We’ve come to the end of another season of Selling in Color! In this season’s finale, Donald touches on some of the great episodes and looks forward to what’s coming next for the podcast.
A look back on some great episodes:
- Nia Lewis shared how she overcame her imposter syndrome.
- Janice B. Gordon discussed the racial inequalities of sales teams in the U.K.
- Jerry Brooner told us how he builds diverse sales teams.
- Stephanie Chung shared her experience with high-ticket selling.
- Natasha Hemingway explained how crucial it is for us to invest in ourselves.
- Jason Bay taught us great email tips and strategies.
All of these folks gave their input, but what’s the main takeaway from this season? Always look to tell new stories, learn new tips, and find new strategies.
A look forward to what’s to come:
- Moving forward, Selling in Color is shifting shift a little bit, moving more towards a storytelling style rather than purely direct interviews.
- If you haven’t done so, connect with Donald on LinkedIn and tell him what you want to hear more about. Whether that’s highlighting brands, tech expansion, or the Great Reshuffle, we’d love to hear what you want.
We’ll be back the first week of April for the launch of the next season. We can’t wait to see you as we share more strategies, stories, and tips for people of color to use as we get the success we deserve.
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