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Mark Jamnik | Selling Is ServingToday’s episode features Mark Jamnik, creator of Vezane, a company that helps coaches with their sales challenges as well as helping coaches create a curriculum for their own coaching programs to help “can and clone” themselves so they can maximize their impact in the world.

During the show Mark talks with Ely about sales challenges business people face and how we can learn to overcome those challenges. He offers us some tips and ideas we can use to begin overcoming them today.

Mark Jamnik started out in sales and advertising in 2000 representing cable stations like CNN, ESPN and even some local businesses who wanted international exposure.

However, after the economy changed he really wanted to find out what his passion was and then discovered the coaching profession. Did you know that 80% of your results will come from 20% of your efforts?

Sales boils down to psychology and in this interview you’ll learn more about how sales is affected by psychology and:

  • The first thing you should be thinking about before trying to sell your product/service to customers.
  • The quickest way to kill a potential sale.
  • Psychology from a sales perspective.
  • How to keep your relationship ongoing with your customers.



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  1. […] weeks ago I was interviewed for a podcast by Ely from Your Marketing University. This 45 minute interview covers sales psychology as well as […]

  2. […] Mark Jamnik worked in the advertising selling profession for 10 years and past clients include Procter and Gamble, Partnership for a Drug Free America and Discount Tire. When the economy shifted gears in 2008, so did Mark’s passion for his career. […]

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