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Updated April 2020
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The Sales Chalk Talk show is a weekly podcast designed primarily for salespeople and business owners. Every show features a special guest. The guests are interviewed about a variety of subjects, generally related to sales, marketing, business and success. Some of the guests are well-known authorities in their fields, like Tom Hopkins, Jim Cathcart, Tony Alessandra, Bob Burg and many others. And some guests are relatively unknown. In every case, you'll get some nuggets and gems of ideas, tips ...
 
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Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is consultant, coach, author, speaker and martial artist, Karen Valencic. Karen has brought together the elements of business, leadership, and aikido martial arts to help business leaders communicate effectively with employees, customers and each other. You’ll find the serendipity among mar…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is super-salesman and VP of Sales for Airis Energy, Tom Van Daalen. It you sell business to business and/or manage a sales team, you’ll really receive an immense amount of value from this podcast. Tom built a 30-person sales team from scratch and managed them as they took Airis from zero in…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is "The Ten-Million-Dollar Man", entrepreneur, author and speaker, Walter Bergeron. If you want to be in that 7-to-8 figure income level, your first step is to listen carefully to people like Walter, who have done what you want to do. Walter works with Chiropractors and other service-orient…
 
This episode of Sales Chalk Talk is a bit of a change of pace, something that’s never happened in the many years the show has aired. Hugh Liddle, THE Sales Wizard, the host of the show, occupies the guest chair and is interviewed by his co-host, Jim Hamlin. It’s just two terrific salesmen talking selling!What you’ll learn on this podcast:• What the…
 
Our very special guest on this week’s Sales Chalk Talk is The Living Legend, Ben Gay III. Ben is the last surviving member of a group of sales and motivation greats, who worked for him, including Zig Zeigler, J. Douglas Edwards, Earl Nightengale, Og Mandino, Robert Schuler, Napoleon Hill, Norman Vincent Peale and many more. He’s still active today …
 
My very special guest on today’s podcast is Sales Chalk Talk’s own Jim Hamlin. He temporarily switched from the co-host seat to the guest seat to share some ideas with you about successful selling. Jim is hands-down one of the best salespeople I’ve ever known. He’s been selling in the heating, air conditioning, and plumbing industry for over 30 yea…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is sales expert, author and speaker, Frank Somma. Frank’s awesome new book, “B2B is Really P2P”, just came out in January of 2020. Selling in the 21st Century is really all about building rapport and relationships and finding out what people want and why they want it. Frank’s teaching on ho…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is Global Expert on Sales and Negotiation, Hall of Fame speaker and #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-seller, Don Hutson. Don is a superstar in the sales and speaking world and one of my mentors, from whom I’ve learned a tremendous amount. Much of my success as a sales coach is…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is author and health coach, Lisa Engle. In order to be truly successful in your business, your sales and your life, it’s vital to gain and maintain great health. There’s a saying that if you have your health, you have everything! Lisa is a health coach to women (and smart men) and also owns…
 
Our very special guest on Sales Chalk Talk today is entrepreneur, business coach and speaker Likky Lavji. All of us have a variety of “blind spots”, ways in which we are showing up in our relationships that are turning others off, and we are completely unaware that we are affecting people in that way. It doesn’t have to be that way! You can discove…
 
Katie Bishop is the very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk. Katie Is the co-author of a book, due to be released in March of 2020, titled” The Best Seller”. Katie cut her sales teeth in the insurance industry and, along with her father, has served as a mentor to hundreds of salespeople across the world.On this podcast you’ll discove…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is author, speaker and sales expert, Matthew Kimberley. This is Matthew’s second appearance on Chalk Talk. The first time he was our guest, we talked about selling. This time Matthew tells us about his new book, available on Amazon, titled, Get a F’ing Grip. What you’ll discover on this epi…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is best-selling author, speaker and sales expert, Ben Brown. Business success is driven by revenue and revenue is driven by sales. As much as you may not like it, the reality is that you MUST be a successful salesperson in order to keep your business profitable so that you can stay in busin…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is The World’s Only Cerebral Sanitation Engineer, Who Takes Out Your Head Trash, Jonathan Manske! Jonathan has been a guest on this show 13 times in the past, and on this podcast, you’ll hear why he’s invited back time after time! Jonathan’s strategies for moving past all the self-limiting …
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is The Pitch Whisperer, John Livesay. There are many things that are different in selling than they were just 10 or 15 years ago, and one of the major differences is that selling is no longer about trying to get other people to do what we want them to do. It’s about helping other people get…
 
My special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is Jason Weaver, author and the creator of FIX Marketing. His book, FIX Marketer is a blueprint to 10X marketing return on investment. What you’ll discover on this podcast:• The two biggest challenges small businesses have with their marketing and how they can be handled• What FIX Marketing is• H…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is RJ Redden, founder of Black Belt Bots. What if you could market in a way that produces a 90% open rate and a 40% click-through? RJ talks about how that’s possible! What you’ll discover on this podcast:• How to solve the biggest problem in marketing• The effectiveness of Messenger Marketi…
 
It’s truly an honor and pleasure to have author, speaker and sales expert, Deb Calvert as the special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk. Deb has several decades of experience in selling and has written two awesome books, titled “DISCOVER Questions” and “Stop Selling and Start Leading”. Too many salespeople spend too much time telling people…
 
My very special guest on today’s Sales Chalk Talk is Mr. Positivity, Michael Shook. Michael has been a guest on Sales Chalk Talk numerous times because his message of positivity in a negative world is so important and so refreshing. Michael’s Daily Positive Messages email series has been a vital source of inspiration and positivity for me for the p…
 
Mark Sanborn is our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk. Mark is a best-selling author, entrepreneur and world-class speaker. He has spoken for a long list of some of the most famous and prestigious companies in the world. Mark has authored 8 great books, including The Fred Factor (A best-seller) and Fred 2.0. Mark’s new book, “T…
 
Scott Hogle is our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk. Scott has been a super-salesman in the media business for almost 30 years. He’s the author of Persuade – Seven Empowering Laws of the Salesmaker, with a foreword by the incomparable Tom Hopkins.On this podcast, you’ll discover: The most important skill a salesperson needs t…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is Rex Wisehart, author, speaker and CEO of Yellow Schmello, a lead generation company. One of the most difficult challenges in sales for most companies is gaining access to leads that are actually high quality and viable. Now, Rex has come up with a solution that combines the very best in …
 
Storytelling expert Mike Adams is my very special guest on this edition of Sales Chalk Talk. Storytelling is an integral part of the art and science of selling. If you learn how to tell great stories, you’ll become a dramatically more effective salesperson. Mike literally wrote the book on storytelling. The title of it is "Seven Stories Every Sales…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is Authority Positioning Coach and Online Reputation Management expert, Mike Saunders.On this podcast, you’ll discover:• The meaning and importance of Authority Positioning and Authority Selling• Why SEO isn’t as important as it used to be in your marketing activities• How you can effective…
 
You know that in order to maximize sales in your business, you need a steady flow of leads. And it isn’t just a matter of advertising, marketing, social media posts, email direct mail, etc. to generate the leads. You have to figure out how to turn those leads into prospects and then convert them to clients.The special guest on this episode of Sales…
 
Every year Sales Chalk Talk has been honored and blessed to have the incomparable Tom Hopkins as our special guest on the Thanksgiving week show. This episode is Tom’s final show prior to his retirement. As always, you will learn a ton from Tom about gratitude and thanksgiving and also some ways in which you can build your business and your revenue…
 
One of the questions that pervades the thinking of most business owners and salespeople is: “Why do people buy?” If that question can be answered, the sky is the limit where selling is concerned. In fact the main goal in a sales conversation should be to find out what people want, in relation to your product or service, and why they want it! On thi…
 
One of the questions that pervades the thinking of most business owners and salespeople is: “Why do people buy?” If that question can be answered, the sky is the limit where selling is concerned. In fact the main goal in a sales conversation should be to find out what people want, in relation to your product or service, and why they want it! On thi…
 
Unfortunately, many businesses in the world today are focused only on making a profit and will engage in any kind of behavior and activity, ethical or not, legal or not, to gain their desired goal of more financial profit. As a Sales Chalk Talk listener, it’s more unlikely that you run that kind of business. On this episode, the special guest is et…
 
You may be wondering what exactly will motivate your clients, your practice members, your significant other, your kids, your friends or even you to take action and be the very best! You have an awesome opportunity to listen to James Sale, a master of motivation, the creator of Motivational Maps, the author of two tremendous books on the subject of …
 
The great Zig Ziglar used to tell the story of his grandmother’s biscuits, that “squatted to rise and got cooked in the squat”! That so accurately describes what happens to business owners and salespeople. They set some great goals and then, often because of procrastination and lack of focus, they don’t accomplish their goals. It you want to overco…
 
Most everyone has the desire in their hearts to be successful in their lives. To truly succeed, at whatever your endeavors in life may be, requires more than just wanting to. You must develop the will to win! And that is easier said than done! It requires your time, effort, planning and persistence. Fortunately, you have the opportunity on this epi…
 
Old Will Shakespeare came up with an incantation that spelled trouble: “Eye of newt, and toe of frog, Wool of bat, and tongue of dog, Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting, Lizard's leg, and owlet's wing,— For a charm of powerful trouble, Like a hell-broth boil and bubble. Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and caldron bubble.” Scary, huh? …
 
How would you like to go to sleep tonight and Wake Up Rich tomorrow morning? While it's unlikely that will happen overnight, you CAN experience that in a relatively short space of time, if you follow the advice of our special guest, Omar Periu. Omar is one of the successful men in the world, and he's sharing his knowledge, mentoring others to do th…
 
It’s entirely likely, whether you’re aware of it or not, that you are part of the Gig Economy. The Gig Economy includes any type of entrepreneurial activity where businesspeople contract directly with a client, rather than being employed by a company that provides the services. Examples might include coaches, consultants, Uber drivers, marketing pr…
 
In small business and sales there is often a shortage of good, qualified leaders. And it’s important in a business or on a sales team that everyone be leading in something in some way. On this episode of the Sales Chalk Talk Show, you’re in for a treat. Former Green Beret, business leader, adventure guide, author and speaker, Jan Rutherford, shares…
 
If you want to have long-lasting success in selling, it’s important for you to have mentors who have done what you want to do. They can lead you to the success you’re seeking and get you there FAR more quickly than you can manage on your own. One such mentor is our very special guest on Sales Chalk Talk, The Living Legend, Ben Gay III. Ben is the l…
 
In order to be successful at selling, you have to have a steady stream of ideal prospects coming to talk with you. To achieve that is the purpose of marketing. Getting found online can be a difficult and time-consuming process, unless you know exactly how to do it. My guest on this special edition of Sales Chalk talk is marketing expert, Jack Joste…
 
Unless you own a really unusual business, you need a website, and not just any old website. You need a website that attracts people, gets them to stay on longer than a few seconds and inspires the to call or email about working with you. Unfortunately, those websites are pretty few and far between. How would you like to be one of the few? Well, you…
 
One of the biggest challenges for salespeople and business owners in selling their products and services is losing potential clients because they try to move too fast in the sales process. The result is that the prospect feels pressured, gets nervous and doesn’t buy. Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is Brandon Bruce, the a…
 
As businesspeople, our world is loaded with what seems like a gazillion stressors: overly full email inboxes, sales challenges, personnel issues, customer service goofs and financial concerns. Add to that some family or relationship troubles and the stuff that goes on in the world at large, like church and school shootings, the economy, the media, …
 
Whether you know it or not, you are a leader! If you own a business or manage a team in a business, you certainly are a leader. You may also be a leader in your home, your church, your community, your job or your circle of friends. So, it’s not whether you’re a leader or not; it’s how good you are at it. On this episode of Sales Chalk Talk, leaders…
 
If you’re constantly scrambling to create a stream of new prospective clients, using social media, email, cold calls, networking groups, etc., you’re probably overlooking the best, most available, most immediate source of new leads to which you have access. Referrals. Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is Brian Peters, a for…
 
Sales is the lifeblood of your business. Everything depends on it! It’s the difference between keeping your doors open or going out of business. It’s the difference between living the life you really want to live and settling for less. The thing is, the road to sales success is well traveled, and it’s available to you as well…if you know where to f…
 
One of the most frustrating situations for business owners and salespeople occurs when prospective clients are on board right up until it’s time to make a commitment to buy, and then they procrastinate, delay, make excuses, give blow-off objections and don’t buy. Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is John Asher, and he has s…
 
Over the past 10 years, the selling profession has changed radically. Sales is no longer a process of trying to talk people into doing what you want them to do, thank goodness. It’s a process now of having conversations, asking great questions, listening carefully and helping people do what THEY want to do. My special guest on this episode of Sales…
 
As in sales, there have been significant changes in marketing over the past few years. Old-style advertising, where companies simply use an “I’ll tell you about my business” model, is no longer as effective as it once was, in today’s relationship-centered business environment. On this episode of Sales Chalk Talk, you’ll learn about Participation Ma…
 
For your business to flourish, you need for your team to be pulling together toward the company goals, supporting each other, holding one another accountable, enjoying fulfilling relationships and having fun. Our very special guest on the episode of Sales Chalk Talk is Linda Adams. Linda and her co-authors have written a book titled “The Loyalist T…
 
All of us who are still working, whether it’s working for someone else or owning our own businesses, want to experience success, fulfillment and prosperity in our careers. It would be awesome if the there was some kind of GPS, map or compass that could guide us to success…oh, wait there IS a compass. Our very special guest on this episode of Sales …
 
Selling is a game, much like life, that’s played primarily in the 6 inches between your ears. It’s not just a matter of thinking; everyone does that. It’s a matter of WHAT you think and HOW you think that’s important! On this episode of Sales Chalk Talk, you get to listen to a couple of sales experts, Ashley Welch and Justin Jones, who have created…
 
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