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Scott Plum and Bill Hellkamp
Winning at Selling
Sales Leadership, Training and Development by Scott "The Professor"- Plum and Bill Hellkamp
Selling is an interactive activity and successful results will be determined by being prepared for all opportunities. The market is constantly changing and how people buy evolves as more options are available. Learn how to generate greater revenue, memorable experiences, and create client advocates by subscribing and applying relevant selling skills.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 125 ratings
Opening doors with every episode!
This podcast is an absolutely excellent resource for all things sales. I appreciate the variety of guests, the quality of information, and Scott and Bill's sincere humility to give all this amazing insight away for free!Read full review »
Arlie K via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/01/21
5-star rating!
Thank you, Bill and Scott, for all that you do! I look forward to your podcasts and appreciate the applicable, relevant, and on-point advice that you share. You both are also professional and personable. I highly recommend your sales training and guidance and you deserve a 5-star rating!
Anita=G via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/04/20
I couldn’t listen anymore
All these guys did for the first 10 minutes is talk about themselves. I use to say if you can’t sell you go into marketing, training, or consulting ... I’ll add start a podcast after listening to these guys do nothing but bloviate about themselves.
Pancho Joe via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/27/20
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