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01/24/2019

Top 5 Sales Podcasts

In the digital age, it can be hard to find time to read industry books, blogs, or reports. We are giving you the download on our top 5 sales podcasts that you need to start listening to. Give these a listen on your way to work, while at the gym, or during your lunch break.

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1. The Salesman Podcast

Host: Will Barron

Length: 30-45 minutes

A B2B focused sales and selling podcast. Will talks about influence, body language, and psychology of sales. He brings on a variety of guests who are successful in their industries and who challenge the listener to look at sales in a new light.

2. Get in the Door: Sales Prospecting Strategies & Tactics

Host: Steve Kloyda

Length: 10-35 minutes

Steve Kloyda focuses on getting you as a sales individual in front of prospect and clients. There are hidden nuggets of genius throughout his podcast. He gives you the tools needed to get you in front of a client and help push things past the finish line.

3. Sales Success Stories

Host: Scott Ingram

Length: 30-120 minutes

Ever wonder how the top salespeople become the best? Scott Ingram interviews the best of the best when it comes to sales. He asks how they manage the stress of an intense sales process and what motivates them to be the best.

4. Make It Happen Mondays - B2B Sales Talk with John Barrows

Host: John Barrows

Length: 30-50 minutes

We all hate Mondays, but with John Barrows, Mondays become a little more bearable. John's podcast covers it all! He bounces around from career paths to closing deals. If you are looking for a solid general sales podcast, this is the one for you.

5. StarUp Podcast

Host: Lisa Chow & Alex Blumberg

Length: 30-50 minutes

StartUp is a narrative style podcast hosted by Lisa Chow. StartUp focuses on a variety of different types of startups, from churches to podcasts. While StartUp is not going to give you direct sales advice the "This American Life" style podcast is sure to share perspective on the pain points startups face.

 

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