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Defining Your Why with Dean Mercado

Defining Your Why with Dean Mercado

If you’re a small business owner, you obviously want to create a profitable company. But have you ever stepped back to ask – really and truly – why you want to be financially successful? The ability to answer that question might be the difference between prosperity and failure.

It’s one thing to want to make money; it’s quite another to think about why making money is important to you. Dean Mercado, the Founder, and CEO of Online Marketing Muscle and Best Selling Author of The MINDStretch: 49 Inspiring Insights for Business Breakthroughs, suggests that answering this question may be the key to growing your business more than you ever thought possible. Join Meny as he and Dean talk about why the “Why” matters, Dean’s recommendation that a small business owner should make himself unnecessary, the secrets to finding a good business coach, the importance of having an accountability partner, and much more.

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Overcoming Bad Habits to Become a Wildly Successful Salesperson: Talking with Warren Greshes

Overcoming Bad Habits to Become a Wildly Successful Salesperson: Talking with Warren Greshes

It’s time for you to be really honest with yourself: are you afraid of hearing “no” when you try to sell – and is that fear preventing you from becoming a great salesperson? In this episode, our guest is Warren Greshes, an expert in the areas of sales, personal and professional development, leadership development, and employee motivation. He has addressed corporate and association audiences all over the world, and Bridgestone/Firestone, Hewlett Packard, Monsanto, and Coca-Cola are among his many corporate clients. He has also spoken in front of some of the world’s largest and most prestigious organizations, including The Million Dollar Round Table, The National Association of Realtors, and Sales and Marketing Executives International.

In our conversation, Warren reveals how to be a successful salesperson, and how most people are not good at sales because they are afraid of rejection. He breaks down why activity goals are more important than sales goals and why you should never walk out of an appointment without a conclusion. Warren encourages you to stop thinking about the sale itself and instead focus on the client’s needs and how your product or service will benefit them. Read more