What Is Total Immersion?… It’s No Magic Wand! [VIDEO]

BY: Joe Crisara

The Total Immersion Sales Summit is not a magic wand.  The magic starts inside of you by having the passion to perform Pure Motive Service for your clients, your company, and your family.  Watch this video to learn “What Is Total Immersion?”

  • STEP 1: Download your FREE 2016 Fall Training Planner CLICK HERE
  • STEP 2: Choose the people who need to improve their results
  • STEP 3: CLICK HERE to sign up for a Total Immersion Summit

 

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If Tony Soprano Was Your Sales Manager

BY: Joe Crisara

Your Sales “Boss”

I remember the not so distant “good old days” when I made sure that I was home every Sunday night to watch one of my favorite shows. You would have to be from Mars to not know of or remember the HBO hit show The Sopranos which featured an inside look at some of the “alleged” New Jersey mob figures.

I know it seems like this is a product of the twisted mind of a sales consultant who has been on the road for a few weeks too long. But one evening while watching a re-run of the show, I began to think hmmm… Continue reading “If Tony Soprano Was Your Sales Manager”

CASE STUDY: A Fateful Meeting for an Expert Salesman

BY: Joe Crisara

A Fateful Meeting For Sales Expert

Rick Picard walked curiously into the company’s sales meeting. His company had hired a consultant to help sales reps increase their revenues. A top performer and no stranger to seven-figure annual sales, Picard was not required to go. But he went anyway. After the meeting, Picard knew his life was going to change.

A Webster, MA, native, Picard began his career doing plumbing repairs and installations after he completed trade school. Picard worked hard to support his wife, Monika, and their four daughters, Ashley, Austin, Gabrielle and Kaitlin. The family moved to Coventry, RI more than 10 years ago.

In 2003, he had the opportunity to join Lincoln, RI,-based Gem Plumbing & Heating’s residential service team.

For six years, Picard has been a successful sales manager at Gem. From 2003 to 2005, Picard estimates that he was selling as much as $2 million annually, which is more than three times the industry average. Continue reading “CASE STUDY: A Fateful Meeting for an Expert Salesman”