training and stories that sell. Today’s guest has been called Australia’s leading Authority on “C” Level sales. Steve Hall has sold to executives in more than 20 countries. He is a writer and speaker who focuses on executive sales. He also owns the Executive Sales Coaching LinkedIn group.

Steve Hall is Managing Director of Executive Sales Coaching Australia and joint founder of Executive Sales Forum International. Steve joins the podcast today to talk about how to use story when you’re talking to decision-makers and how you can tell an effective story in less time – sometimes in just a few words. Listen to the episode to hear what Steve has to say about developing stories, finding the information that you need when you talk to clients, and his Executive Sales Forum International.

Episode Highlights:

  • How Steve uses story when he speaks to decision-makers
  • How it can be helpful to tell a story in only a few words
  • How to get enough time with a prospect to tell your story properly
  • The juxtaposition between what is and what should be in your story
  • What Steve uses to help find information that helps in talking to clients
  • Steve’s thoughts on how new salespeople just out of college are assigned
  • How much product knowledge is necessary to get in the door
  • Steve’s Executive Sales Forum International

Resources:

Steve Hall

Executive Sales Forum International

Nov 6, 2018

Everybody has a story. In fact, everybody has a number of different stories, and one way or another, most people wind up sharing their stories with other people at some point. Stories help us relate to others and make connections as well as illustrate important points. And if you work in sales, you can use your stories to help you connect with prospects and close deals. Today’s guest has literally written the book on how salespeople should use stories.

Mike Adams is an engineer-turned-salesperson from Australia. He’s also the author of the book Seven Stories Every Salesperson Must Tell, a book that’s designed to help those in sales discover the power of stories, what kinds of stories are important in sales, and how you can use stories to help you close. Listen to the episode to hear more about Mike’s background, why he wrote the book and arranged it the way that he did, and how stories can help you connect with your prospects.

Episode Highlights:

  • How Mike got into sales
  • Mikes book, and why he chose seven as the number of stories to tell
  • What kinds of stories are important in sales
  • The different ways that different stories help you connect with clients
  • Why Mike organized his book the way that he did
  • Which stories can help salespeople close a deal

Resources:

Mike Adams

Seven Stories Every Salesperson Must Tell

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