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210 - Science-Based Selling with with Joe Tetro

Season 2, Ep. 210

Welcome to a special episode of the No Labels, No Limits podcast where I have the privilege of being joined by our co-host for the day, Ken Fay. Ken and I hosted a few episodes in the past and today we interview Southpaw’s founder and trainer, Joe Tetro. 

Joe Tetro has worked for some of the top sales organizations in the world: Motorola, NBC Universal, Spectrum Reach, etc. 

He was recognized as the Sales Manager Of The Year by the Video Advertising Bureau, is a certified Selling Skills Trainer, Certified Business Coach, member of the Sandler Training Presidents Club and graduated from the Center for Creative Leadership: Leadership Development Program. In case you are curious, yes, Joe is a busy guy!

On a more personal note, Joe also finds time to:

• embrace becoming an amateur boxer

• actively read - currently reading Get Your Life Back by John Eldridge

• study and work with Kevin Mohler, a highly regarded, globally recognized entrepreneur, author, trainer, and professional speaker, who built 6 companies totaling over $100 million in revenue by the age of 30

When asked about his company during the interview, Joe says, 'Southpaw’s goal is to provide fast measurable sales results using science-based selling - a combination of social psychology, neuroscience and behavioral economics."

Learn more and connect with Joe here:

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289 - FIVE Years of No Labels, No Limits with Host Sarah Boxx

Season 3, Ep. 289
What an exciting month celebrating the No Labels, No Limits 5th Anniversary. The NLNL podcast officially launched on March 8, 2018 and we've been going strong ever since. We have been ranked globally as one of the top 3% most popular shows out of over 3 Million podcasts by the Listen Score. We are proud to keep bringing you inspirational and educational guests to encourage our community to remove labeling limits and beliefs, and rising to their most authentic selves.As a tribute to our accomplishments, our host, Sarah Boxx, takes a trip down memory lane as she reviews some of our earliest guest interviews and the valuable insights that are still applicable today. Enjoy this compilation of guests from our initial days on the podcast scene.Reach out to Cherie Jamason, Nonprofit & Systems Improvements, Thought Leader, and Advocate here: to her original, full episode here: Price, Personal & Organizational Development Expert, here: to her original, full episode here: Pattee Colvin, Meditation Coach and Mindfulness Mentor, here: to her original, full episode here: Anderson, Performance Marketing Strategist, here: to her original, full episode here: Jezycki, Business Owner and Leader, here: to her original, full episode here: