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San Jose, CA (PRWEB) May 27, 2014
This week on CONNECT! Online Radio for Selling Professionals sellers will get tips and techniques from Shark Tank, the reality television show where potential investors (sharks) evaluate pitches from entrepreneurs who need funding.
Special guest Pierce Marrs, co-host of the Shark Tank podcast and author of How To Win In Your Shark Tank, will teach CONNECT! listeners how to get comfortable before they start the sales pitch, how to prepare so they won't be intimidated or shaken by their prospects' questions or reactions, how to showcase their products for maximum appeal, and how to zero in on the value that will resonate most with their prospects.
Marrs is the president of Marrs Coaching and works with large and small companies striving to improve communications with their customers. He is the host of the Shark Tank podcast, offering commentary and culling out lessons sellers can learn after each broadcast of this TV show. Additionally, Marrs writes the Sales Moment Blog with weekly tips for sales professionals.
Before this live broadcast on Saturday, May 31, at 9 a.m. pacific time, listeners are invited to submit questions for Marrs by e-mailing Deb Calvert, on-air sales coach and host and president of People First Productivity Solutions. Questions will also be taken live on-air via chat or phone. To participate in this live broadcast of CONNECT!, log in here during the show.
For listeners who prefer to access the recording of this or other broadcasts of CONNECT!, all shows can be found at the People First Productivity Solutions website, on Blog Talk Radio or in the CONNECT! iTunes Store for free download. This program is used by sellers around the world as a resource for tackling their toughest selling challenges.
CONNECT! Online Radio for Selling Professionals is committed to helping sellers form better connections with their buyers so they can cut out continuances, put an end to pending and stop stalling out in sales.