I’m joined this week by Meridith Elliott Powell who is a brilliant sales mind who’s written many books, is considered a top sales expert to follow by LinkedIn and happens to be one of my favorite fellow keynote speakers.

We’re going to discuss how selling in times of crisis is not a bad thing, that it isn’t time to stop and how adapting the way we communicate with and show understanding of clients’ situations is so important.

Listen into our discussion for ideas on how you can adapt not only how you sell, but the products and services you can offer in challenging times. I think you’ll also gain an understanding of why Meridith is one of my favorite peers.

I’m joined this week by Meridith Elliott Powell who is a brilliant sales mind who’s written many books, is considered a top sales expert to follow by LinkedIn and happens to be one of my favorite fellow keynote speakers.

We’re going to discuss how selling in times of crisis is not a bad thing, that it isn’t time to stop and how adapting the way we communicate with and show understanding of clients’ situations is so important.

Listen into our discussion for ideas on how you can adapt not only how you sell, but the products and services you can offer in challenging times. I think you’ll also gain an understanding of why Meridith is one of my favorite peers.

I’m joined this week by Meridith Elliott Powell who is a brilliant sales mind who’s written many books, is considered a top sales expert to follow by LinkedIn and happens to be one of my favorite fellow keynote speakers.

We’re going to discuss how selling in times of crisis is not a bad thing, that it isn’t time to stop and how adapting the way we communicate with and show understanding of clients’ situations is so important.

Listen into our discussion for ideas on how you can adapt not only how you sell, but the products and services you can offer in challenging times. I think you’ll also gain an understanding of why Meridith is one of my favorite peers.