Since migrating to the new platform several months ago, subscribers to the newsletter get my blog posts and updates.
But you may not be aware of new content I am adding as videos, podcasts, and livestreaming. I wanted to let you know of recent content you may find interesting:
I was, recently, hosted by Mark Hunter of the Sales Hunter Podcast, for a video and podcast on “How Not To Use AI To Prospect.“
In March, the team at Scale Venture Partners, hosted a webcast, “Uncovering Sales Leverage Points.“
In February, I hosted Corey Richardson of Teamworks and Jeff Freund of Akoonu in a discussion on “Leveraging Sales Technology For Maximum Impact.”
Finally, also in February, Ned Miller hosted me in a webcast, “What Is ChatGPT All About?”
The podcast version of my discussion with Mark Hunter, “How Not To Use AI To Prospect.”
In May, I had a fascinating discussion with Nigel Edelshain, on AI in Selling. We discussed, “More Human Selling.”
Another great discussion in May was with Paul Fuller in The Art and Science Of Complex Sales Podcast. We discussed, “Why Curiosity Matters.”
The podcast version of my conversation with Corey and Jeff, “Leveraging Sales Technology For Maximum Impact.”
In January, I was hosted on the Gartner Sales Podcast, talking about “The Sales Leaders Challenge.”
Also, in January, Nawres Caman hosted me on her “Talent Talks Podcast.”
Livestreaming is a close cousin to Webcasts. Livestreaming tend to be much more interactive with the audience. Last Fall, Aaron Evans and I started a Livestream entitled, “Ask Us (Almost) Anything” It’s held every other Wednesday at 1400 GMT, 1100 EDT, 0800 PDT.
The next session is this coming Wednesday, May 24 (We will be having a special guest, Tory Hornsby)
You can watch on a variety of platforms, including LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, and on this site at the Livestream Page. The Livestreams, don’t require any advanced registration. Just show up with your questions and be ready to Ask Us (Almost) Anything.
Recently, we have had some outstanding guests:
Jill Konrath joined me in a discussion of her new initiative, What’s Really Possible. It’s a fascinating and very important program. Watch the replay of our discussion here: https://youtube.com/live/xicEMXb5A0I (If you click on anything in this post, click on this one!)
Hope you enjoy these pieces, I hope to be adding quite a bit more of this type of content in the next couple of months.