The Real Deal with Jason Silverman with Butch Bellah
Welcome to this edition of THE REAL DEAL with Jason Silverman!
Jason Silverman got a chance to catch up with Sales Expert and professional speaker…Butch Bellah for a fun and truly eye opening conversation about how business owners can (and should) improve their sales skills to help them grow! If you’re looking to take your business to the next level, this podcast is a must!
What are you waiting for?? You’re going to get a ton of value from this one!
Strap yourself in and get ready! This is going to be great!
A little about Butch Bellah…
Butch Bellah is the owner of Dallas-based B2 (B Two) Training & Development where he works with salespeople and organizations to gain more appointments, win more business and retain more customers. From his first corporate job at 21, it took Butch only 4 years to be promoted to Division Sales Manager, then another short 5 years to Vice President of Sales. At 35, he and a business partner acquired controlling interest in the company he’d helped build from a $35 million local business to one of the largest wholesale food distributors in the nation with annual sales almost a quarter-billion dollars. During his rapid ascent to sales and financial success, Butch also spent 10-years as a professional stand-up comedian—honing not only his public speaking skills but enjoying what he calls “the best sales training I ever received.” In May 2009, Butch underwent triple-bypass heart surgery at 43-years old, completed cardiac rehab and ran his first 5K 190 days after surgery. He’s since completed dozens of 5ks, 2-10k’s and two half marathons. He has written two books, The 10 Essential Habits of Sales Superstars: Plugging Into The Power of Ten and Sales Management For Dummies
Listen to today’s podcast and discover:
- What makes great salespeople Superstars? Aren’t certain people born salesman?
- How did being a professional stand-up comedian make Butch a better salesperson?
- Why are written goals so important to success?
- How did Butch turn unexpected open-heart surgery into a sales lesson?