Today’s guest on the Sales Vitamin Podcast is Lisa Earle McLeod and you are in for a treat.
Lisa is the global expert on purpose-driven business and the bestselling author of Selling with Noble Purpose: How to Drive Revenue and Do Work That Makes You Proud.
My conversation with Lisa was really eye opening. She has spent two decades helping leaders increase competitive differentiation. She gets it when it comes to recognizing that making money and a profit are not silos.
Her work debunks the myth that money is the primary motivation for most employees. She developed the Noble Purpose philosophy after her research revealed, salespeople who sell with Noble Purpose, who truly want to make a difference to their customers, outsell salespeople who focus on their own targets and quotas.
Lisa’s work history is really impressive. She’s a former Procter & Gamble Sales Leader. She has keynoted in 25 countries and authored over 2,000 articles. She’s been seen on NBC Nightly News and featured in Forbes, the Wall Street Journal and NPR.
What we discuss in this episode:
Lisa outlines in this episode what it means to sell with a Noble Purpose and how that equates to winning and keeping more customers. She discusses her game changing question and 3 keys to selling with a noble purpose and much, much more.
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Today’s Sales Vitamin Podcast guest is Mike Chaudron and you are going to love this episode.
Mike is the Director, Global Strategic and Key Accounts, Enterprise and Advisory at UL. He’s one of the most passionate guests I’ve had on the podcast.
Mike has 30+ years of sales and sales management experience with demonstrated success driving sales growth while developing high performing sales teams and cultures.
Mike excels in driving growth of company revenues and improving sales-team performance. He also mentors and coaches sales teams to create an eager, determined, persuasive, and responsible sales effort. Proven commitment to growing sales, securing customer loyalty, and building strong relationships with internal and external business partners.
He’s also the author of Mike’s Rules (for a copy of Mikes Rules go to his LinkedIn page). A culmination of 53 sales and life rules to help you succeed. He’s an Alabama native and a University of Alabama graduate (Roll Tide). So, we talk a little football as well. We’re both SEC fans.
This episode is filled with information to help you improve your sales performance. Mike is genuine and relevant. He’s in the field every day leading sales professionals and making them better.
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Today's guest on the Sales Vitamin Podcast is Dr. Steve Taubman.
Dr. Taubman is an author, speaker, mindfulness coach and empowerment expert. He’s an expert on mindset management and helping people get results. Yes, sales results. His message has touched over 350,000 lives.
He’s been featured on Fox, CNN, CBS, MTV and MSNBC. His clients include IBM, State Farm, Ben & Jerry’s, Yale University, Nissan and many more.
He’s the author of multiple books including UnHypnosis (starting over), Bulletproof (mental resilience) and Buddha in The Trenches (life’s battlefields).
Early in his career, Dr. Steve struggled with anxiety, depression and self-esteem, even though he had a thriving chiropractic practice. These struggles led him to a personal life transformation where he discovered how to remove the mental barriers to success.
Blending his teachings with a long time passion for humor and magic, Dr. Steve developed a series of insightful, fun presentations about mastering the subconscious mind which was quickly embraced by organizations for their ability to get people in action.
Here's what you'll learn in this episode.
This episode is filled with information to help you improve the mental (mindset) part of your professional sales journey.
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Today’s guest on the Sales Vitamin Podcast is Bryan Clayton, the co-founder and CEO of GREENPAL.
GREENPAL is an online marketplace that connects homeowners with local lawn care professionals. GREENPAL has been called the “Uber for lawn care” by Entrepreneur magazine and has over 100,000 active users completing thousands of transactions per day.
Before starting GREENPAL Bryan Clayton founded Peachtree Inc. one of the largest landscaping companies in the state of Tennessee growing it to over $10 million a year in annual revenue before it was acquired in 2013.
GREENPAL has been featured on Forbes, Inc, the Wall Street Journal, Time, Harvard Business Review, and more.
Bryan discusses an array of sales topics in this episode and also talks about growing both of his businesses without debt, he used sales revenue as his capital. Bryan’s sales experience is practical and relevant to the individual sales professional, manager, leader, marketer or entrepreneur.
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