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Hosted by Doug Payton and Darrell Darnell, Person of Interest Podcast covers all of the kneecapping, artificial intelligence wrangling, and government coverups beginning with season 4. Doug and Darrell have been fans of Person of Interest since season 1 and previously did a Person of Interest podcast on the TV Talk network, but now they’re bringing their podcasting style to this in-depth format!
 
Tired of wondering where your next lead will come from? What if you had a reliable, and predictable, source of new potential customers coming into your sales funnel each month? This is Predictable Prospecting and here I'll show you how some of the best sales leaders in the industry are creating consistent, and measurable procedures to bring in fresh, qualified leads to their sales funnels each and every month.
 
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Get ready to meet our new friend, Ari Galper This conversation will inspire you and it may step on your toes. Ari unpacks how to build trust with prospects and clients. We discuss the three sales myths and how they destroy trust. Then Ari shares two principles that will help you build trust early in the sales cycle and accelerate your results. Make…
 
What can we learn from history? Are there things we've lost along the way? Todd Caponi, host of the Sales History Podcast and author of The Transparency Sale. Join us for an entertaining and provocative discussion. He shares what he's learning as he goes back over 100 years in sales history. The results are inspiring and challenging! Make sure to r…
 
The number one question sales professionals must answer every day is, "What makes you different?" How do you answer this question? Our friend, Lee Salz, shares powerful ideas from his new book, Sell Different: All New Sales Differentiation Strategies to Outsmart, Outmaneuver, and Outsell the Competition. Lee shares the one strategy that 99.9999% of…
 
If you want to up your sales game, you're going to love getting a first look at the new book, Human Centered Communication: A Business Case Against Digital Pollution. Our friends, Ethan Beute and Steve Pacinelli have put together a masterpiece full of actionable items that will help you communicate more effectively with your clients and prospects. …
 
Get ready to be inspired! Today we're joined by The Sales Energizer himself, Dan Jourdan. We discuss the power of unfaltering honesty. Dan shares strategies to transfer energy and enthusiasm to our prospects and clients. You're going to love his mantra that he shares at the end of the episode!By Larry Levine and Darrell Amy
 
If you want to build trusting relationships with your clients and prospects show gratitude. Our friend Laura Brandao shares creative strategies she uses to say thank you to her clients. You're going to love this conversation shared from the 2021 Client Appreciation Challenge.By Larry Levine and Darrell Amy
 
Authenticity gives you the competitive edge. To coach us in how to develop authenticity, we’re happy to share this conversation with our friend and coach, Dave Sanderson. From his experience as a sales professional at Oracle, to surviving the Miracle on the Hudson. Dave brings a fresh and relevant perspective to why authenticity wins!…
 
We live in a post-trust world where buyers are more skeptical than ever. Jeremy Miner, the founder, and Chairman of 7th Level Communications helps companies close more sales in less time by learning how to communicate to today’s cautious, skeptical buyers. We discuss how to approach our initial conversations with a neutral tone and how to build cre…
 
What could happen if you were able to more effectively transfer feelings to your prospects and clients? Today’s guest, Francois Lupien, coaches us on how to build relational bridges. We’ll explore how we can cast a vision for a positive future instead of staying in the negative emotion from exploiting pain points. We’ll also learn how to develop th…
 
Do you have your customer's best interests at heart? Buyers can smell insincerity. Trust is the ballgame and today's guest, Dr. David Stuckenberg coaches us on how to build trust. Not only did he begin in sales, but his career has also taken him to the remotest parts of the earth in the US Air Force and with international negotiations. David shares…
 
Ever seen a Bible professor wear virtual reality goggles? Dr. Darrell Bock is well known in the Biblical scholarship world—he is a past President of the Evangelical Theological Society, New Testament Professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, and pastors know his commentaries on Luke & Acts. But today we interview him about a pretty different topic:…
 
If you want to develop authenticity and remove barriers that are holding you back, you're going to love this conversation with our friend, Darren Reinke. He's the author of The Savage Leader, 13 Principles To Become a Better Leader From the Inside Out. Darren believes that great leaders and sales professionals are built from the inside out, not the…
 
How do you set yourself up to become a sales rock star? One of Larry's coaches and mentors, Ryan Blair, joins us to talk about what it takes to be at the top of your game. Ryan went from being a gang member to being a multimillionaire entrepreneur. He coaches us on how we can take our sales careers to the next level. In conclusion, You don't want t…
 
Sales professionals regularly encounter adversity, consistently requiring grit to stay in the game. Today's guest, Austin Hatch, shares the strategy he used to thrive in extreme adversity. Following a tragic story of two plane crashes, he developed grit to rebound and become part of the University of Michigan basketball team. You are going to be in…
 
What could it look like if you become more intentional about encouraging others as a sales professional? Our good friend, Brian Sexton, author of People Buy From People, believes that intentional encouragement is the key to both success and fulfillment in sales. He shares stories from his life as a sales rep along with lessons learned from his dad.…
 
How do we create a culture of generosity with our clients? There is no one better to answer this question than our friend, April Shprintz. She’s the author of Magic Blue Rocks, The Secret To Doing Anything, and the creator of the Generosity Culture(R). Prepare to be inspired to get closer to your clients, say thank you, and listen to their needs. I…
 
What happens when you hardwire your performance to your sense of self-worth? Ian Koniak has been a top performer throughout his career. Despite being a top achiever, he never felt happy or fulfilled. This led to a life of anxiety and hidden addiction. In this episode, Ian shares his journey through the valley of personal failure into a life of fulf…
 
How do you build confidence in the early days of your sales career? Jeb Blount Jr. shares stories from his journey as he builds his career. Whether you are new to sales or a seasoned veteran, you're going to enjoy this conversation. Not only will you laugh, but you'll also be challenged to revisit your personal goals.…
 
Contact management matters, maybe more than you already know. Today’s guest knows it, which is why he goes out of his way to learn and understand even more about the business he’s in on a regular basis. Today, you’ll hear about Jon Ferrara, founder and CEO of Nimble. Listen in to learn more about his history, what Nimble does and how it can help, a…
 
Living our best potential as sales professionals requires focus and self-leadership. To coach us on the skills of self-leadership, we've invited Dr. Mary Kelly to join us today. She is the author of several fantastic books including the Five Minute Leadership guide. She shares tactics and tools you can put to work right away to drive higher levels …
 
This is a time of uncertainty. In this episode, Meridith Elliott Powell, author of Thrive: Strategies to Turn Uncertainty Into Competitive Advantage. She coaches us on how to be successful in this dynamic marketplace. She believes that success comes down to what you focus on. Grab a pen and a notepad and get ready to learn about the things you can …
 
Larry Levine and Darrell Amy share their vision for the exciting 2021 Client Appreciation Challenge. During the week of May 17-21 we'll gather at 12pm EST | 9am PST to be inspired and equipped to say "thank you" to our clients. In this episode you'll discover who will be leading us and what you can expect from this incredible event! Register now at…
 
What's it like to be a buyer? Former corporate executive, Erin Hatzikostas, opens the curtain to share her experiences working with sales reps. She's the author of You Do You(ish), Unleash Your Authentic Superpowers to Get The Career You Desire. Today, Erin coaches us on how to bring our authentic selves to our sales role.…
 
Word of mouth recommendation has always been an important part of sales. Testimonials are vital. So of course, if you can find a way to leverage customer testimonials in your sales process, you can sell more effectively and close faster. Sam Shepler’s company helps you do just that. Sam is the founder and CEO of Testimonial Hero, and in today’s epi…
 
Compelling presentations are always difficult to create, but they’re an essential part of sales. And now there’s something that can help you organize and curate your various slides and get them ready to become a compelling presentation. Today you’re going to hear from James Ontra, the creator of the presentation management platform and communicatio…
 
Former NFL player, Marques Ogden coaches top professionals to develop habits that lead to new levels of success. Today we'll talk about the disciplines of a high-performance sales professional. He'll challenge us to up our game in the foundational parts of our roles. We'll also dive into the important question of "why" you do what you do.…
 
What do farming and sales have to do with each other, and why would you want to read a sales book written like an almanac? Today’s guest has thoughts about the connections between harvesting and sales, which is why he wrote the book Revenue Harvest: A Sales Leader’s Guide for Planning the Perfect Year. Listen in to hear more about Nigel’s work, whe…
 
Get an insider's account of how to succeed in sales. Jesse Rothstein is the author of Carry That Quota. He's also a global account manager for LinkedIn. We discuss how to marry short term vision with long term vision to create lasting relationships that will carry us through our career. What does that mean for us as sales professionals? Listen to t…
 
Empathy is important but it must be combined with persuasion to close business. Jason Cutter, is the author of Selling With Authentic Persuasion: Transform from Order Taking to Quota Breaker. Today he coaches us on how to sell with heart to influence buying decisions. We'll explore why sales is broken and what can be done to fix it.…
 
If we want to grow, we need to be ready to get uncomfortable. Our guest, Jason Van Camp, is the author of Deliberate Discomfort. He believes that if we want to grow we should choose discomfort. As the Chairman of Mission Six Zero and the Executive Director of Warrior Rising, he brings his experiences as a Green Beret to help leaders succeed. He coa…
 
Authenticity is a frequent topic on the Selling From the Heart Podcast. As a sales leader, how do you recruit authentic salespeople to your team? Our guest, Nigel Green, is the author of Revenue Harvest. He's interviewed over 3,000 sales candidates. He shares what managers should look for and also gives advice for how authentic sales pros should in…
 
Do you wear a FitBit? Fitness trackers are producing more data than ever. But how useful are all these charts and graphs? We dig into the spreadsheets of the Quantified Self to see what kind of person we can find in the numbers. Meanwhile, as Big Tech companies hoover up data about our resting heart rates, body-fat percentages, and sleep habits, is…
 
Why you have to trust in order to know. Learn more about "Lateral reading" sourcing and more with this video series that Chris recommends: https://thecrashcourse.com/courses/navigatingdigitalinfo Skip the argument with our new Short Circuit format! Adam or Chris grabs the mic for a more personal reflection on technology & faith. These shorter entri…
 
From disinformation to polarization, we hardly know what to believe anymore. And knowing who to believe isn't any easier. Chris and Adam talk thru the marks of conspiracy theories, and how moderation of social platforms may need to get more personal, not less. And how does our Christian faith impact this all? Doubting Thomas and how Paul talks abou…
 
This week Adam sits down to talk about finding Upgrades in an expected place: The Book of Genesis. Skip the argument with our new Short Circuit format! Adam or Chris grabs the mic for a more personal reflection on technology & faith. These shorter entries are a bonus to our full-length episodes. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcas…
 
Right now we must have a compelling value proposition. We need to know what our customers need before they know what they need. If you are looking for ways to communicate and add value, you'll enjoy this insightful conversation with Fred Diamond from the Institute For Excellence in Sales.By Larry Levine and Darrell Amy
 
Can we live more genuine, compassionate, and focused lives online? Well-known Christian author Andy Crouch joins his daughter Amy Crouch for a fascinating conversation on living My TechWise Life: Growing Up and Making Choices in a World of Devices Amy’s book is a follow up to the The TechWise Family by Andy Crouch: and the family Amy grew up in! No…
 
In an environment where many, if not most, businesses are suffering, how does a company grow by 300% during a pandemic? Today’s guest made it happen, and he wrote a book about it. Listen in to today’s episode to hear Marylou interview Brandon Bornancin, the entrepreneur who founded Seamless.AI and the author of the soon-to-be-released book Whatever…
 
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