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Modern Sales Podcast
A sales podcast that’ll help you sell more by understanding how people buy.
Your New Favorite Sales Podcast
At the heart of all sales is people. It doesn’t matter if you’re a business owner, solo consultant, or frontline seller – it all comes down to people. And the most important question you can answer about people is how they buy and make decisions.
Modern Sales is a sales podcast that’ll help you build sales skills by understanding how people buy. Every week we publish two episodes: one solo (with just Liston, the host), and one interview episode. In every episode, you’ll get actionable advice based on the psychology, behavioral economics, neuroscience, and first-hand experience behind how people buy.
If you’ve never heard the show before, here are some of our favorite episodes:
Selling remotely means a slightly different approach to your sales process, and you’ll have to make adjustments accordingly. Attempting to directly transfer your sales process from in-person to online won’t work. In this episode, you’ll learn some of the nuance that goes along with selling remotely, and how to update your sales process accordingly.
Whether you’re new to remote selling or you’ve been doing it for years, you know that building trust is a critical part of the process. In this episode, you’ll learn how use video selling to build trust during your remote selling process, along with some other ideas about how to use video in your remote sales process.
We’re all in a time of great upheaval, and one of the biggest changes is being stuck inside. If you’re new to remote selling, there’s a lot to learn. In this episode, I’ll cover the basics of what you need to know.
The focus of your services can have many variations. It may vary from client to client or from project to project. So, it is important for you to know what your focus is and what value you can provide to your potential clients. It is important so that you can clearly explain it to them.
No pain, no change. In order for your buyer to be ready to make a purchase with you, they have to be in some kind of pain right now. That could be caused by a gap in their capabilities, by them losing money, missing opportunities, or losing out to the competition. Whatever it is, they’d better have some pain. Here’s how to find it.
Is it better to focus on your prospect’s pain points, or what they stand to gain? In this episode, we’ll dive into the science of how buyers make decisions and which messages are more likely to move them to action. The results might surprise you…
Sales personality tests promise a lot, but they may not deliver what you think they do. This multi-billion dollar industry wants you to believe it’s science, but is it? And if not, are personality tests useful at all?