Providing Value To Others

Providing Value To Others

In this initial episode of The Go-Giver Podcast, Bob Burg clarifies some go-giver misconceptions. Then he interviews his Go-Giver co-author John David Mann who shares quite an amazing (and unlikely) entrepreneurial venture when he was still in his teens. Also, how to provide massive value to others daily. 

The Sales Pipeline Revealed

The Sales Pipeline Revealed

A sales pipeline describes an approach to selling, founded on the underlying principles of the sales process. It describes the individual steps salespeople take from initial contact with a potential customer, or prospect, to qualifying that prospect into a lead, and further validating that lead into a sales opportunity followed through the different stages until closed.

Compelled to Coach

Compelled to Coach

Have you ever known a manager who, after every joint call or conversation, feels the need to offer you ‘coaching,’ always under the banner of YOUR self-improvement? It often begins with something like, “May I offer you some coaching?” or “Can I give you some feedback?” just minutes after a high-stakes presentation, emotionally-charged sales call or internal meeting gone awry. 

Why to Quit Your Job Before the New Year

Why to Quit Your Job Before the New Year

This fall, in the span of about 30 days, a number of my closest friends left their jobs. It all happened in such a short window of time I was convinced that Mercury was in retrograde. There were a variety of reasons my friends gave but most centered around wanting to grow, make a greater impact somewhere else or join a new community of inspiring people.

Slow Down to Speed Up: Three Keys to Increase Sales Effectiveness

Slow Down to Speed Up: Three Keys to Increase Sales Effectiveness

Sales Professionals often fail to ask enough solution or consultative questions to appear interested in their client’s challenges, objectives and outcomes they are looking to achieve.Many sellers still ask “leading” questions that point to one of their solutions, rather than having broader conversations and asking true “no agenda” questions which will help get a wider perspective of their prospective customer’s environment. This behavior means that they often miss opportunities to sell more holistic solutions (leaving money on the table or smaller deals).

Why Generosity Pays Off: How and Why We Choose to Help.

Why Generosity Pays Off: How and Why We Choose to Help.

Can generalised reciprocity get started in a group of strangers? If started, what sustains it over time? These are questions that researchers have grappled with for many years. Our ongoing research helps explain how and why we choose to be generous, even to strangers.[1]

Choose Happiness and Sell More

Choose Happiness and Sell More

Whether you’re on the buying or selling side of the equation, how happy do you feel about your interactions? Chances are neither side is feeling particularly uplifted, energised or excited about the experience. Let's stop being and making people miserable. Let's choose happiness instead.

Release The Pressure and Sell More

Release The Pressure and Sell More

In sales we quickly learn that pressure comes with the territory. We typically operate in high-pressure Boiler Room style environments and our leaders focus on keeping the heat cranked up in an effort to motivate us to exceed ever-increasing revenue targets. But it doesn't work. There is a better way. It's time to release the pressure.