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Manage Smarter 56: Managing Calmer Under Pressure

Tina Greenbaum is a High-Performance Specialist, holistic psychotherapist, author, speaker and workshop leader. She is the creator of the program Mastery Under Pressure, an executive coaching program that teaches Olympic-level mindset skills for peak performance in high-stakes and high-stress environments. In this episode, we discuss: becoming a calmer manager to boost team performance; how to be aware of stress points in the moment without judgement; questions to ask about goal setting vs. stress levels; and dealing with fear and negative self-talk.

How to Be A Great Salesperson in 2019

How are you feeling at the beginning of this new year? Do you feel like you’re the best at what you do? If not, it’s time to change that.

Manage Smarter 47: The 4 Commitments of a Winning Team

Mark Eaton is a 7’4″ NBA All-Star, motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and author. He is passionate about sharing his teamwork message and has spoken to many world-class organizations. His book, The Four Commitments of a Winning Team, is a blend between his intriguing personal story and his principles for team building. Even if you don’t follow professional basketball, we’re certain you will enjoy it.

Sell Smarter – Episode 10 – Smarter Customer Feedback

Sell Smarter 10: Smarter Customer Feedback

In this episode of the Sell Smarter podcast we give advice for successful customer feedback and how to hear your clients rather than just listen. You can always get more great insights like these every day at SalesFuel.com and the SalesFuel mobile app!

Ask These Questions to Uncover Pain Points

Sales reps know that ideal prospects have the money and authority to buy. But, there’s something else that actually trumps those two things. Think you can guess what it is?

Manage Smarter 36: Managing with Ethics and Integrity

Donald Lee Sheppard is a highly sought-after speaker and the author of “The Dividends of Decency” and Principal at SHEPPARD. He coaches corporate leaders and students on the importance of values-based leadership, employing “Win-Win-Win” models of business and is an expert in ethics and integrity. In episode 36, we discuss: the definition of “Leadership Malpractice” with examples drawn from recent developments in college athletics, how to breathe life into your existing “Code of Ethics” for daily execution and how to recognize good ethics and integrity in job candidates.

Three Common Mistakes You Need to Avoid to Increase Sales

You may know your products/services backward and forward, but if you’re making these three sales mistakes, you may be sabotaging your sale.