Ep. 171: Salesman, best-selling author, podcaster, and so much more, Andy Paul interviewed


Andy Paul- @zerotimeselling

Doug- @DJDoug

Strickland- @NiceGuyonBIz

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Here are some of the questions that Andy Paul will answer on The Nice Guys today:

You have to have a process, how are you selling your product?

The hardest part for me selling is never knowing where my next YES is coming from...can you help anyone that feels like I do?

What’s the biggest mistake you see as you are talking to and meeting salespeople out there?

What is your most powerful social or online tool?

What piece of advice can you offer to someone that is doing everything in their business and can’t seem to get out of the process and their business and get into their sales process because they are so busy do everything in their business.

Get in touch with Andy:        andy@zerotimeselling.com

See his website- http://www.andypaul.com/

Check out his podcast "Accelerate with Andy Paul"- http://www.andypaul.com/category/podcast/

Get a free trial of his Zero-Time Selling VT online training platform.

Text TRUST to 9600 to get your free trial

Get Andy's books here- Amp Up Your Sales: Powerful Strategies That Move Customers To Make Fast, Favorable Decisions-

Zero-Time Selling: 10 Essential Steps To Accelerate Every Company's Sales

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