Welcome to the CEO Sales Strategies Podcast.

Do you want to dramatically increase your sales revenue and have faster company growth?

Do you want your business to run smoother, to lessen your stress, and be a happier owner or executive?

If you are an entrepreneur who dreams of having a highly successful company and is committed to building one, this show is for you!

In this podcast, sales revenue growth expert, Doug C. Brown, interviews CEOs of highly successful and profitable companies to uncover and share actionable tips behind their bulletproof sales strategies.

There is one thing about the people who have created successful businesses and kept them growing – they just happen to have learned and used sales strategies that really work! There is no doubt that you have the potential to be next in line if you have the courage to follow the path they took, one successful strategy at a time.

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Do you know why it’s important to you and your company to separate your needs, wants, and desires? And do you know how this fits into your business’s persona? Many people start in reverse when it comes to planning their business. Jesse Nieminen speaks to Doug C. Brown about how to streamline ideas and turn them into priorities, goals, and actions.
What strategies are you and your business implementing to increase your revenue? Many business owners want to be more effective, efficient, and above all, increase their revenues. Increasing transactional value is one of many ways that businesses can increase this, but what does increasing transactional value actually mean?
In a world of radically changing sales, in this day and age we are asked not only to sell a product or service to our clients, but to provide them value. How good are you and your company at doing this? Doug C. Brown and Alan Weiss discuss what it takes to make your sales process more efficient and how to truly remember that people are people - and this includes your buyers and the people you give value to. So how do you do this?