Recent Interviews: Sales - Customer Service

Robert Jolles
One thing that has not changed – customer objections
Robert Jolles joins Jim Blasingame to reveal successful methods of encouraging, dealing with, and answering the objections that, with all the other changes in the marketplace, have not, and will not be, going away, starting with clarifying.
Robert Jolles
How many types of objections do your prospects have
Robert Jolles joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the types of objections prospects have, and how to deal with each one, including minimizing and confirming that answered objections are now behind you.
Jay Mincks
Jay Mincks joins Jim Blasingame to share his ideas on the importance and power of the element of trust, when you’re managing a sales organization.
Jay Mincks
Jay Mincks joins Jim Blasingame to share his experience with the power of optimism and accountability, in the successful management of a sales team.
Frank Lavin
Frank Lavin joins Jim Blasingame to report on the exciting potential for small businesses as Jack Ma’s Alibaba opens up China for e-commerce in the U.S.
Frank Lavin
Frank Lavin joins Jim Blasingame to report on the logistical steps that it takes for U.S. small businesses to get their products in the hands of customers in China and get paid.
Frank Lavin
Frank Lavin joins Jim Blasingame to report on the troubling level of debt in China, and whether that condition could prove to be an economic drag on the global economy.
Frank Sesno
Frank Sesno joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the communication tool of asking questions, is one of the most powerful and useful ways to build relationships and achieve professional success.
Frank Sesno
Frank Sesno joins Jim Blasingame to reveal an array of types of questions that can be used at specific times, and applications to improve knowledge and promote better communication.
Robert Jolles
Robert Jolles joins Jim Blasingame to reveal successful methods of encouraging, dealing with, and answering the objections that, with all the other changes in the marketplace, have not, and will not be, going away, starting with clarifying.