INTRODUCTION TO SALES ADVANTAGE ROUNDTABLE MEETING
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Your Sales Advantage Roundtable (SAR) offers an excellent opportunity to learn money-making techniques from other sales professionals in non-competing industries. Each meeting, we will discuss real-life sales issues as well as share best-practices.
$100 per Meeting
$500 for Six Month Membership
$1,000 for 12 Month Membership
Free $155 DISC Assessment (for 12 month membership)
TESTIMONIAL TO THE SALES ADVANTAGE ROUNDTABLE MEETING
SO WHAT DOES A LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE HAVE TO DO WITH A SALES PEER GROUP?
Actually, plenty...the learning concept was simple yet effective...an older, more experienced child would teach, mentor or support one or more younger children. Not only did the younger children benefit from having many “teachers” the older children also benefitted by reinforcing key concepts for themselves.
This is the basis for the Sales Peer Group. A group of sales professionals that learn from each other. Sometimes you are the one learning, and other times you are the one “teaching”. In both cases, you will leave the meeting better than you came, or your next month is free!
Entrepreneurial networks and communities provide tremendous benefits to their members, accelerating growth and increasing the chances of business success, according to research conducted by the National Commission on Entrepreneurship.
CEO roundtable members report that discussing pressing issues with a group of like-minded individuals increases confidence, improves mental health and sharpens management skills. Just the opportunity to talk through a problem can produce enormous benefits; when combined with objective, supportive feedback, the results are even greater. - Edward Lowe Foundation (Edward Lowe invented Kitty Litter)
For some, that’s where a peer professional group comes in. Groups such as Young Entrepreneurs’ Organization, Young Presidents’ Organization, some industry-specific trade groups, and even some purchasing cooperatives bring together people running businesses looking to learn from each other’s successes and failures. - Wall Street Journal
Dave does a really nice job of holding everybody in the group accountable to their goals, which is one of the reasons I like working with Dave and being a part of the Sales Advantage Roundtable.