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Lisa Catto caught John’s attention with her self proclaimed title on Linkedin as the Queen of Automation. John has been saying for years that automation is turning sales reps into robots so he had to have her on to discuss where automation can help and hurt throughout the sales process. Lisa says digital selling tools can be effective as long as th…
 
Shelton Banks is someone who embodies the “Make it Happen” mentality. He was a high school dropout who lived in a tough neighborhood growing up but didn’t want that to define him. He found a job on Craigslist that didn’t need a high school diploma and worked her way up to then get himself into finance and now runs two non-profit organizations focus…
 
People looking for answers need to ask questions first, advises consultant and writer Christie Hunter Arscott, author of the upcoming “Begin Boldly.” You see children “asking so many questions about the world,” she says, adding that we should encourage curiosity and “teach people to approach life with a spirit of inquiry.” She says that trait is pa…
 
Sales trainer, and self proclaimed “King of Sales,” Jeffrey Gitomer has been in the sales game longer than most and he has the stats and social following to prove it. With over 15 books, many of them on the NYT Best Seller list, 70k followers on LinkedIn and thousands of followers on other social channels he has influenced millions of sales profess…
 
Brandon Bornancin, CEO and founder of Seamless.ai, has known John for more than a decade, back to when they started their respective companies. In that time Seamless, which helps clients broaden and deepen their business connections, has become one of the country’s fastest growing tech companies. On the podcast they discuss how passion can sometime…
 
After landing his dream job, Sean Castrina was set. Then new management spoke the dreaded words that the company was “going in a different direction.” His response: “I'm never ever going to depend on anybody again,” and an entrepreneur was born. He has since launched 15 companies, coached other business owners, and started a podcast. Among the trai…
 
When Chris Schembra visited Italy and feasted on its food and love of life he realized he “was lonely, unfulfilled, … (and) overwhelmed.” After despair led him to self-harm, he discovered that embracing gratitude in the face of adversity is good for the soul and the bottom line. Today he is a successful consultant and author, having just released “…
 
Successful selling requires being able to “push past the concept of just the transactional mindset of sales,” says Dale Dupree, founder of the Sales Rebellion sales training company. He gained that perspective during his time selling copiers, which went from expensive tools to commodities. Rather than trying to win “a race to the bottom” on pricing…
 
In building his sales career, Jamie Shanks found he could make more genuine connections on LinkedIn than trying to “shake hands and kiss babies” at in-person networking events. Eventually, people were more impressed by his “social selling” skills than his products, and a career in training was born. The CEO of Pipeline Signals sales intelligence co…
 
Laura Palmer got into sales because she “always wanted to be paid what I was worth.” She sharpened her skills at Google and today Laura is a Web 3.0/Metaverse pioneer as global vice president of sales for Unity Technologies, a major video game industry supplier. As she scaled her career, she says it became even more important to listen to her team.…
 
Growing up poor in an affluent community could have left Scott MacGregor bitter, but he chose to be grateful for family and being born in the United States. The founder and CEO of the recruiting firm SomethingNew says appreciating what you have is a catalyst for “building relationships with amazing people” who share that outlook and can become busi…
 
Pioneering designer Richard Banfield calls the product “a non-human salesperson” that can promote brand affinity and help generate revenue. He says meaningful communication between design and sales teams is “when you can get that truly innovative insight” to create products that don’t just dazzle consumers, they solve problems. Banfield credits his…
 
Mindset coach Amber Deibert: helps Silicon Valley business leaders get past impostor syndrome, which she once battled herself. She says too many top performers miss out on life’s joys because their accomplishments only reinforce a sense of unworthiness. She turns that thinking on its head, saying, “You cannot feel impostor syndrome unless you’re a …
 
Business and brand development consultant Kasey Jones, CEO of A Better Jones, found inner peace and a fresh approach to business while recovering from a near-fatal dog attack. The growth strategy coach explains that healing her soul along with her body was part of “a period of personal discovery in a very, very powerful and rewarding way.” Hear how…
 
Roderick Jefferson, Global Vice President of Enablement at PRO Unlimited, Bestselling Author and Keynote Speaker talks about his experience surviving a near fatal stroke and his renewed outlook on life, faith, family and friends. We also discuss focusing on what you can control and the importance of asking for help.…
 
Dave Gerhardt, Founder of ExitFive.com and author of Founder Brand, talks about sales and marketing alignment and how we should all be using our personal brands to promote ourselves instead of outsourcing. We also explore the idea of sales reps becoming marketers and the struggle companies now have with employees who have strong personal brands.…
 
Melanie Fellay, CEO at Spekit and Forbes magazine 30, under 30 women CEOs, talks about the need to adapt herself through the different stages of her leadership role along with managing the pressures of being a young woman leader. We also focus the conversation on her personal values and the impact they have on company values and the importance of u…
 
Amy Volas, founder and CEO of Avenue Talent Partners, discusses decision-making and energy management versus time management. We also learn about her passion for journaling and how she uses journaling as part of her decision making process along with being meaningful and purposeful in ones career.על ידי John Barrows
 
Kyle Porter, CEO of Salesloft, joins us today to talk about what it’s like to go from startup all the way to acquisition. Kyle dives deep into his experience, how he grew as a leader and what he did to stay consistent on his journey. We also chat about the future of sales tools and the necessary skills we must acquire in order to advance as sales p…
 
Larry Long Jr. Chief Energy Office at LLJR Enterprise discussing the importance of understanding your why and your core values. We also talk about the importance of staying positive through tough times and how to stay motivated.על ידי John Barrows
 
Ralph Barsi, VP of Global Inside Sales at Tray.io breaks down accountability and how to hold yourself and others accountable along with removing obstacles as a leader and what your role is in that. Finally we look forward to five years into the future to see how we will feel about ourselves and our actions today.…
 
Doug Landis, Growth Partner at Emergence Capital, discusses the importance of core values, and how recent events have forced companies and individuals to rethink those values. The great recession and how to attract and retain talent. Discussions and opinions on NFTs and the metaverse and the impact they're having on business.…
 
Chris Merrill, Meghan Forgione, and John Barrows come together in the last episode of 2021 to reflect back on the year and talk about why 2022 will be even better for JB Sales. With the addition of new trainers, big company moves, the community growing legs of its own, and continuing to provide impactful events and experiences for revenue-facing pr…
 
In the spirit of giving thanks this past week, we are recognizing our membership community, who truly show up and show out for every webinar, livecast, AMA, and event we have. Thank you for bringing your greatness and energy! This episode, James Buckley talks with member Sterling Frandsen, inside sales representative at Tiled, about his career star…
 
Nick Cegelski, AE at Time by Ping, frequently participates with the JB Sales teams on their webinars and is always a welcome guest, so we are thrilled to bring him back onto Make It Happen Mondays. This is a very tactical episode talking about what you can do before, during, and after the sale. Listen in for advice on how to manage deals, how to en…
 
This week Alice Shaff joins John to talk about how his trainings have helped her over the years launch a career from starting as an SDR, to Head of Business Development at Anjuna. She talks about mindset, how important it is to have mentors in business, and how you have to launch your sales career first because no one else will care as much. Alice'…
 
Suneera Madhani, mentor, investor and Fortune's 40 Under 40 CEO at Stax by fattmerchant, joins John this week to talk about mom guilt, building a legacy of empowering women, and evaluating $10 tasks versus $10,000 tasks. This episode is filled with serious life advice from two different generations, actionable time management tips, and how to appro…
 
Thank you for 1 million downloads of Make It Happen Mondays Podcast! We are incredibly grateful for your listenership and couldn’t be more proud of this milestone. Let’s countdown the top 5 episodes of all time! Episode #1: This week we’re replaying one of our most impactful episodes that we’ve ever produced on Make It Happen Mondays. Our guest is …
 
Thank you for 1 million downloads of Make It Happen Mondays Podcast! We are incredibly grateful for your listenership and couldn’t be more proud of this milestone. Let’s countdown the top 5 episodes of all time! Episode #2: This week we’re pleased to have an award winning sales rep on the podcast. You may remember back at Dreamforce, Chili Piper th…
 
Thank you for 1 million downloads of Make It Happen Mondays Podcast! We are incredibly grateful for your listenership and couldn’t be more proud of this milestone. Let’s countdown the top 5 episodes of all time! Episode #3: This replay of Episode 109 welcomes Sean Sheppard, who’s friendship spans years with John. Sean is a 5-time Founder and has 3 …
 
Thank you for 1 million downloads of Make It Happen Mondays Podcast! We are incredibly grateful for your listenership and couldn’t be more proud of this milestone. Let’s countdown the top 5 episodes of all time! Episode #4: This replay of Episode 129 welcomes Tom Williams, Head of DealPoint (part of Clari), onto the podcast. Tom joins us and brings…
 
Thank you for 1 million downloads of Make It Happen Mondays Podcast! We are incredibly grateful for your listenership and couldn’t be more proud of this milestone. Let’s countdown the top 5 episodes of all time! This replay of Episode 136 explains Armand Farrokh’s winning formula that allows him to crush quota repeatedly. Hitting 100% of quota is o…
 
Heather Monahan, Top 40 Keynote Speaker in 2020 and Best-Selling Author, comes together with John this week to discuss building confidence when you’re not the expert throughout all stages of your sales career. This conversation is filled with advice for sales reps and beyond on how and why you should listen to your gut & the voice in your head, sea…
 
Jules Kun, social media marketing strategist for many of the trainers at JB Sales, talks about her start in social media (tweeting to chefs for free appetizers!), her favorite lessons from working with Daymond John’s team while he was on Shark Tank, and in this episode hosts a mini consulting session with John on redefining his own brand in sales. …
 
James Buckley takes over Make It Happen Mondays podcast this week as he brings on guest Ashleigh Early, founder of The Other Sales Coach and podcast host of “The Other Side of Sales”, to share their opposing views on sales reps leaving voicemails. Ashleigh believes salespeople should not leave voicemails in general, with some caveats, "because the …
 
JB Sales' newest trainer, Shelly Gupta Correa, joins John this week to talk about her journey on growing up as a first generation Indian-American not conforming to cultural norms, tough career decisions and changes, and evaluating her values and priorities in life. Shelly's greatest lessons have come from taking different risks in life as well as b…
 
Tim O'Neil, CRO at Alation, joins John this week to continue to conversation from the last few weeks about the new career path of the SDR. They discuss a new model of how to grow organizations internally to break the predictable growth model that could be the novel way companies go to market. This episode is: for leadership to take back to your org…
 
Following up on last week’s episode (211) on product-led growth, Kris Rudeegaap joins John this week to talk about product-led growth changing the industry and the structure of sales organizations. Kris is the CEO and Co-Founder of Sendoso, a sending platform that helps sales & marketing teams send out direct mail, swag, handwritten notes, and more…
 
Doug Landis, Growth Partner at Emcap, joins John this week to discuss the shifting roles of sales due to product-led growth and how companies can adjust in order to evolve. This episode is especially important for the mid-tier 50% of reps that want to further their sales career. Doug and John discuss how over half of the reason people buy anything …
 
Todd Caponi joins John once again on Make It Happen Mondays almost 2 years after his first appearance (Episode 112) to talk about radical transparency and leading with one’s flaws in sales. “Perfection isn’t a thing”, and Todd goes on to explain why talking about what you can’t do or don’t have can actually create a stronger foundation for a relati…
 
Our guests this week are Alexine Mudawar, Major Account Executive at Displayr, and Gabrielle Blackwell, SDR at Gong. This week we have two smart powerful women chat with John on how to become an advocate for women in business, starting by the leadership selected to set examples, creating a safe and welcoming environment, and ensuring conversations …
 
Our guest this week is Debra Roberts, a conversation expert and creator of the Relationship Protocol, helps savvy business people navigate important conversations. This week with John she talks about how to approach conflict, triggers and why people react certain ways, as well tactical things to open up communication & build trust in a short period…
 
Our guest this week is Brian Trautschold, Cofounder at Ambition which is enterprise gamification for sales teams, joins John this week to talk about keeping remote employees motivated and accountable, and how companies and brands that incorporate gamification are changing the world. Gamification can foster teamwork and create an outlet for friendly…
 
Our guest this week is Hang Black, VP of Revenue Enablement at Juniper Networks and author of Embrace Your Edge, joins John this week to talk about adaptability within the customer lifecycle and personalization: telling people how you like to be connected with. Hang details how diversity, innovation, and creativity come into play in this new age of…
 
Our guest this week is Brian Burkhart, Founder and Chief Word Guy at SquarePlanet which focuses on presentations, strategy, and messaging. He joins John this week to talk about core values, growth mindset, and elevating others. Brian explains how one sets the tone as the leader yet emphasizes staying flexible throughout your entire career. You don'…
 
Our guest this week is Scott Gillum, CEO and founder of Carbon Design, who talks about what makes a good salesperson and what makes a good buyer, how personality-based marketing can be utilized, how to conduct solid research on brands and people, and also share their differing thoughts on the role of the SDR. Scott and John also discuss different s…
 
Our guest this week is Robbie Crabtree, a former trial lawyer turned founder of Performative Speaking. After years of convincing jurors and working on both sides of the attorney fence, Robbie elevated his talents and now helps visionary leaders become excellent speakers. Bridging the connection between persuasive speaking and sales, Robbie also pro…
 
Our guest this week is Beth Waterfall, Executive Director @ Elevate Northeast & Founder of Beth Waterfall Creative. Beth is a thought leader on the legalization and advocacy of marijuana and provides education in this episode around the history of cannabis and how it affects our economy, psyche, wellbeing and lifestyle. John and Beth also discuss w…
 
Our guests this week are Simon Mulcahy, Chief Innovation Officer @ Salesforce, and Karen Semone, Senior Director of Innovation at Salesforce. This conversation between John and these two dynamic, free-thinking leaders is filled with invention, thought leadership, innovation, and content. Both Karen and Simon emphasize genuine curiosity, curating th…
 
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