When operating in a complex and ambiguous marketplace, you need to have your head screwed on the right way. While you might feel like playing it safe at points, it is important to keep a rhythm in the way you do things so that you don’t gloss over the small stuff.

On this episode of Killer Media Sales, Hosts Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson discuss mindset, goal setting and strategies to ensure that you don’t slip to the back of the pack.

They also look into how you can plan ahead to avoid common pitfalls in the sales process, as well as how to plan ahead and make the most of your goals and future aspirations in order to capitalise on opportunities when they are in front of you.

Tune in to hear this and much much more on this episode of Killer Media Sales!

Of all the skills a salesperson needs, negotiation has got to be top of the list. The ability to work around a tough situation is something that will benefit you greatly in the long run.

On this episode of Killer Media Sales, Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson mull over the ins and outs of good negotiating. They dwell on their experience in trying to get the best out of a bad hand of cards, as well as how you can approach any situation with the right mindset to maximise results.

The two also discuss a few case studies from Momentum Media whereby they saw people actively pursuing the best deal through negotiating tactics, and how you can use these tactics to gain a competitive edge in your selling operations.

Tune in to hear this and much more on this episode of Killer Media Sales.

In this episode of Killer Media Sales hosts Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson explain why they believe that the secret to winning is as simple as having a winning mindset. But how do you build this mindset and why is it so important?

They deep-dive into the positive mentality killers, explain why a ‘to do list’ should in fact be called a ‘daily win list’ and explain how small wins can set you up for a successful day.

From listing priorities in order of magnitude, to why ‘making your bed each morning’ is so important, Alex and Russell focus on the need to understand your working pace, and why sometimes chasing just the deal can be fraught with danger.