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Sales Chalk Talk

A weekly Business podcast
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The Sales Chalk Talk show is a weekly podcast designed primarily for salespeople and business owners. Every show features a special guest. The guests are interviewed about a variety of subjects, generally related to sales, marketing, business and success. Some of the guests are well-known authorities in their fields, like Tom Hopkins, Jim Cathcart, Tony Alessandra, Bob Burg and many others. And some guests are relatively unknown. In every case, you'll get some nuggets and gems of ideas, tips and strategies that, when you apply them, will make you much more successful in your sales, your business and your life.

The show's co-hosts are two highly experienced sales coaches, Hugh Liddle and Gene McNaughton. Hugh is THE Sales Wizard at Red Cap Sales Coaching in Sebring, Florida, who has been selling for over 46 years and coaching for 8 years. Gene was the Vice President of International Sales for Tony Robbins for 4 years. He then worked for the late, great Chet Holmes, where he brokered the deal between Chet and Tony to do the Ultimate Sales Machine online program that became a multi-gazillion dollar seller. Now Gene is the president of Geobear, a ground engineering company in Southern California.

The show is a delightful blend of comedy and cutting edge information, so you'll laugh and learn and get motivated to dramatically grow your business, your sales and your income.

New weekly shows will generally post on Thursdays.

Hopefully you'll subscribe and join us often. Welcome to the Sales Chalk Talk family!
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