Podcast Episode 6 – Being a Star Salesman and Manager with S. Anthony Iannarino

I hope you enjoy this episode.
It is full of great advise that can help you become a better salesman and sales manager. Anthony of the popular sales blog www.thesalesblog.com has a lot of experience and skill in this subject so listen closely.

Here are the links to the resources mentioned in the podcast:
- Anthonys blog – www.thesalesblog.com
- The Future Selling Institute
- My review of The Future Selling Institute
- Solution Staffing
- B2B Sales Coach and Consultancy
- The 7 habits of highly effective people
- Mastery: The Keys to Success and Long-Term Fulfillment
- The Discipline of Market Leaders: Choose Your Customers, Narrow Your Focus, Dominate Your Market

                                                                                                                          

Related posts:

  1. Product Review: The Future Selling Institute by David Brock and S. Anthony Innarino
  2. Podcast: Sales Management With Kelley Robertson
  3. How a Taxi Driver Proved to be a Star Salesman
  4. The 5 Traits of a Star Salesman
  5. Podcast: Your Path to Your Dreams Episode 3 – Planning for Your Success
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10 Responses to Podcast Episode 6 – Being a Star Salesman and Manager with S. Anthony Iannarino

  1. Doug Rice says:

    Thanks Daniel! I’m a big fan of Anthony’s work. I read his blog everyday. This is my first time hearing his voice, though. Great discussion.

    • Daniel M. Wood says:

      Hey Doug,

      I am glad I could give you the chance :)
      He is very interesting and has a lot of great ideas.

      What did you find most useful in the podcast?

  2. Paul Castain says:

    I really enjoyed this podcast Daniel and Anthony!

    Great list of sales attributes, fantastic book recommendations and a solid take away at the end!

    Much appreciation to Anthony for the mention when he named a few examples of the many blogs out there.

    Respectfully,
    Paul Castain

    • Daniel M. Wood says:

      Hey Paul,

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
      It was great having Anthony over for this interview, he did a great job and all of it off the cuff.

  3. Doug Rice says:

    Of course, the entire discussion was stimulating, but something subtle I drew out of it was the discussion regarding Sales 2.0 and the necessity of constantly maintaining the appropriate sales attributes. Now more than ever, you cannot hide from your relationships. You cannot be two-faced. Integrity and consistency are essential. Great point.

    • Daniel M. Wood says:

      Hey Doug,

      Thanks for listening.
      Anthony made some very interesting points.
      Being transperant and showing your true colors has really become a necessity.

      Do you work in sales Doug?

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