In this insightful episode, Bill Becker dives into the often-misunderstood world of sales, revealing the truths and debunking the myths about what a career in sales is really like. Whether you’re considering a move into sales or just starting out, this episode will provide you with a clear picture of the opportunities and challenges in the field.

Learn how a career in sales can offer anyone a path to financial independence, personal growth, and a fulfilling future. Bill shares his journey, illustrating how sales skills are not only valuable in their own right but also transferable across various industries.

Additionally, we provide practical advice on how to land your first sales job, even if the company you’re interested in isn’t actively hiring. You’ll hear tips on crafting a compelling pitch, networking effectively, and demonstrating your value to potential employers.

Tune in to hear Bill Becker’s answers to questions such as:

  • Tell us about your career and why you chose to evangelize the “Why” of going into sales instead of the usual, “How” to sell.
  • What is the number one mistaken belief about sales and salespeople?
  • How is sales different today than it was 5 years ago? 10 years ago?
  • How can someone with no sales experience get their first sales job, even if a company isn’t hiring?
  • You talk about being able to create your own sales job and then sell it to the company of your choosing? How is that possible?
  • And much, much more!

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About the Author: Bill Becker

Bill Becker is a retired sales and marketing pro now taking his superpowers to work on homeless initiatives and evangelizing about sales careers. Bill spent 35+ years in marketing and technology sales. Focusing on non-traditional revenue streams, he opened new markets and developed multiple programs to land multi-million dollar clients. He first started evangelizing about sales careers after spearheading the retraining of workers affected by the 9/11 layoffs.

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