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John sailing the SnarkThe Master Seller
doesn’t teach sales
as much as show sales

When the seller think they know all the answers
the are difficult to guide
When they know they are in uncharted waters
they are open to a map.

If you desire to become a Master Seller
avoid being a know it all
Straight forward honesty is the sure route.

Be content with making solid sales,
Knowing closed deals are a win
for buyer and seller alike.

This is Master Selling.

Closed door and door knobThis is a special blog post in preparation for the upcoming Sales Babble podcast. I’m enlisting a small set of people who I trust and admire to review this first “practice” podcast. There are a number of steps that must be accomplished in order to publish an episode. I’m using this post as a means of testing those steps.It would be great if you could help out!

This episode is nine minutes in length. I’m looking for advice regarding:

  • Sound Quality
  • Relevance
  • Professionalism
  • Any thing you’d like to share that might have value

My goal is to have this podcast published in iTunes shortly, however I’m told it could take awhile before the submission is approved. When that happens, I would appreciate it if you would subscribe to the Sales Babble podcast, in iTunes, at that time.

Most likely I will delete this posting on March 22nd if not sooner. That is the launch date. Which begs the question, what are my plans for the launch? I explain all this in the podcast, but for your convenience, here’s a brief synopsis:

March 15th – Soft Launch – a few close friends will have access and provide input into my first published episode
March 22nd – The Public Launch of Episode 1. This episode will define and explain the goals and plans of Sales Babble.
If you’ve not already done so, please take a moment and subscribe to Sales Babble; both on the website and in iTunes. I’d love it if you could give me a positive review iTunes, plus retweet my promotional tweets, and share my promotional Facebook postings. Anything you can do to help would be greatly appreciated.

Don’t stop learning about sales now. I have  a test podcast available right now.   Subscribe to the Sales Babble blog and listen to the podcast too.

Sign up and listen at  “Sales Babble Blog and Podcast”.

Thanks Sales Babbler!

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