Sales and Marketing Momentum Programs
I’ll help you focus on fit to make this year your Best Year Ever.
You Need Momentum for your Best Year Ever
[op_liveeditor_element data-style=””][text_block style=”undefined” align=”left”]You’re successful. You know your objectives, you have the know-how, and you’re excited to get results. You have opportunities to increase income, promising ideas to test, and a desire to spend more time with the important people in your life. This is the year you’re going to maximize your lifestyle and get more of the important things done.
The only thing between you and your goals is the Black Box of Ambiguity. That period of the unknown where you plow through the day-to-day issues that life throws at you. You’re here because you want to shorten time in the Black Box and get to your goals, faster.
The Business Momentum Program focuses on objectives such as:
– Improving your ability to minimize effort and maximize results.
– Learning best practices to stay on task in the face of setbacks.
– Establishing the best possible preventative and contingent actions to reach your desired state.
– Building confidence in your direction based on process.
– Keeping your focus on results.
You’ll know it’s successful when you experience:
– Ability to spend increasing time on critical issues and important people and less time on ideas, projects and people that sap your energy.
– Alleviation of stress levels because of confidence in your momentum and direction.
– Bursts of creativity in how to speed results with just the right amount of effort.
The real value comes from:
– A higher percentage of work time spent on your products, services and relationships and less time wondering why results aren’t coming.
– More of your personal time free to focus on strategy, long-term performance, and personal relationships.
– Higher productivity from less effort.
– Knowing that you’re maximizing your resources without burning them out.
Each of the Business Momentum Program options will help you meet the objectives above, but some provide even more value than others. The choice is yours based on your perspective of your needs. All include unlimited access to me and my intellectual property. I am concerned about your personal best interests and I know that the quicker we generate results, the happier everyone is going to be.
Review the options below and let’s talk about what you want to achieve in the coming year. Contact me at pivot @ chamberspivot.com or 402-709-9962.[/text_block][/op_liveeditor_element]
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“Greg meets with me and others at Javlin on a regular basis to keep us accountable. As daily tasks and activities grow overwhelming, he helps us maintain focus on our respective end-goals. He acts as a trusted, objective third party who stands outside the forest and carefully asks why we make certain decisions. Then he offers unique, creative considerations steeped in experience, often citing principles promoted by industry and efficiency experts. He helps us think from 30,000 feet, as well as execute at ground level. Best of all, with admirable humility, he always asks: ‘Am I helping you?’”
Javlin Capital – Director of Marketing
“You were dubious when I asked you to serve as our mentor for LLP, but you greatly undervalue yourself. Your skills were a great fit for the team and I appreciate you taking the time to study and learn the material. I look forward to working together in the future – you have a wealth of knowledge, are very encouraging, and make a great coach. You added a lot of value to the process.”
AlphaBitcoin – Owner
“Greg has helped me discover sales talent and inner motivation that I didn’t know I had. Prior to working with Greg, my sales approach was a methodical numbers games with an occasional “out of the box” thought. Greg’s contagious motivating style taught me how to take the box and create an origami sales approach that transformed my success. Nearly 12 later I still consider Greg a master of sales and a mentor to reach out to for coaching and inspiration.”
Anguilla Properties – Marketing Coordinator
“I highly recommend Greg as a teacher, coach and mentor. I’ve had the privilege of Greg’s expertise over many years of sales. He has the ability of listening and coaching on each step in the sales process. He showed me how if I’m thinking of something, then I need to ask it… to get right down in the trenches. Why guess? I will still use this technique and call a client right back if when off the phone I think of something I should have asked…. such as ‘what’s our next step?’”
HealthEcareers – Account Representative
Base Sales and Marketing
$3,500 – 6 Month Program
BASE PROGRAM DETAILS
[op_liveeditor_element data-style=””][text_block style=”undefined” align=”left”]The Base Sales and Marketing Momentum program gives you 6 months unlimited access to me via text, email, phone, Skype, postcard or whatever. Use me strategically (product ideas, pricing, marketing strategy, sales strategy, etc) or for just-in-time tactical advice (how to structure a meeting, what to say to a prospect, vendor management tips, etc) in order to build momentum.
The fee is $3,500 and will be easily recouped through increased business, higher prices, and lower labor. You’ll be able to contact me in the way that works best for you: be it daily, weekly or monthly. I’ll return all communications on the agreed timeframe. [/text_block][/op_liveeditor_element]
Structured Sales and Marketing
$6,500 – 6 Month Program
[op_liveeditor_element data-style=””][text_block style=”undefined” align=”left”]If you know that you’ll require a more structured relationship with greater accountability, you may choose the Structured Momentum Program. We will work out a more detailed schedule to keep you on track with your short term activities. This program is designed for those that tend to wander intellectually from task to task, delaying completion. As your accountability partner, I will use my Activator strength to help you complete more activities in a shorter timeframe than you thought possible.
The fee is $6,500 for 6 months and includes formally scheduled phone calls, emails, Skype, or other preferred contact method.[/text_block][/op_liveeditor_element]
Rapid Ascent Sales and Marketing Momentum Program
$9,500 – 6 Month Program
RAPID ASCENT DETAILS
[op_liveeditor_element][text_block]For those that want to electrify their business, I will offer a Rapid Ascent Momentum Program. The key feature will be three in-person meetings where we will spend considerable time going beyond advice into your strategy and goals. Key partners or spouses are encouraged to attend in order to help define objectives and establish additional accountability. We’ll dine together and enjoy some down-time in addition to the intensive goal setting.
The fee is $9,500 for 6 months and includes expenses.[/text_block][/op_liveeditor_element]
“Greg helped me discover a sales talent that I didn’t know I had. Before working with Greg, I had a ‘farmer’ approach to sales that was largely ineffective. Greg showed me how to be a “hunter” — to identify and pursue opportunities that would create positive benefits for me and my clients. It’s been ten years since I worked with Greg, but I continue to seek out his ideas as I grow my own sales team.”
Preferred Partners – Owner
“I started working with Greg after graduating college, he took me in to the company knowing I had little to no experience in sales. For only working a short year with Greg I gained a tremendous amount of knowledge about sales, customer service and loving your job. I learned the basics of selling and the importance of building rapport with your customers from Greg and I give him much credit for my success in sales and climbing the ladder of success. Thanks Greg!”
Reliant Realty – Agent
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Frequently Asked Questions
I’ve done things like this before and it didn’t work. Why would this be different?
Chances are you’re referring to a program that is unlike this mentoring program. This program is initiated by you and is led by you with input from me. I’m not promising a pre-set outcome because I don’t believe that’s how people work. You define the outcome, you tell me about how you plan on getting there and I offer advice from my years and years of experience. My goal is to help you gain momentum toward that goal, but it’s really up to you, Kind of like a Mongolian BBQ. You add the ingredients, you add the flavor, I bring the heat to help you get things going.
How do I know I’m getting my money’s worth?
You know your business. There are going to be tangible benefits to working with me, like revenue growth; intangible benefits, like increased confidence and swagger; and ancillary benefits that we don’t know about until they happen. For most entrepreneurs and freelancers, one or two new projects more than pays for the program, and the independent sales professional can expect to maximize their comp plan. It’s what I do.
You don’t know anything about my industry, how can you help?
That’s a good point. Since you’re an expert, listening to someone immersed in your industry is going to feel great and you’ll spend less time explaining things, but it probably won’t lead to momentum building. Business owners hire me to bring a new perspective into their business. They can get industry experts anywhere, it’s the process experts that will free your mind.
Is there a guarantee?
I guarantee to faithfully fulfill my end of the deal. I’ll return calls, emails and texts on our agreed timeframe and I’ll offer my input based on your needs. It’s up to you to define your objectives and communicate them to me. That said, all programs are 100% Guaranteed. I want you to be happy, despite my tough love approach to building momentum.
I don’t want anyone to know that I’m using you. Can you keep a secret?
Absolutely. Unless you’re planning on doing something illegal or something that causes harm, no one has to know we’re working together.
It all sounds good but I just don’t know if it’s for me. How did others decide?
It’s not easy to open yourself up to help. I learned that the hard way through the rise and fall of my various ventures. Entrepreneurs and freelancers don’t have a large support system and you shoulder a heavy load. I’ve been there and I can help, but you have to be willing to open yourself up to suggestions and be willing to stretch, just a little bit, out of your comfort zone. If you want 2016 to end up better than 2015 did, it’s worth a call. Contact me at 402-709-9962 and let’s talk.
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“When I first met Greg, I had zero sales experience. As a part of his teaching style, Greg would ask me all sorts of questions about the sales I had in my pipeline. At first, I could not answer most of his questions, so I had to call my customers to ask them. After a short time, it became a game for me to be able to answer every question Greg would ask. In this process, Greg had taught me valuable lessons in getting the right information from clients and arming myself to accurately predict my best opportunities. It has been a lesson I have not forgotten even today as a multi-million dollar producer.”
Citrix – Field Sales Manager
“Greg was my manager with First National Bank of Omaha. Over my 12 years career Greg was the first and only manager to incorporate a skill that is buried in my profession and that is the art of listening and finding ways to connect with potential customer and keep connecting with existing clients.
Greg’s prodding in the above mentioned topics helped me set up one of my first large referral association groups. In my business of Merchant services, referral groups are extremely important in building trust and eventually closing the sale.
Greg’s out going friendly nature aided him in excelling in sales training. Greg is personable but extremely focuses on results. I give him my highest recommendation as a sales trainer.
NXGEN – Sr. Regional Account Manager