Episode #152: Consistency Chain in Sales with George Campbell
In This Episode of The Buyer’s Mind with Jeff Shore:
George Campbell, also formerly known as Joe Malarkey, joins Jeff to talk about his journey to find consistency. There is a statistic that says, 20% of the salespeople do 80% of the sales. If that’s true, what is their secret? Could it be something as simple as being consistent? Learn how to reset your sales brain to achieve more through consistency in this episode.
Topics we’re going to cover on today’s podcast:
[1:17] How consistent are you?
[3:30] George Campbell’s resume
[6:03] From Joe Malarkey to George Campbell
[10:29] Disciplines lost to unfulfilling success
[13:48] 20% find consistency easy, 80% struggle
[23:56] We know we need to be consistent
[26:31] Today is the only day you have to win
[29:19] Come up with a game you can win
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More about our guest George Campbell:
George Campbell is former stand-up comic, long-time professional speaker and current author of the book, “The Consistency Chain for Network Marketing.” He is a Hall of Fame Speaker, has survived a grilling from Morley Safer on “60 Minutes”, won money as the “mystery guest” on “To Tell the Truth”, and was featured on the cover of the LA Times. He created a character that became famous (infamous) on hundreds of corporate stages. And then walked away from it.
He now spends his time bouncing between Arizona, (state motto: Don’t touch that, it’ll poke ya’) and Minnesota, (state motto: Almost Canada!)