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53 Bad Ass Sales Podcasts Every Sales Professional Should Follow in 2019

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Being an enlightened sales pro means spending a lot of time learning new methods, while still brushing up on fundamental sales skills. The problem is, salespeople are extremely busy, and don’t always have time to scour the web for articles or read long books.

Sometimes it’s just easier to let the sales expertise come to you and listen, so we rounded up a list of the best sales podcasts of 2019.

Listen To Sales Podcasts, Then Go Listen To Your Prospects!

Success in sales requires a lot of listening.

Without listening, you won’t truly understand your customers. Without understanding your customers, you can’t solve their problems. If you can’t solve their problems, you will NEVER sell anything.

So don’t just aimlessly listen to sales podcasts and never implement the lessons.

Take notes, highlight the best parts, and share important takeaways with your team.

Most importantly, take what you learn and apply the lessons to your sales process.

Experiment, test, record, and optimize!

Without further delay…

Here are our top 50+ sales podcasts you can listen to while commuting, having a break, enjoying a weekend afternoon, or anytime you want to learn a new selling technique or find fresh inspiration.

Enjoy!

First, Our Own Podcasts

If you haven’t tuned in to our podcasts, you’re missing out. Each takes a different approach to sales. Both are going to help you level up your skills.

The Sales Hacker Podcast

  • Producer/Host: Sales Hacker/Sam Jacobs
  • Where to find this podcast: iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average duration: Usually around 50 minutes

The Sales Hacker Podcast is carefully designed to give you tangible, practical insights about B2B sales. Every Tuesday, top VPs of Sales, investors, and founders will gather ‘round the sales roundtable to break down sales strategies, make you think, and help you deliver a gut punch to your sales goals!

Now, we’ve added a shorter Friday Fundamentals episode each week as well. Learn actionable selling techniques, tips, and brush up on important basic processes every Friday with Sam and his guests.

The Sales Engagement Podcast

The Sales Engagement podcast focuses on helping you engage your customers and prospects in the modern sales era. Hosted by Outreach VP of Marketing Max Altschuler and VP of Sales Mark Kosoglow, this show features real-life stories and best practices. You’ll hear from revenue leaders doing the job day in and day out, in a casual, talk-radio-style show.

Top Sales & Marketing Podcasts

These are the best blogs for any salesperson to listen to — all of them recognized industry-wide. NOTE: Since we love all of these podcasts, this list is in alphabetical order and NOT ranked.

Accelerate! (Sales, Profits, Growth)

  • Producer/Host: Andy Paul
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes
  • Average Duration: 20 to 60 minutes

Accelerate! is a handy resource for ramping up your sales performance. With more than three decades of outstanding sales leadership experience, author and speaker Andy Paul interviews other sales luminaries. Past guests include Jill Konrath and Tim Sanders. Andy often brings in experts who can share insights on marketing, coaching, sales automation, new research, personal development, and other exciting subjects. This one is a classic, with almost 700 episodes now.

Advanced Selling Podcast

  • Producer/Host: Bryan Neale and Bill Caskey
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes
  • Average Duration: Less than 20 minutes

Get technical help and a dose of motivation from two leading B2B sales trainers, leadership coaches and business strategists. Bill Caskey and Bryan Neale each have more than two decades of industry experience and share tactics and practical wisdom that will help improve your game, rewire your thinking, and transform you into a better sales pro. They also share a great sense of humor, making this one of the more entertaining sales podcasts.

B2B Growth Show

  • Producer/Host: Sweet Fish Media/James Carbary and Jonathan Green
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes
  • Average Duration: 15 to 30 minutes

In every episode, B2B marketing experts James Carbary and Jonathan Green interview a business leader on leadership, sales and marketing alignment, buyer personas, marketing strategy, and a host of other topics. This podcast now has over 1,000 episodes, and in 2019 they’re adding a ton of new series that focus in on topics like leadership, customer experience and way more

Bowery Capital Startup Sales Podcast

  • Producer/Host: Bowery Capital
  • Where to find this podcast: iTunes
  • Average Duration: 20 to 50 minutes

For startups, stories about product development and founder behavior usually dominate the spotlight. At the end of the day, however, it is the sales team’s performance that will ultimately spell doom or success. Bowery Capital’s podcast focuses on that: the role of the sales team in a start-up environment. Bowery capital helps early-stage businesses get their sales team, processes, and productivity in top shape, so it makes sense that their podcast does the same.

Catalyst Sale Podcast

  • Producer/Host: Catalyst Sale/Mike Conner and Mike Simmons
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: Generally less than 20 minutes

Catalyst Sale enables organizations to build and deploy top-notch sales teams through training and enablement. Co-founders Mike Conner and Mike Simmons host the podcast, bringing their thoughtful approach to sales right to you. Between them, they have over 50 years of sales experience, so you know their insights and actionable tips to improve your workflow will stand the test of time. They are also a great source of motivation if you need it.

Coach The Sale

  • Producer/Host: Refract.ai/Matt Hayman
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 30 to 45 minutes

If you’re a sales professional on the path to becoming a sales leader, this one is for you. Matt interviews sale leaders and salespeople and discusses different skills, techniques, and practices required for good leadership, in a hyper-actionable format.

Duct Tape Marketing

Listen to interviews of prominent authors, entrepreneurs and marketing experts. Learn new tactics and get information about the latest sales tools for small to medium-scale companies. John Jantsch leverages his impressive personal connections to explore challenges such as writing your unique value proposition and localizing your appeal. It may have “marketing” in the name, but many of the episodes are fundamentally about getting somebody to make a purchase.

Entrepreneur on Fire – EOF

  • Producer/Host: Fire Nation/John Lee Dumas
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, SoundCloud
  • Average Duration: Around 25 minutes

Hosted by entrepreneur and Iraq War veteran John Lee Dumas, this “Best of iTunes” podcast features luminaries such as Tony Robbins, Barbara Corcoran, Gary Vaynerchuk, Seth Godin, and Tim Ferriss. Entrepreneur on Fire’s format asks each accomplished entrepreneur guest to share their experiences, including their biggest failures. It makes for interesting and inspiring listening.

Get In the Door

  • Producer/Host: Steve Kloyda
  • Where to find this podcast: iTunes, Stitcher, PlayerFM
  • Average Duration: 10 to 40 minutes

Host Steve Kloyda is known in sales circles as “The Prospecting Expert” and has been refining the sales engagement process for more than three decades. What makes his podcast so gripping is that he shares real personal stories about how to find potential clients and fill your pipeline with qualified leads. This podcast offers a ton of practical advice for any salesperson who finds it difficult to start and build new relationships.

Grow My Revenue Business Cast

  • Producer/Host: Ian Altman
  • Where to find this podcast:  iTunes, Stitcher, PlayerFM
  • Average Duration: 15 to 40 minutes

Ian Altman and his guests focus on timely and actionable advice for sellers. You’ll learn how to better understand sales stages, streamline your funnel, hone sales scripts, begin social selling the right way, and other hot topics.

Growth Everywhere

  • Producer/Host: Single Grain/Eric Siu
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud
  • Average Duration: varies from less than 15 minutes to more than 1 hour

We like this one because it focuses on growth, without a preference for only growth in sales. SingleGrain’s Eric Siu interviews marketers, sales professionals and entrepreneurs to reveal the strategies and tactics they use to hurdle obstacles and achieve their goals. This podcast now has hundreds of episodes from where you can learn more about a wide range of stuff from split testing, SEO, growth hacking, and the latest sales tools.

Hey Salespeople

Sales is an art and a science. In this podcast, Jeremey Donovan, SalesLoft’s VP of Sales Strategy and self-proclaimed sales nerd, interviews the brightest minds in modern sales to bring you immediately actionable advice. If you have a passion for sales, are looking to further your career, or just want to hear some great, practical tips, this is the podcast for you.

Make It Happen Mondays

  • Producer/Host: JBarrows Sales Training/John Barrows
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes
  • Average Duration: 25 to 50 minutes

John Barrows has been there and done that. Having led successful sales teams across industries for nearly two decades, John provides sales training services for crack teams at Autodesk, Google, Salesforce, LinkedIn, and other top-notch clients. John and his guests trade secrets and performance hacks that can lift your sales career ever higher. Topics include sales cycle, cold-calling, negotiating, and closing.

Predictable Prospecting

  • Producer/Host: Marylou Tyler
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 20 to 40 minutes

Hosted by systems engineer-turned sales engagement expert Marylou Tyler, Predictable Prospecting explores challenges, issues, and smart solutions in lead generation, social selling, and pipeline management. Tyler invites industry leaders to share their experiences and practical advice on these topics and more.

Predictable Revenue

  • Producer/Host: Aaron Ross & Collin Stewart
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Aaron Ross’ book, Predictable Revenue, has been called the “Sales Bible of Silicon Valley.” His podcast continues in that vein. He and his co-host, Collin Stewart, interview sales and revenue leaders from the biggest, and fastest-growing SaaS companies around. Refreshingly, they even spend some episodes speaking with demand generation and marketing leaders, digging into the full funnel to find lessons about predictable growth in SaaS.

Sales Gravy

  • Producer/Host: Jeb Blount
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 5 to 60+ minutes (varies widely)

Bestselling author, speaker, and consultant Jeb Blount talks about high-performance selling, customer experience, strategic account management, team building and skills training. Get actionable advice on how to close bigger deals more frequently and on a consistent basis. Whether an episode stretches for just a minute or extends beyond an hour, this podcast offers tidbits of actionable wisdom that will elevate your sales performance.

Sales Funnel Radio

Steve Larsen runs the Sales Funnel Broker website which helps online businesses sell more by giving away free sales funnels. Listen to his podcast and learn how to automate your marketing efforts to drive revenue.

20. Sales Influence – Why People Buy

  • Producer/Host: Sellinger Group/Victor Antonio
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher, PlayerFM
  • Average Duration: usually 15 minutes, sometimes up to 1 hour

In a buyer-centric landscape, having a deep understanding of consumer behavior is a priceless skill. Hone yours via this podcast from Sellinger Group. The episodes are hosted by author, coach, and sales authority Victor Antonio.

Sales Pipeline Radio

  • Producer/Host: Heinz Marketing/Matt Heinz
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 20 to 30 minutes

Award-winning blogger and speaker Matt Heinz interviews the brightest minds in the business to give you tactical advice on how to grow, nourish and refresh your sales pipeline. Stay up-to-date on the latest practices such as account-based marketing, key pipeline metrics, demand generation, and sales effectiveness.

Sales Secrets Podcast (The Playmaker)

  • Producer/Host: InsideSales/Gabe Larsen
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 10 to 50 minutes

If you seek new selling tricks, game-changing technologies, and performance-boosting hacks, this podcast should satisfy your appetite. Hosted by Gabe Larsen, the podcast is designed to help sales professionals discover cutting edge tools and emerging best practices for optimizing business outcomes. Expect sales well-known sales leaders to grace many episodes as resource guests.

Sales Success Stories Podcast

Veteran B2B sales executive Scott Ingram talks with industry leaders, business luminaries and top sales performers to pin down the key insights, techniques, mindset and habits required to deliver excellence. Sales Success Stories has been purpose-built for salespeople who are out in the field and manning the trenches. Learn how the best practitioners and performers design and execute winning strategies.

Sales Tuners

  • Producer/Host: Jim Brown
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes
  • Average Duration: 10 to 45 minutes

Sales coach and Sandler Selling trainer Jim Brown interviews outstanding sales leaders and performers to identify the habits, mindset, and tactics that separate achievement from mediocrity. Learn how successful people advance their careers, improve their performance and grow their businesses.

Sell or Die

  • Producer/Host: Jennifer Gluckow and Jeffrey Gitomer
  • Where to find this podcast: iTunes, Stitcher, PlayerFM
  • Average Duration: 10 to 50 minutes

Learn to develop the habits, strategies, and mindset of superachievers. LinkedIn and networking expert Jennifer Gluckow joins forces with bestselling author Jeffrey Gitomer to probe the minds and hearts of outstanding business leaders to reveal success-driving secrets. From character development to sales skills training, this podcast aims for nothing less than to push you to the limit.

Selling With Social

  • Producer/Host: Mario M. Martinez Jr
  • Where to find this podcast: WebsiteiTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 35 to 60 minutes

Selling With Social is recorded with Sales, Marketing and Sales Operations Leaders in mind. Get ready to get your sales strategies cranking to a higher level. Mario and his guests discuss and share information, sales tactics, and motivational thoughts to help the community to develop and implement sales strategies to grow the sales pipeline.

Social Triggers Insider

  • Producer/Host: Derek Halpern
  • Where to find this podcast: iTunes, Stitcher, PlayerFM
  • Average Duration: 30 to 60 minutes

Ramp up the bottom line by mastering the fields of psychology and behavioral economics. In Social Trigger Insider, Derek Halpern interviews prominent thinkers, performers, and business personalities to deconstruct what it really takes to grow your sales revenue. Understand your customers’ purchasing behavior and learn how to design and execute responsive marketing tactics.

The Art of Charm

  • Producer/Host: AJ Jordan Harbinger
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, SoundCloud
  • Average Duration: varies widely from less than 10 minutes to more than 80 minutes

The title says “art” but this one’s actually pretty scientific. Guests like Tony Hawk, Tim Ferriss and from Angela Duckworth share their experiences, realizations, and secrets on The Art of Charm podcast. Discover the fascinating intersections of behavioral economics, cognitive psychology and social science and their impact on your career, business, and lifestyle. Learn skills, attitudes, and tactics to become the very best version of yourself.

The #AskGaryVee Show

  • Producer/Host: Gary Vaynerchuk
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher, PlayerFM
  • Average Duration: varies widely from less than 10 minutes to more than an hour

Serial entrepreneur, investor, public speaker and online influencer Gary Vaynerchuk shares his experiences, insight, and conversations with other thought leaders on growth marketing, entrepreneurship, branding, self-improvement, and social media. If you know Gary Vee, you know what to expect here. If you don’t know Gary Vee, check this out.

The Brutal Truth About Sales & Selling

  • Producer/Host: B2B Revenue Inc./Brian Burns
  • Where to find this podcast: iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 20 to 60 minutes

Get a dose of no-B.S. B2B selling advice from the world’s best selling practitioners. Learn expert tips on cold calling, SaaS messaging, social media interactions, spin selling, and other topics. Host Brian Burns has been in the industry for more than two decades and is known for reverse-engineering closed deals. He’ll share his tried and tested approaches in streamlining sales cycles, optimizing customer behavior, and ramping up revenues.

The Quotable Podcast

  • Producer/Host: Salesforce/Kevin Micalizzi, Philip Cleary, Lynne Zaledonis, and more
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes
  • Average Duration: Less than 25 minutes

Quotable is a digital magazine featuring proven selling advice to inspire and empower sales leaders, managers, and reps, and those who support them. This podcast is created by Salesforce.

The Sales Babble Podcast

Professional sales coach Pat Helmers talks with experts around the world to explore common issues and solutions for tech startups. Get fresh advice that helps you view your situation from an entirely different vantage point. Listen to the Sales Babble podcast to get actionable tips on prospecting, mindset formulation, referral sales, and powerful pitching.

The Sales Evangelist Podcast

  • Producer/Host: Donald Kelly
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 15 to 40 minutes

This podcast has recently achieved a milestone: the release of its 1000th episode right at the onset of 2019. It boasts an eclectic mix of industry trends, inspiring stories and practical advice for self-motivated sales professionals. Speaker, consultant and podcast host Donald Kelly interviews experts in the fields of business, sales, and marketing who share timely advice and surprising stories.

The Sales Leadership Podcast

  • Producer/Host: Rob Jeppsen
  • Where to find this podcast: iTunes, Website
  • Average duration: Usually around 20-45 minutes

Each episode will help to answer the biggest question in business: How do you create predictable, repeatable and scalable success? We’re here to help, by introducing you to the tactics and practices that the best sales leaders use to drive head-turning success. Rob lets you know what you can expect from each episode and gives you his promise: you’ll leave each episode with new ideas to help you drive high growth with your team.

The Sales Podcast (The Sales Whisperer)

  • Producer/Host: The Sales Whisperer/Wes Schaeffer
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 40 to 80 minutes

This podcast covers a full range of topics from inbound sales, online marketing campaigns, entrepreneurship, sales process automation, overcoming adversity, and social selling. Hosted by Wes Schaeffer, the podcast features guests like sales training expert Jill Konrath and Navy Seal operator Joel Lambert.

The Salesman Podcast

  • Producer/Host: Will Barron
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 10 to 50 minutes

Learn more about the role of behavioral psychology, social influence and body language in sales. In this podcast, Will Barron talks not only with startup CEOs and sales coaches but also with university professors and neuropsychologists. Discover why the wrong beliefs about money can hold back financial success. Improve your prospecting skills by learning new tricks from veteran practitioners. Learn how to implement gamification to improve team performance.

The Ziglar Show

  • Producer/Host: Tom Ziglar and Kevin Miller
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 20 to 80 minutes (varies widely)

Hosts Tom Ziglar and Kevin Miller originally developed as a tribute to the legacy of sales legend Zig Ziglar, and it has grown from there. If you ever find yourself reeling from the challenges of being a salesperson, have a listen. This podcast is chicken soup for the salesperson’s soul. Each episode usually starts with an observation or philosophy of Zig Ziglar, and tackles subjects ranging from the benefits of meditation to effective storytelling. This one focuses less on the technical side of sales, and more on the people in the business.

RIP: Sales Podcasts We Loved, But Have Stopped Releasing New Episodes

B2B Nation: Smarketing

  • Producer/Host: Technology Advice/Chris Klinefelter
  • Where to find this podcast: iTunes
  • Average Duration: Usually 10 to 25 minutes

B2B Nation explores issues, challenges and solutions in three verticals: IT, HR and Marketing. Hosted by marketing consultant Chris Klinefelter, the podcast features thought leaders from notable organizations such as HubSpot, Salesforce, and CEB.

Closing Bigger (Social Selling Podcast)

  • Producer/Host: Shane Gibson
  • Where to find this podcast: iTunes
  • Average Duration: varies widely from less than 10 to more than 50 minutes

Learn how to develop a full array of selling skills: from asking the right questions to using the best apps. Closing Bigger is a project of noted international speaker and sales performance guru Shane Gibson. Shane shares practical advice on every stage of the sales process, with a strong focus on psychology and relational dynamics. If you’re most interested in what motivates people to buy, this might be a particularly interesting podcast to listen to.

Conversations with Women in Sales

  • Producer/Host: Sweet Fish Media/Barb Giamenco
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes
  • Average Duration: 35 to 45 minutes

This podcast focuses on women in sales roles, but it’s not only for women. This podcast is hosted by bestselling author, keynote speaker, and social media strategist Barb Giamanco. Barb aims to expose the stories of women in sales to other women, because you can’t be what you can’t see. And it’s enlightening for men, too – anybody who manages a sales team should listen. Barb brings amazing VIP guests, and together they cover a wide range of topics from social selling and career advancement to workplace diversity and leadership.

Enterprise Sales Podcast

This may be the only podcast that focuses exclusively on selling to the enterprise. Learn how to make the most compelling email, design the most effective funnel for your unique sales cycle, or pull off the most productive cold calls in your team – all in an enterprise sales context.

In The Arena Podcast

  • Producer/Host: The Sales Blog/Anthony Iannarino
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 10 to 45 minutes

Hosted by entrepreneur and sales coach Anthony Iannarino, this podcast features bestselling authors, top sales practitioners, and thought leaders reexamining different aspects of selling and sharing their unique insights to listeners. Learn how to develop a winning mindset, formulate an effective strategy, and build habits that help you consistently deliver high value.

Linking Into Sales (The Social Selling Podcast)

  • Producer/Host: Martin Brossman, Greg Hyer, and Elyse Archer
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 20 to 60 minutes

Three experts on leadership, sales, and social selling join forces to give you first-class access to lessons that will help you upgrade your selling performance. It does lean towards social selling, but there is good practical advice for other sales channels, and selling skills, too. Get tips on social media marketing, lead generation, closing tactics and other key processes.

Real Sales Talk

  • Producer/Host: Sean Mitchell and Phill Keene
  • Where to find this podcast: Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 5 to 60 minutes (varies widely)

Hear top influencers and thought leaders share best practices, techniques and strategies that drive optimal sales performance. Listen to their personal stories and get a clearer look into different issues and challenges sales professionals commonly encounter. Learn about new tools, frameworks and resources that will help streamline your sales process and generate more revenue.

Sales Manager Playbook

  • Producer/Host: LeadFuze/Michael Lambourne
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes
  • Average Duration: 10 to 30 minutes

Traffic and conversion expert Michael Lambourne interviews top sales leaders to share useful and practical advice on how to build a winning sales team. Packaged into bite-sized episodes of less than 30 minutes, the podcast gives away tips on a wide range of topics including sales enablement tools, compensation, customer success, and business communication.

Sales Tip a Day

  • Producer/Host: Chris Hamilton
  • Where to find this podcast: iTunes, Stitcher, PlayerFM
  • Average Duration: Less than 10 minutes

Chris Hamilton provides a perfect channel for busy sales professionals who consider hour-long podcasts to be too much of a stretch. With episodes of less than 10 minutes each, Sales Tip a Day presents a nugget of actionable selling wisdom that you can readily execute to hone your workflow, generate leads, or close deals.

Stories From The Sales Floor

  • Producer/Host: Brandon Redlinger and Ben Sardella
  • Where to find this podcast: iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud
  • Average Duration: 15 to 30 minutes

Informative and entertaining, Stories from the Sales Floor is hosted by PersistIQ head of Growth Brandon Redlinger and Datanyze Co-founder and Chief Revenue Officer Ben Sardella. In each episode, they are joined by other sales luminaries like Mark Hunter, Sean Sheppard, Steli Efti, Dave Stein and Jill Rowley. Learn how high-performing outliers nabbed their biggest deals and the best advice they’ll give to aspiring sales professionals.

The Intrepid Entrepreneur/Channel Mastery

  • Producer/Host: Verde Brand Communications/Kristin Carpenter-Ogden
  • Where to find The Intrepid Entrepreneur: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Where to find Channel Mastery: Website, iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 20 to 45 minutes

The Intrepid Entrepreneur ceased publishing new episodes in 2017 when Kristin Carpenter-Ogden decided to transition the podcast into Channel Mastery. Still, the older episodes offer a treasure trove of insight, ideas, and inspiration for business, marketing, and sales professionals. It’s worth looking through the feed for episodes of interest to you.

The Sales Excellence Podcast

  • Producer/Host: Daniel Kuperman, MindTickle
  • Where to find this podcast: SoundCloudStitcher,
  • Average Duration: 10 to 40 minutes

The ‘Sales Excellence Podcast’, is dedicated to showcasing professionals who are obsessed with creating a culture of excellence. Learn how some of the leading technology companies are using purpose-driven sales enablement strategies to win more customers and increase revenue.

The Smart Sales Pro Podcast

  • Producer/Host: Michael Mason
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 35 to 55 minutes

How do you make the perfect pitch? How can social selling improve your metrics? What are the most important elements of account management? Get the answers and more by listening to the Smart Sales Pro podcast. Hosted by Michael Mason, the show offers a ton of info for all types of sales professionals — from reps to coaches. Be inspired while learning about new sales tools and approaches that can help you exceed your quota or improve your performance.

The Ultimate Sales Hustle Podcast

Discover new selling tactics and hear unusual but inspiring stories from sales professionals like you. Hosted by Steli Efti of Close.io, this podcast tackles the tricky issues pervading the rapidly shifting world of selling, and the clever ways outstanding sellers achieve their goals. Learn smarter ways of prospecting. Build longer-lasting customer relationships. Adopt the right response for each of your client’s behavioral triggers.

This is Your Life

  • Producer/Host: Michael Hyatt
  • Where to find this podcast: iTunes, Stitcher
  • Average Duration: 40 minutes

Bestselling author and publishing executive Michael Hyatt shares his experiences and insights in this highly-acclaimed podcast on purposeful leadership. If your goal is to become the best version of yourself, then devour this weekly podcast as regularly as you can. Topics include accountability, focus, work-life balance and how to develop a magnetic personality.

Young Hustlers

  • Producer/Host: Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt
  • Where to find this podcast: Website, iTunes, Stitcher, PlayerFM
  • Average Duration: 30 to 60 minutes

How can I immediately increase sales? How should I build a pitch, if I’m starting from scratch? How do I align my sales cycle with my prospects’ buying cycle? This podcast answers these questions and much more. Hosted by bestselling author Grant Cardone and his millennial protege Jarrod Glandt, Young Hustlers focuses on topics that matter to the new generations of sales professionals.


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Max Altschuler

Max Altschuler is currently the VP of Marketing at Outreach. He is as passionate about the sales profession as they come. He created the premier B2B Sales media company for all things sales innovation, Sales Hacker, and ramped them up to over 150,000 monthly visitors before joining Outreach through acquisition. At Outreach, he leads all things marketing, along with the continued evolution of the Sales Hacker community. Max is a highly regarded sales thought-leader published by Forbes, Time, Inc, Harvard Business Review, and Quora. He wrote the book on modern sales called Hacking Sales: The Playbook For Building A High Velocity Sales Machine, which was published by Wiley.