Author, Speaker, Coach
Jason Forrest is a sales trainer; management coach and member of the National Speakers Association’s Million Dollar Speakers Group and Entrepreneur’s Organization. He is also an award-winning author of six books, including Leadership Sales Coaching. One of Training magazine's Top Young Trainers of 2012, Forrest is an expert at creating high-performance sales cultures through complete training programs. He incorporates experiential learning to increase sales, implement cultural accountability, and transform companies into sales organizations. He’s won Stevie Awards for Sales Training Leader (2013) and for Sales Coaching Training Program of the Year (2014).
People want enough information and few inviting options, not endless emails and irrelevant choices.
Look for opportunities to provide a standout experience in everything so your customers will not want to look elsewhere.
The next best thing to always being the smartest person in the room is being in a room full of smart people. That's a mastermind group.
Changing your culture with these steps will change your business.
When sales are slow and the team worries you're charging too much, it's time for them fall in love with the product all over again.
Your company doesn't need to become a corporate version of Lord of the Flies to achieve at the highest levels.
Small improvements in work flow can make the difference between treading water and growing.
People are happiest on the job when they are respected for doing good work.
Brilliant leaders make original errors. Mediocre leaders all do the same dumb stuff.
Stress has gotten a bad reputation that it doesn't fully deserve.
Entrepreneurs have long believed their mindset is a powerful factor in their success or failure. Science increasingly agrees.
Inspiring, influential reads for every entrepreneur.
When you hold team members accountable, you're telling them you value them and their place on the team.
By talking the talk and walking the walk, you'll inspire those around you.
In business, when we define the win as one outcome -- a sale, an innovation, or reaching a quarterly goal -- we're limiting ourselves.
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