Archive for the ‘Donnie Tuttle’ Category

How to Influence Using Your Own Story: An Interview with Mark Brown

“We don’t need another hero.” -Tina Turner I sat down for an hour with one of America’s story masters, Mark Brown, and here are some of my thoughts. Do you want more influence? Our influence comes from our ability to connect. Our ability to connect comes from what we share in common with others. We all have some things in […]

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How to Sell Simply with Story: An Interview with April Sunshine

If you are in sales, you’re probably doing it wrong. I know. I was there—FOR YEARS. You go to the trainings, study all of the flyers, pamphlets, and brochures, and you know every feature of your product or service. You are a professional, you know your stuff, and you are ready to step in and be the hero! Before you […]

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How to Live Your Own Wow Now: An Interview with Michelle Miller

It started when she found a random ad on Facebook. Remote Year. Michelle signed up to do ten countries and twelve locations in one year. What I love most about her adventure is there were no concessions made. “I didn’t want to go on this journey thinking or having people say, ‘You didn’t succeed, but at least you had a […]

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How to Get a Meeting with Anyone: An Interview with Stu Heinecke

If you knew you would be 100% successful at getting an appointment with your ideal customer, what would that do for you? One meeting can change everything. What if you could to that 100 times, with 100% effectiveness? How long would it take for your business to be where you want it to be? If I told you that there […]

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Up-Shift: Transitioning with Flow

I am writing this just before “transition week” for our family—where we change locations.  For me, this part of my life preaches the importance of transition. That period of “in-between.” How I transition makes all the difference. Mind shifts, activity changes, and motivation can reverse. This is the place of momentum or directional disintegration. Our travels show this on a […]

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How to Close Perfectly: An Interview with James Muir

“Sales is the ONE thing that I will NEVER do.” -Donnie Tuttle circa 2002. Before I fell in love with the greatest profession on earth (sales), I was petrified by the idea of influencing others and asking them for their business. The granddaddy of all of those fears for me was the closing question. Sixteen years later, it has become […]

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How to Lead from Anywhere: Interview with Jim Stryker

How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. How do you win big? One small victory at a time. Jim Stryker, who is in the elite club as far as production and leadership, breaks down high achievement into a mindset and small “base hits” that add up to big results. Jim says that victory begins with the bed—it’s […]

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How to Sell from a Boat: An Interview with Lauren LaForge

Why aren’t you living the life you want? What’s holding you back? Have you ever been binary in your thinking (meaning you have to choose A or B)? I have. I can’t do this AND that. I can’t be a good parent AND a top producer. I can’t work hard AND travel. I can do this OR I can do […]

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Stop Chasing…Be a Magnet: An Interview with Chelsea Fournier

Many have been there before. Working a job that is absolutely soul-sucking. Chelsea Fournier was a young, jet-setting, up-and-coming attorney of business law. She excelled. She crushed it. And…she absolutely hated what she was doing. Her life was characterized by success, money, insomnia, and stress. “I realized that a physical change was needed,” she said. That’s just what she did. […]

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