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Ask Us (Almost) Anything!

by David Brock on October 12th, 2022

I’m excited to announce a new LiveStream series! Aaron Evans and I are cohosting a series, Ask Us (Almost) Anything!

Aaron is someone I’ve deeply respected for some time. He has one of the most thoughtful points of view on selling that I’ve experienced—though sometimes we disagree.

We, also, share a deep pride in our profession, with hopes to see it continue to grow and improve in the value sellers create with customers.

Aaron and I go back and forth with each other. Asking questions, challenging each other on different ideas. We each, field questions from sellers everyday. Frequent readers of this blog know most of my posts come from these questions.

We wanted to create a forum that would allow you to ask us anything—well almost—about selling! Aaron and I will be live–none of this pre-recorded, rehearsed stuff! We will, periodically, have invited guests to this session!

But you are the most important participants in this LiveCast. We will be taking questions from the audience. You will be able to enter your questions in the comment/questions streams, and we will be bringing some folks onto camera with us.

So think of the questions you’ve always had about selling. They don’t need to be complex, sometimes the seemingly basic questions are the most important. Join us in the LiveCast, and join the discussion and learn with us!

We will be having the Ask Me (Almost) Anything Livecasts, Every other Wednesday. The first few dates are October 26, November 9, and November 23.

They will begin at 16:00 UK Time, 11:00 AM EDT, 08:00 PDT and will last about 35 minutes.

We are experimenting with the channels, but LinkedIn is probably the best place to find us, and the Links. You can also go to my YouTube Live Channel, to participate.

Again, the LinkedIn Link: Ask Us (Almost) Anything!

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