You know how access to information has shifted power away from sales professionals to the buyer? What we do is help sales professionals maximize their impact through having great presence. We get a real kick out of helping sales professionals take their performance to the next level.

“Being average isn’t good enough anymore. You need to be better than the rest. A lot better.”

Online Self-Directed

We offer modularized online presence training modules, so you can develop your sales presence at your own pace.

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Virtual Training

For busy virtual sales team members, we offer instructor-lead virtual classroom presence workshops.

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Instructor Lead Classroom

We offer instructor lead live classroom presence training. Learn and practice your sales presence skills in a live, dynamic and fun environment.

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Coaching Program

Focusing on strengths makes it possible to get people to vastly improve their performances without having to criticize them.

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KEY NOTE

Reggie Pearse will present a dynamic, engaging and interactive keynote at your next meeting or sales kickoff.

Recent Blogs

WIIFY: Tell Them Why They Should Listen To YOU!

It’s a little disconcerting, but true: A prospective buyer doesn’t care about you until he or she understands how you can be of help addressing his or her needs, challenges, opportunities or problems.I learned this lesson (again) recently when meeting a new prospect....

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SwP: Give Yourself Permission

Some people are seemingly born with great presence; the rest of us have to work at it. Our tendency is to write ourselves off in comparison to these people, believing that such charismatic and comfortably outgoing people are born that way. Lucky them to have such magnetic and compelling energy! In fact, we are all born with varying degrees of this energy. Unfortunately, many of us lose it, or it becomes depleted along the way for reasons including enculturation, how we are socialized in our family of origin, or through life events. It gets squeezed out of us.
Just like our muscles we can, through exercise, stretch and enhance our ability to express ourselves more fully. For most of us it’s about re-discovering it in ourselves.
Perhaps you have concluded through self-observation or from feedback that there are aspects of your presence that you’d like to adjust.

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