GUEST: Trial Attorney Sales Secrets, with Jess Lorona

"The Art of Sales" Podcast

Trial attorneys need to be master influencers, and “sell” in many different ways and situations. Today’s guest is a prominent, experienced litigator who shares some of his sales success secrets as they relate to interacting with clients, jurors, opposing attorneys, and judges. You’ll be able to adapt these ideas and methods to your own interactions […]

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Question Like this TV Detective to Get Great Information

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We can learn how to be better at sales by observing and studying other professions. Police detectives are very skilled questioners. A fictitious one from an old TV series, who used several great techniques was Columbo. Hear the techniques he used to get people to really open up, and how you can easily use them […]

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GUEST: He’s Going for 1000 No’s This Summer; Leo Quinn

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One of the biggest fears of salespeople–or anyone–is hearing NO. Our guest today, Leo Quinn, is embracing the “Go for No” philosophy and is on a mission to hear 1000 NO’s in the summer of 2019. You’ll hear what is he doing, why, what he has experienced and learned, and how he has changed. And, […]

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Free On-Demand Training: “How to Place the Successful Smart Sales and Prospecting Call”

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I’ve shared hundreds of pieces of training and valuable how-to posts here, but I don’t believe I’ve put up something this comprehensive that is not a one-time event. Because I want everyone to have access to my Smart Calling process, step-by-step, along with messaging examples, I’m making available this free, on-demand training: “How to Place […]

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What if you asked this question more often?

"The Art of Sales" Podcast

Here’s a question that is proven to unlock creativity and possibilities in the minds of people who hear it. And we should be asking it more of everyone, especially our prospects and customers. Listen Here

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Sales Lessons From Buying Hundreds of Tickets to Sold Out Games

"The Art of Sales" Podcast

Over the years Art has attended hundreds of sporting events while on the road doing training. Many of those events were popular and sold out. But he scored tickets at, or below face value. Hear his techniques, and the sales lessons learned, that you can use too. Listen Here

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Don’t Ask the Dumb Questions that Give Useless Answers

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Picking up on the theme from the previous episode, there are indeed dumb questions in sales. They give us useless answers. You’ll hear examples of these dumb questions–many of which you have heard, and possibly use. And you’ll get what to say instead to get valuable information to help you help the customer buy. Listen […]

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How to Avoid the Stupid Sales Questions

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Perhaps you’ve heard the old saying, “There’s no such thing as a dumb question.” That’s not true in sales. There are actually stupid questions that you should avoid. These are the ones that actually cause people to resent and resist the questioner. Hear what to avoid, and what to ask to get people to open […]

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Who’s the Better Salesperson? Elton John or Billy Joel?

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Art was at a concert where Billy Joel and Elton John performed together. They both did an amazing job with their music, but one was clearly the better salesperson regarding how he connected with the audience. Hear who that was, exactly what he did, and how you can model it in your own sales. Listen […]

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