Lead, sell, and set out with the velocity mindset with Ron Karr

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Lead, sell, and set out with the velocity mindset with Ron Karr

Ron Karr has worked with leaders on six continents to eliminate. Risk gain, buy-in and achieve better results faster with the velocity mindset, which is a registered trademark of his, um, he is a five-time author.

His latest book is called the velocity mindset. And he has a best-selling book called lead sell and set out, uh, and get out of your way would help if I could read my own handwriting and get out of your way. Uh, he, uh, talks about high-performance sales primarily, and that’s one of the things that we’re going to be really focusing on today.

So welcome to the show, Ron, we’re happy to have you. Thank you. Okay. So let’s just dig in right away. And one of the things that I want to talk about, um, which is one of the first things that you listed, and I had a question about this is, you know, um, why shortcuts. So again, we’re talking about sales and creating velocity and creating a mindset of, you know, moving forward and not just standing still.

It’s funny. Cause I had, I have a book called launch how to take your business to new Heights that was originally going to be called stop talking, take action, get results, because it really is about. That mindset of stop talking, stop talking about it, and go do it. So, one of the things that you talk about is why shortcuts and peed your velocity.

And I really want to understand what you mean by shortcuts. And then we can talk about why short cuts in pager velocity. Well, usually you go for the shortcuts when you’re more self-focused and customer. Um, and view that the best way I could do that is to answer both questions at once. Yeah. There’s a psychological process to sales or influence for leaders it’s influenced by just those selling ideas are still selling


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