...but only after his “hippie” “woo-woo” “holistic” approach makes you more successful.
Coach Aaron Schiller came to eat cake and reveal objections...and he’s all out of cake. A Silicon Valley all-star, Aaron has worked with Facebook, AT&T and Yale University. He joins us by remote to talk about his emotionally intelligent brand of selling, and finishes up by offering his direct number and a free half-hour to our listeners.
The conversation continues! Scot continues to dig into Kinetigear's BoXZY, with Hadley Pratt and Joel Johnson, and Lisa Davidson of The Outsourced Sales Manager. The group explores the nature of closing and the step-by-step sales process, culture gets a long look, Hadley asks a hard question...so hard that Scot and Lisa disagree on the answer.
Breaking from the show’s usual format, Hadley Pratt and Joel Johnson stop by the studio to talk about BoXZY, their breakthrough product for makers and schools.
In a brutally honest sales and marketing roundtable workshop, Hadley Pratt and Joel Johnson from Kinetigear face the question of how a small tech company that prefers not to follow conventional sales wisdom can still meet Scot MacTaggart’s ambitious goal of “getting BoXZY into every school”. Lisa Davidson of The Outsourced Sales Manager joins as a special guest.
Joey Vallarian wants you to call him when your CFO gets arrested.
After weeks of guests talking about how they achieved tremendous success, Scot invites crisis PR specialist Joey Vallarian of Communication and Crisis (communicationandcrisis.com) on to the show to talk about the curveballs that life and luck can throw a startup or a sales team, and how to manage it when things get rocky.