Episode 60: Making Sales the Priority & The Goldilocks Rule – Designing Your Selling Systems: An Interview with Paul Rush
Today’s guest is Paul Rush, founder of Substantial – a digital design agency based in Seattle, Washington.
Substantial is a software product development company that help clients bring new software product into the market. Paul has sold huge projects and have worked with large companies such as Amazon, T-Mobile, Google, Mercedes Benz, ADO, and many more.
As the company founder, Paul has always been the lead salesperson and responsible for bringing in these companies as clients. And that’s exactly why I had Paul on the show…
Some of the topics to be discussed today are:
- The three types of company founders when it comes to sales and having a selling mindset.
- Why sales should be the number one priority for every company’s growth.
- The systems and frameworks Paul uses to ensure that Sales is the priority for him every day.
- The Goldilocks Rule for challenging yourself at the right level to make sure that your work is neither too easy or too difficult when it comes to selling.
- The importance of curiosity in the sales process.
Paul Rush on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/paulrush
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