Pancho Mehrotra returns for another episode of Killer Media Sales to unpack the psychology of selling and the competitive drive that is required for salespeople to succeed. For some people, competition is innate and is part of everyday life; for others, it is developed through a process of consistency and practice.

Russell and Pancho explore how you can focus your energy on the right pillars in order to gain advantage over those you are competing with, why competing and winning are two different things, as well as the difference between people who are hunters and people who are farmers when it comes to selling.

All of this and much more on this episode of Killer Media Sales!

Salespeople can be sucked into the numbers game, and often can become exhausted in the process. Pancho Mehrotra knows this all too well, and on this weeks episode of Killer Media Sales, he reflects on his career in sales and the lessons learned in the process.

Host Russell Stephenson speaks with Pancho about the barriers he faced along the way, how his attitude has changed in the process of growing as a saleperson, and why he believes some things should be avoided in order to succeed in a challenging market.

Pancho and Russell also discuss the 3 pillars of success when selling, as well as the ways you can shift your mindset in order to maximise your potential and achieve your goals.

All of this and much more on this episode of Killer Media Sales

This week we are pulling out an old favourite from the archives.

Author, journalist and star of a viral video titled “The most inspiring speech” with at the time of writing 5.5 million views Dr Rick Rigsby joins us this week for a special live episode of Killer Media Sales.

Alongside host Alex Whitlock, Rick will share the insights that he has gained from working with business leaders and elite athletes and how you can use the basics to make yourself a better salesperson.

He will unpack how you can communicate more clearly, the importance of always growing as a person, and how you can become a sales champion.

Tune in now to hear all of this and much, much more in this episode of Killer Media Sales!

Have you confused ego with confidence? Do you lack confidence or is your confidence driven by your ego? Or are you even conscious of your own ego during the selling process?

In this episode of Killer Media Sales Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson talk about why sales people should have high confidence and charisma as this is key to the sales process. They also mention how the ego can be an extension or your own personality and can sometimes “help” in the process of selling, however they warn about personality clashes and letting the ego take over completely.

You can’t miss this episode of Killer Media Sales as you’re going to find out if having an ego is good or bad for you as a sales person.

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.

The darkest months of COVID-19 had a huge impact on sales teams around the world. However, approaching the end of this financial year 2021, Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson talk about the pitfalls and dangers for salespeople and sales managers to underestimate the market moving forward.

They also give advice on how sales people should look back, and set up targets based on the trajectory that they think is out, to trust in their gut and try to avoid limiting themselves by setting up those new sales targets.

Large media groups in Australia are proactively going out with tight strategies around how they sell native space. They are also digging deep in the creation of content and how to utilise it.

In this episode of Killer Media Sales Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson talk about how to proactively put a proposition forward to a client that has native content and a native strategy.

They share their knowledge in how to create a deep client relationship of trust and the most effective way to deal with any kind of sales opportunity. But more importantly, they talk about how to deal and educate a client to create an evergreen holistic view on content creation.

You can’t miss this episode of Killer Media Sales, tune it now to hear much more!

With the majority of businesses adapting to the changing nature of the market, loyalty is something that is more important than ever.

In this episode of Killer Media Sales, Russell Stephenson joins host Alex Whitlock to share insights into how you can enhance client engagement, increase brand recognition, and ensure that stakeholders all feel like they are a part of the equation.

They will discuss why you need to focus on small details, how you can increase recognition of your brand, and when it is the right time to celebrate those small wins.

Tune in now to hear all of this and much, much more in this episode of Killer Media Sales

In a disrupted marketplace, it is absolutely essential for salespeople to be receptive to evolving circumstances and to harness the opportunities that these new situations are presenting you with.

On this episode of Killer Media Sales, hosts Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson outline why in times like these, it’s more important than ever to stop and smell the roses.

They also explore the importance of counting milestones, approaching barriers with the right mindset and increasing the frequency of touch points to ensure that relationships and servicing of clients remains as smooth a process as possible.

 

Sometimes in the sales process, you fall into a rut. The same patterns and habits can lead you down a rabbit hole of mediocrity, but how do you get out?

Hosts Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson outline why it’s critical to set the tone from the outset, how to control your workflow without burning yourself out, and what tactics to use when you are stalling.

They explain how to apply the appropriate tempo to a particular selling scenario, whether the pace usually increases as you get closer to closing a deal, and why you should always have the bigger picture in mind.