On this edition of The Predictable Revenue Podcast, co-host Collin Stewart welcomes Dan Martell, renowned coach to SaaS founders.
In addition to his international coaching business, Dan is also a veteran entrepreneur (3 exits) and noted angel investor. Suffice it to say, Dan has closed a deal or two in his time.
Throughout the pod, Collin and Dan take a tour of all things sales, content...and philosophy. For example, Dan and Collin chat about consistency theory, the rule of three, and peak end bias. Oh, and they also analyze two of Dan’s foundational sales frameworks: his five key sales principles, and the rocket demo.
Highlights include: what is a demo, really? (15:02), Dan’s key sales principles (17:54), the Rocket Demo (38:25), Dan’s discovery calls (56:16), the sales lightning round (1:07:05), and cold call Collin (1:12:29).
On this edition of The Predictable Revenue Podcast, co-host Collin Stewart welcomes Jeremy Ellens, founder of fast-growing lead generation company LeadQuizzes.
Jeremy is a entrepreneur, turned sales leader, turned podcast host. When he’s not leading LeadQuizzes’ team (a role he’s navigating rather successfully), he’s talking with other sales leaders about how their secrets on the Journey to 7 Figures Podcast.
Throughout the pod, Collin and Jeremy talk about what every entrepreneur, sales leader, and quota-carrying rep is chasing: scalable revenue growth. Highlights include: taking LeadQuizzes to market (8:41), the importance of case studies (11:40), designing crafty lead generation tactics (13:29), learning cold outreach (16:58), perfecting the pitch (26:52), expecting objections (32:34), uncovering unique channels (38:36), and cold call Collin (54:00).
On this edition of The Predictable Revenue Podcast, co-host Collin Stewart welcomes Travis Henry, Director of Inside Sales Operations at renowned Bay Area sales consultancy SalesSource.
A respected sales operations specialist, Travis honed his skills global technology companies and has consulted for startups large and small. If you’re looking to grow your sales team – look no further, Travis is your man.
Throughout the pod, Collin and Travis do a deep dive – a very deep dive – on how to juggle sales automation and the ever-critical human element needed in prospecting. Highlights include: what’s bugging Travis? (2:30), remembering sales fundamentals (6:00), identifying gaps...and thinking outside the box (10:32), designing unique, human cadences (23:50), teaching reps to personalize emails (37:29), data infrastructure and your SDR team (58:11), sales tactics lightning round (1:06:56), and cold call Collin (1:08:39).
On this edition of the Predictable Revenue Podcast, co-host Collin Stewart welcomes Nishank Khanna, Co-Founder and CEO of Demand Roll, a full service marketing agency.
After starting six startups – two of which that were acquired – Nishank is a seasoned entrepreneur and marketer.
Throughout the pod, Collin and Nishank discuss an always fascinating problem: how to harmoniously integrate outbound sales and marketing. Highlights include: Nishank’s background...and how he got into a bit of outbound on the side (10:22), different ways sales and marketing teams can work together (12:58), producing content that converts (15:46), bottom of funnel vs. top of funnel leads (22:22), getting people to respond to emails (25:49), ad spending (43:51), and cold call Collin (1:00:11).
To celebrate the 100th edition of The Predictable Revenue Podcast, co-host Collin Stewart welcomes a familiar face back to the pod, co-host and co-CEO of Predictable Revenue Aaron Ross.
Who better to reflect on this awesome milestone with?
Throughout the pod, Collin and Aaron take a trip down memory lane and chat about the most valuable lessons and nuggets of wisdom shared on the podcast thus far. With the impressive roster of guests the show has had, boiling the down the best tips and tricks into one episode was no easy task.
Highlights include: Jeff Davis’ thoughts on organizational alignment and the importance of a revenue team (1:27), Jamie Buss’ mind-blowing forecasting process (12:42), the always important task of nailing a niche (26:00), Bill Binch’s consistent hiring process (38:28), Mark Kosoglow’s revolutionary discovery method (44:00), and Aaron’s thoughts on how to prioritize a never-ending list of tasks (49:55).
On this edition of The Predictable Revenue Podcast, co-host Collin Stewart welcomes Keith Cordeiro, Account Executive at Crosstex International and Host of the Philosophy Of Sales podcast.
On this episode, Keith shares the impact that meditation and mindfulness has had on his sales career. Keith detailed 3 different meditation styles any salesperson can use to cultivate a positive attitude:
Highlights include: finding meditation (7:33), the impact meditation has had on Keith’s career (10:14), cultivating a more present mind (16:37), getting started with meditation (25:53), sales tactics lightning round (48:13), and cold call Collin (56:08).