Selling in Colors

Selling in Color is a podcast for…

  • people of color who are looking for a platform to share their knowledge to new sales from the underrepresented groups. 
  • new salespeople who want to learn more and improve their careers in the process. 
  • people who want to change the narrative and want more diversity in the sales industry.
  • sales leaders who want some balance and proper representation in their industries. 
  • those who want to empower people of color in getting into sales and appreciate what sales is about. 
  • those who want to help change the stigma in sales and build awareness that sales is an opportunity, a career that many people in color should consider. 
  • those who want to learn more about sales and earn more. 
  • Sales leaders who want to inspire others to grow in their careers. 
  •  Salespeople who want to help the underrepresented groups be motivated and discover their capabilities. 

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SIC 019: Finding Success In Sales Leadership

SIC 019: Finding Success In Sales Leadership

Many people of color walk into an office or sales department only to see nobody that looks like them. In today’s episode of Selling in Color, we’re joined by Simon Tecle, VP of Sales at SynchroMSP, to learn how he gained experience and found success throughout his...

SIC 018: I Was Selling and Didn’t Know It

SIC 018: I Was Selling and Didn’t Know It

People in underrepresented communities might feel imposter syndrome when selling in major industries. In today’s episode of Selling in Color, founder and CEO of Make Money Your Honey, Amanda Abella, tells us how she overcame her imposter syndrome by learning she’s...

SIC 017: I learned How To Sell To Different Audiences

SIC 017: I learned How To Sell To Different Audiences

Selling can be challenging, especially when your target audience is from a different culture. On today’s episode of Selling in Color, we’re joined by Felix Montelara, founder of the Latin Podcast Awards, who shares his challenges selling as a Latino, and how he...

SIC 016: Sales Is In My Mexican Heritage

SIC 016: Sales Is In My Mexican Heritage

For some people, sales is in their DNA. Today’s guest, Jose Quiroz, is one of those people. He is a digital operations expert who comes from a long line of salespeople, even though he wasn’t initially aware. But as the son of an entrepreneur, Jose quickly learned to...

SIC 015: I Was Overlooked Because of My Race But It Didn’t Stop Me!

SIC 015: I Was Overlooked Because of My Race But It Didn’t Stop Me!

Today’s episode of Selling in Color features the founder and Chief Investment Officer of Stone Hill Wealth Management, Phillip Washington Jr. From his first job at Best Buy to door-to-door sales, Phillip learned that his hard working mentality and refusal to give up...

SIC 014: How Have You Achieved Sales Success as a Hispanic Salesman?

SIC 014: How Have You Achieved Sales Success as a Hispanic Salesman?

Today’s episode of Selling in Color features Joseph Villegas, a pharmaceutical sales representative who has been in sales since college. Before working in medical sales, he worked in home health sales and, through these jobs, has found sales success as a Hispanic...

SIC 012: Why Aren’t Companies Hiring More Black People?

SIC 012: Why Aren’t Companies Hiring More Black People?

We’re thrilled to welcome Roderick Jefferson on this episode of Selling in Color. As the Vice President of Field Enablement at Netskope with over 20 years of sales leadership, he knows how to create bridges between organizations to empower sales to exceed...

SIC 011: How Do Our Childhood Beliefs Impact Our Future Sales Careers?

SIC 011: How Do Our Childhood Beliefs Impact Our Future Sales Careers?

On today’s episode of Selling in Color, we welcomed Joel Burstein, CEO at Keep it Simple Training and Development and board chair and MBEIC for the Eastern Minority Supplier Development Council. Joel gives us an in-depth look at his perception of sales and how his...