What Buyer Criteria Should You Know About?

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Aristotle first came up with the concept of Modes of Persuasion (furnished by the spoken word.)

In this episode of The 2X Podcast, Bill Caskey takes this and modernizes it a bit to help you see the criteria you are being judged on. That might be nice to know, huh? There are four parts to it.

Suggestion: Have your notebook and pencil out so you can get full value of this episode.

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The Prerequisites For 2X Growth

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On this episode of The 2X Podcast, Bill addresses a very common mistake that most salespeople make when they decide to try and drastically improve their results, they JUMP.

They jump to making more calls, working more hours and desperately making more connections on LinkedIn. Those are all great things, but if you don’t do the prerequisites first, you’ll never get to where you want to be.

Bill gives you 6 prerequisites you can start on today, before you begin your journey to 2X!

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The Importance Of Your Sales Funnel

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In this episode of The 2X Podcast, Bill channels his inner marketing voice and shares what every sales pro needs to know about building a SALES FUNNEL.

Every service/product you represent NEEDS a funnel. And Bill talks about how to start building your’s today.

He also shares some ideas on The Customer Journey.

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The Extreme Value in Being Seen As A Thought Leader

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In this episode of The 2X Podcast, Michael Pici, Director of Sales at Hubspot (www.hubspot.com) shares his story of how he became a thought leader in his market – and how you can too.

Michael provides simple instructions to get started and what it can mean to you and your career (and your income).

Learn more about Hubspot at hubspot.com.

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When Things Get Tough

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What do you do when things get tough?

We all go through difficult times, but sometimes, those periods of woe are quite serious.

In sales, you may lose a big deal that you counted on. In leadership, one of your top execs might have just resigned. In the financial game, the big deal you banked on went belly-up.

In this episode, Bill reviews some ideas on how to get out of the doldrums if you find yourself in them.

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