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Jim Padilla on Mastering Sales

Jim had a great conversation with Ruby Fremon on her podcast around the topic of telling the truth. It was about not being blinded by the nonsense in the coaching industry, the nonsense that is being shared out there and overcoming the fears that are necessary in sales so that you can actually serve people.…

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Jim Padilla on The Park Bench Sales Approach

I had a great conversation with Steve Gordon from The Unstoppable CEO Podcast. If you’re building sales teams, you’re growing teams, scaling your business, you’re going to want to listen to this. We’re talking about some key things that people AREN’T talking about when developing and training sales people. And we talk about some key…

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Jim on The Purpose Driven Entrepreneur

Do you consider yourself on purpose? Are you focused on making an impact and difference to those around you? Is making money a priority? Then you may want to get connected to my good friend Matt Brauning and follow his Purpose Driven Entrepreneur Podcast. He and I had a great conversation on his show about…

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3 Steps to a Successful Enrollment Conversation

The enrollment conversation does not have to be scary… doesn’t even have to be difficult.  It just has to be perfected 🙂 So here are my 3 Steps to a Successful Enrollment Conversation Step 1: Prepare the Prospect Before you have a call with them you need to know a bit about them AND THEY…

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Hire top performers or suffer

It doesn’t take long as a business owner to recognize that some team members ‘get it’ and other simply don’t. I once heard leadership expert John Maxwell tell a story of a guy asking him, “how do I motivate my people?” John looked at him and simply said: “You don’t, you hire motivated people!” Unfortunately,…

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Treat them like a client before they are one and they are more likely to become one.

Are you creating the environment for success for the team and for your prospects? Most of you are pretty good at making sure your personal environment is set for success prior to a sales conversation (though I am sure it can be more dialed in). What are you doing to ensure that the people who…

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