I think we all know by now that I am a sales person, even now after X amount of years I still get excited by a sale! Is that even normal? Who knows but it’s who I am and it’s also the reason that I have taken the decision to release the Smart Leaders Sell podcasts twice a month from now on. 

I’m sure it makes sense to you all that, if I can’t sell from a podcast, or if there’s not something that is relevant for me to sell for a podcast, then I can’t spend as much time on it. 

We’ve been running now for nearly three years and just under three hundred episodes which is amazing and I really enjoy spending time with you guys and love reading your reviews so please keep them coming and, to reassure you, no quality will be compromised and we will still have amazing guests and awesome subjects. 

I have been running the Selling to Corporate podcast for just over a year now and I started it because I believe that, no matter your type of business, every business owner should be putting in place a corporate revenue stream and adding a corporate revenue stream to their business. So, if you haven’t already done so grab the link and tune in.

Moving onto today’s episode and, just in case you were panicking that you might have to burst into song there’s nothing musical about it at all!

When we talk about tone deaf as it pertains to sales, generally it means that either the salesperson is overly optimistic or overly pessimistic. They are either looking at every single signal that a prospect is giving them as being a buying signal, and avoiding anything that looks like an objection or rejection which is definitely a sales mishap and that can make them difficult to tolerate.

Which is why I want to share with you how you can still sell in all types of environments and situations, study the practical things that you need to be doing to operate your business yet still be a good human being.

I’ll be going into much more detail about this in the episode but, for now I want to share with you:

  • How by using motivational sales you can communicate better and build effective relationships with your audience. 
  • Sell effectively, sales strategies are always changing so learn how to shift and adapt to them.


‘Sometimes you have to look at the other things that are going on in your business and where you can actually justify spending the time.’

‘When we talk about tone deaf as it pertains to sales, generally it means that either the salesperson is overly optimistic or overly pessimistic.’

‘The world cannot keep turning without an economy. That’s something I firmly believe, the world has to have an economy and that economy has to be stimulated.’

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