In the latest episode of the Art and Science of Complex Sales podcast, Paul Fuller sits down with Andy Paul, Author of "Sell Without Selling Out" to discuss about the importance of coaching, and the need for a human-first approach to selling.
Despite the millions of salespeople and methodologies out there, Andy stresses the value of authenticity and finding one's unique selling style. He also emphasizes the importance of building emotional connections and trust with buyers, rather than relying solely on sales tactics and product knowledge.
Key Highlights include:
Relationship between human and sales process methodology - 5:20
The importance of coaching - 11:45
Human first selling / Pouring water into a full cup - 21:00
Paul Fuller’s stated mission is to help others maximize their gifts by using his.
Paul has been a pioneer in the sales process and training, sales as a service, content marketing and CRM. As a previous founder and owner of multiple successful growth organizations in these spaces, Paul has effectively trained and led sales and marketing teams across the world to focus on and achieve dynamic growth.
He firmly believes sales is defined best in three categories:
• Service - helping other get what they need
• Leadership - guiding others toward their vision
• Wayfinding - navigating the path to success together
He is firmly committed to elevating the sales profession through coaching, leading, and empowering others through systems that enable strong performance.
Currently Paul leads revenue growth at Membrain.com - the top sales effectiveness CRM in the world. Working with his team, and a group of over 100 top sales consultant organizations across the globe, they are focused at creating scalable growth through sales excellence in companies and teams in over 80 countries.