Accelerate! Sales, Profits, Growth with Andy Paul
About This Show
Accelerate! Sales, Profits, Growth is a podcast created for the entrepreneur, small & mid-sized business owner and sales manager, solopreneur, sidepreneur and entrepreneur in process. 5 days a week Andy Paul delivers the motivation, education and inspiration you need to take your sales & business to the next level. Fast. Each episode delivers the latest insights, wisdom and actionable strategies from the top experts in sales, marketing, leadership, management, sales & marketing automation, training, market research and personal development to accelerate the growth of your sales, your business and, most importantly, you.
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Episode 266: Understanding The ‘Math Of Sales.’ With Bill Johnson.
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Joining me on Accelerate! is Bill Johnson, Founder and CEO of Salesvue, a sales enablement platform that accelerates those critical activities that create and support revenue. Among the many topics Bill and I discuss in this episode Bill are: ‘The Math of Sales,’ optimum cadence timing, the dangers of “vanity metrics” and much much more. KEY TAKEAWAYS [02:15] Bill initially created Salesvue to solve his own internal requirements. [05:37] How is Salesvue different from similar cadence style solutions? [08:15] What is the maximum time interval between touchpoints in a cadence? [09:45] How does Salesvue make outcomes become more nuanced, rather than simple task buckets and checkboxes? [13:15] Why Bill wants sales managers to take a more macro view of the sales process (vs. getting lost in the weeds.) [14:24] What is Bill’s process for using Salesforce to create a lean sales process? [16:25] Why does Bill’s sales team disqualify potential customers if they need to first educate them on the value of metrics? [17:50] Bill explains why sales leaders need to be careful putting too much stock in “vanity metrics.” [20:00] What is “the math of sales?” [21:45] With sales managers increasingly becoming metric junkies, is there a danger of them just accepting outcomes, rather than improving them? [25:10] Why don’t typical measures of sales productivity calculate how much revenue is generated per unit of time? MORE ABOUT BILL JOHNSON What’s your most powerful sales attribute?Understanding the value proposition, my ability to listen to a customer, and being able to convey my messa