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In this episode, author of "Own Your Day", Keith Rosen, joins the show to share life tips and time management advice for everyone, including salespeople and managers. Key takeaways include:

  • How to better manage your time (routine)
  • "Living with intention"
  • Biggest challenge for people in better managing their lives
  • Dangers of "diversionary tactics" - especially in selling
  • How unhealthy adrenaline is the antithesis of routine and "momentum"
  • How "life balance" is a pipe dream and how its definition has changed today
  • Importance of having a PNS - "Personal Navigation System"
  • Advice on "to-do" lists
  • Importance of scheduling self-care into your routine

About Keith Rosen, MCC

A globally recognized authority on sales and leadership and the pioneer of executive sales coaching by transforming managers into world-class leaders and coaches, Keith Rosen is the CEO of Profit Builders, named one of the Best Sales Training and Coaching Companies Worldwide. Over the last three decades, Keith has delivered his transformational programs to hundreds of thousands of salespeople and managers in practically every industry; on five continents and in over 50 countries. Inc. magazine and Fast Company named Keith one of the five most influential executive coaches. Keith has written several best sellers on leadership, time management and selling, including, Own Your Day and the globally acclaimed Coaching Salespeople into Sales Champions, winner of Five International Best Book Awards and the #1 best-selling sales management coaching book on Amazon.com for six consecutive years. www.KeithRosen.com.

Keith was inducted in the inaugural group of the Top Sales Hall of Fame in recognition for his outstanding contributions to professional selling and sales leadership along with other legends in the field including Zig Ziglar, Earl Nightingale and Brian Tracy. Keith has been featured in Entrepreneur, Inc., Fortune, The New York Times, Selling Power, CBSNews.com and The Wall Street Journal. Keith was also featured on the award winning television show, Mad Men. He was honored as one of the top 25 Sales and Leadership Blogs for the last 5 years.

Direct download: Keith-Rosen_-_22817_11.55_PM.mp3
Category:business -- posted at: 12:49am EDT

Episode 30: Mark Roberge Joins Sales Rehab

In Episode 30, former CRO of HubSpot, author of the Sales Acceleration Formula and Senior Lecturer at Harvard Business School, Mark Roberge joins CCS® President/COO and Sales Rehab host Frank Visgatis to share his insights into current sales trends including:

  • How changes in buying behavior has fed the inbound movement
  • Necessary balance between inbound and outbound sales
  • Cold calling isn’t dead and is still necessary in today’s selling efforts
  • Need for diverse demand generation
  • Inside-out approach (old) vs. outside-in approach (new, which focuses on the buyer)
  • Aligning with today’s empowered buyer
  • Involving multi-stakeholders from the beginning of the cycle
  • Dangers of selling to non-decision makers at low levels (from inbound “leads”)
  • What great salespeople do to engage with buyers in the self-educated buying cycle – putting everything into context that’s relevant to them
  • Sense of urgency development
  • Dangers of getting “happy ears” from inbound activity
  • Take on Q4 and the dangerous behaviors seen at year-end going into the new year
Direct download: Mark-Roberge_-_11216_3.35_PM.mp3
Category:sales -- posted at: 3:51pm EDT

Episode 29: Ralph Barsi Joins Sales Rehab

In Episode 29, Inside Sales Leader and head of Global Sales Development at ServiceNow, Ralph Barsi, joins CCS® President/COO and Sales Rehab host Frank Visgatis to share valuable insight for sellers that includes:

  • Importance of following sales process entering the year-end stretch
  • 5 key barriers to hitting quota
  • Difference between product training and sales training
  • Importance of strong verbal and written communication skills
  • “Looking” cycles vs. “Buying” cycles and why DISqualification doesn’t have to be a bad word
  • Concept of have a “trigger” to help salespeople pull through the hard times
  • How failure can actually be a positive thing
  • The #1 most important thing salespeople should focus on going into the year-end crunch 

Ralph stresses that all salespeople can perform better than they are right now. Don’t miss this insightful episode to hear Ralph’s expert advice and sales tips!

Direct download: Ralph-Barsi_-_11216_2.12_PM.mp3
Category:sales -- posted at: 2:34pm EDT

Episode 28: Jeb Blount Talks Fanatical Prospecting

Fanatical ProspectingYou don't want to miss this episode with Sales Gravy's own Jeb Blount as he talks with CCS® President and host, Frank Visgatis, about:

  • #1 reason why salespeople fail
  • Importance of prospecting
  • Dangers of hiding behind email or social media
  • Utilizing ALL tools available to you
  • Multi-channel, balanced approach to prospecting
  • What top sellers do to be successful
  • Teaching people how to sell at ALL ages, including millennials
  • Need and importance of regular PRACTICE and role-playing to make winning habits "stick"
  • Understanding human behavior in selling
  • Communication in Sales
  • Concept of "time-blocking" in prospecting and how it can help sellers do more in less time
  • "30-day" rule
  • How often sellers should spend prospecting
  • Jeb's new book, Fanatical Prospecting, now available on Amazon
Direct download: Jeb-Blount_-_10516_4.53_PM.mp3
Category:sales -- posted at: 5:17pm EDT

Episode 27: Koka Sexton Joins Sales Rehab

Koka Sexton, Social Selling Expert and Head for Social Media LinkedIn Joins Frank Visgatis to Talk Social Selling. In his discussion with Frank, Koka explains:

  • The difference between social media and social selling
  • Why sellers should have a "connection philosophy" and how it should integrate with the buying process
  • What to do after connecting with decision makers
  • The importance of VALUE in feeding your connections with content that is relevant and of interest to THEM, not you
  • Why you should NOT ask for a call/meeting right after connecting with decision makers
  • Building a network of decision makers, monitoring them and bringing them into the fold over time with valuable content
  • How to measure social selling activities through the Social Selling Index
  • How to get started with social selling

Listen to Episode 27 now to hear Koka!

Direct download: Koka-Sexton_-_61316_3.10_PM.mp3
Category:social selling -- posted at: 3:32pm EDT

Episode 26: Ken Allred Talks Buyer Needs

Ken Allred, CEO of Primary Intelligence, talks with Frank about the central importance of Buyer Needs in Sales today and how his organization helps companies discover where their sellers have gone wrong in understanding and aligning with those needs.

Ken also discusses:

  • #1 challenge for sellers today
  • Most common mistake companies make with obtaining loss reports
  • Where companies should look for root causes in losses
  • The KEY that companies who WIN possess and understand, that their competitors do not
Direct download: Ken-Allred_-_42616_5.21_PM.mp3
Category:business -- posted at: 5:37pm EDT

Episode 25: Steve Tobak Joins Sales Rehab

Author of "Real Leaders Don't Follow" and Fox Business columnist, Steve Tobak, joins Frank in this provocative episode where they discuss:

  • Current trends (and fads) in entrepreneurship/business
  • Could we be on the verge of another tech bubble?
  • How failure can be used as a very useful learning tool, especially for millenials
  • The challenge for millenial sellers today who aren't as socialized as previous generations of salespeople ("clicking isn't selling")
  • Why communications is one of the best degrees today's graduates can have, for both business and life
  • The concept of salespeople as corporate entrepreneurs, to connect with people, understand their needs and fulfill them
  • How the role of Marketing has changed over the years where it is (and should be) the front-end of the sales process
    • Why Marketing should break silos and be tied to the hip with Sales and Product Development for organizations to be truly successful
  • And Steve shares his secret for what he considers the single most important thing to do in order to be successful today

Steve is a former senior executive, author and columnist for Fox Business, CBS News and Entrepreneur. Visit www.stevetobak.com for more information or to get in touch with him.

Direct download: Steve-Tobak_-_31516_3.42_PM.mp3
Category:business -- posted at: 3:54pm EDT

Episode 24: Best of 2015 Sales Rehab

We've compiled the best clips from our wonderful guests of 2015, including:

  • Tom Ziglar
  • Geoffrey Moore
  • Rita McGrath
  • Jill Konrath
  • Jill Rowley
  • Guy Kawasaki
  • Dave Kurlan

Thank you to these special guests!

Direct download: 2015-Best-of-Sales-Rehab-Highlights.mp3
Category:business -- posted at: 7:24pm EDT

Episode 23: Dave Kurlan

Dave Kurlan from the Objective Management Group joins Sales Rehab to discuss what has and hasn't changed in Sales, what really motivates salespeople, hiring the wrong salespeople, and tools that can help make sure organizations are hiring smarter sellers that can perform.

Direct download: Dave-Kurlan-OMG-podcast.mp3
Category:business -- posted at: 9:59pm EDT

Episode 22: [REPLAY] How Sales Teams Can Win More Opportunities

According to recent research from Primary Intelligence, less than half of all sellers understand buyer needs. Listen to this Webinar replay, "How Sales Teams Can Win More Deals"

Direct download: 2015-11-18_09.00_How_Sales_Teams_Can_Win_More_Deals.mp4
Category:business -- posted at: 4:50pm EDT