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Get ready for your daily dose of sales strategies and tactics from Entrepreneurs with successful track records in growing profitable revenue - Chris Spurvey and Calvin Simpson.

Connect with Chris on LinkedIn. Reach out with a personalized invite and ask a question. We will be selecting one person per week to have a free strategy session.

Nov 13, 2017

In Episode 65, Chris and Calvin discuss gratitude. Tune in to learn tactical ways to say thank you to those people who help you out in order to drive more business.

3 Key Points

  • Pass along thank-yous and true gratitude for people who help you out with referrals.
  • Use send out cards to send cards to referrers...

Nov 12, 2017

In Episode 64, Chris and Calvin discuss identifying what you do in a clear and succinct matter. Tune in to learn the benefits which happen when others clearly know what you do.

Key Points

  • Give presentations and make sure your network is always up to date on your core offers.
  • Use emotion while explaining your services...

Nov 11, 2017

In Episode 63, Chris and Calvin discuss using urgency in networking. Tune in while Chris and Calvin show you how to apply urgency to your networking.

3 Key Points

  • When someone sends you a referral, be sure to reciprocate fast.
  • Apply urgency to helping others after they provide you a successful referral. Know people's...

Nov 10, 2017

I have a responsibility to sell value to people. I believe in what I sell and the key to my success is that I sell financial independence. I am supposed to help people find value, this is one of my responsibilities.

Welcome to Entrepreneur Sales School! My special guest today is Tyler Sheff.

Tyler Sheff currently serves...

Nov 9, 2017

In Episode 61, Chris and Calvin discuss how to give when networking. Tune in for tactical referral tips.

3 Key Points

  • Focus on the input of giving, not what is coming in return.
  • Take inventory of your relationships over time and cut the ones that are not producing on both sides.
  • Networking should be a win-win over the...