In this episode of Killer Media Sales, Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson talk to all of those who would like to change careers and become a sales person, or anyone that’s always been interested in sales but doesn’t know if they have the skills needed to be good at it. The pair discuss communication skills, strong presentation, the way you carry yourself, and how you present information are just a few of the skills and qualities that make a good sales person.

They also mention that one of the core fundamentals in sales is that you have to be “fairly fearless” when it comes to talking about money. They mention that being likable is really important in sales but emphasise that “this is not enough” to be good at sales. They highlight that talking about money is key, and probably the most important thing in sales is you have to be able to close a deal and not only be pleasant with a client.

According to the duo, salespeople can lack certain qualities and skills and still be good at it, however they give one single and powerful piece of advice to anyone that is moving into sales or trying to get a job in sales that will help you discover if this career is for you. Do you want to know what it is? Don’t miss this amazing episode and find out! Tune in now!

Do you remember the last time that you bought a product just because a celebrity endorsed it? And can you tell if you are being persuaded or influenced?

In this episode of Killer Media Sales, Russell Stephenson is joined again by the director and owner of Frontier Performance Pancho Mehrotra to talk about persuasion and implements in sales. They discuss the differences between persuasion and influence and give advice to sales people about the importance of understanding your own thinking in order to influence and persuade others and improve your sales.

The duo also talk about the mistakes that sales people make when they focus on “sales tactics” rather than building the self of that person so he or she can learn (among other things) how to react under pressure or how to improve their communication skills. Pancho mentions that this is one of the big challenges in sales nowadays, but also says that if you want to improve your sales and learn how to be more persuasive and influential in your role, this is something that can be learned and trained and definitely can be mastered with experience.

If you want to learn how to influence more and persuade better, this is an episode that you can’t miss. Tune in now!

Have you ever wanted to understand why you feel particular emotions, and how are these affecting your sales results? Would you like to know how to control your emotions and behaviours so you can fight adversity and thrive in your work environment? Even more, if you’re looking to hire and expand your sales department, do you want to know what the crucial aspects are that you should look for in your candidates?

In this episode of Killer Media Sales, Russell Stephenson talks to the founder of Frontier Performance Pancho Mehrotra about emotional intelligence, and the importance of training it, as well as how you can become more adaptable in your business environment by developing and enhancing this skill. Pancho also shares his knowledge on what are the key attributes that you should look at when trying to hire a salesperson, by explaining the “S.A.L.E. Personality”.

They also discuss the impact of the environment in which you were raised as a key factor in your future behaviour and how this can be re-wired for the better by working on yourself slowly but constantly. Pancho also shares the importance of having adaptability and balance within your team, people who can build relationships but also members who are goal orientated. This is an amazing episode that you can not miss. Listen now!

Professional sports players will make small steps to slowly increase their skills, speed, strength and other abilities, and many salespeople will follow a similar regime.

On this week of Killer Media Sales, Hosts Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson delve into the ways in which salespeople can change their mind state about what is possible.

They explore how people limit themselves based on past results, why we are conditioned to be risk averse, and the secret to keeping the furnace burning within you that drives you to achieve more.

All of this and 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.

With Momentum Media looking to grow their account management team hosts Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson have been putting together a position description for the new role. A process which has left them wondering, what are the key attributes that make for a successful salesperson?

In this episode of Killer Media Sales, they reveal what they look for in new sales talent, including the curveball question that they ask applicants – and how the response to that question can determine if they are right for the team.

They reveal techniques for maintaining enthusiasm throughout a sales career, explain how to cope if you find yourself in a sales ‘rut’, and explain why organisational skills are the blueprints to success.