Today on the Sales Success Stories podcast I’ve got another presentation from the 2018 Sales Success Summit for you. Hopefully, this starts to give you a further taste of just how powerful the Summit experience is. This is Mike Dudgeon who today is the Director of Key Accounts at LinkedIn talking about Treating Your Sales Career Like a Franchise Owner:
That beeping at the end was a visual cue at the back of the room accidentally turning into an audio cue as Mike ran out of time. I run a really tight schedule at the Summit, and I didn’t mention it at the start, but Mike was actually the first guest I ever had on the Sales Success Stories Podcast. He’s the star of episode 1, and at that time Mike was the #1 Global Account Executive at LinkedIn, where he was managing the Microsoft relationship just before Microsoft acquired LinkedIn. It’s a great episode if you want to go back and listen to that.
With this series of presentations from the first Sales Success Summit, I also hope you’ve really started to get a sense for just how powerful this experience is. Mike even talked about it at the start of his own talk, which came towards the end of the second day. As I release this we’re coming up on the end of January, and the price to attend the Summit in October goes up at the end of every month until all 200 tickets are sold out. So I hope you won’t wait another minute to jump on the current deal. All of those details are at Top1Summit.com… Even if you’re not 100% sure. Do yourself a favor and jump on it now, because your ticket is fully refundable until 30 days prior to the event. I also know you’re going to be kicking yourself in May when tickets are over $1,000 and you know you could have gotten in much earlier. Again, the details and registration page is at Top1Summit.com
Then be sure to come back next week for my next interview with a super fascinating top performer. A guy who wasn’t just #1 last year on a team of over 500, but a guy who has been number one seven times over the last 10 years. You’re not going to want to miss it, and thanks to his belief in simplifying the complex, you’ll actually be able to listen to it in less than an hour.
I’ll talk to you then.