Podcast: Sales Management With Kelley Robertson

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We will take a short break in the motivational series for a interview with sales trainer Kelley Robertsom of Fearless Selling.ca.

This was a great interview and I think you will find it very useful and educational.


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You can find the newsletter Kelley talks about in the podcast here, “100 Ways to Increase Your Sales.”

Here is the review I wrote of Kelley’s book Power Selling.

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3 Responses to Podcast: Sales Management With Kelley Robertson

  1. Hi Daniel,
    Great chat with Kelley. What I really like is what he has learnt about making lasting change……do one thing at a time, go as slow as you need to and take people with you. Great advice.

    Adrian

    • Daniel M. Wood says:

      Hey Adrian,
      It was very interesting to speak with him.
      He has done a lot and learned much as a sales trainer.

      I agree that was some great advice to take it one step at a time.

      Have you ever done that same mistake, trying to change to much too fast?

      • Daniel,
        I’ve often made this mistake in different areas and projects. Just gotta try and stay alert and see the signs to avoid crashing. It’s all a learning process.

        Adrian

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