EPISODE #1016

Trusting the System with David Duford

We talked about why sales people struggle to stick to proven marketing and sales processes, how to stay engaged with a boring product, the necessity of discipline and the value of experience, and how to know if you’ve got a good system!

May 1, 2021 | Podcast

About the Episode

LifeBlood BRAND: We talked about why sales people struggle to stick to proven marketing and sales processes, how to stay engaged with a boring product, the necessity of discipline and the value of experience, and how to know if you’ve got a good system with David Duford, CEO of DavidDuford.com, a virtual insurance agency helping new and experienced agents.  Listen to learn how to trust your marketing system and make it work!  

For the Difference Making Tip, scan ahead to 15:18!

You can learn more about David at DavidDuford.com, Facebook, TwitterYouTube and LinkedIn.

George Grombacher

George Grombacher

Lifeblood Host

David Duford

David Duford

Guest

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