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Feb 19, 2017

I talked with Victor Antonio about sales presentations and how you can perfect a pitch that leads deals forward. Victor shared his perspective on why your sales presentation matters so much, the elements of a great presentation, and the best way to engage buyers in a way that leads them to say yes to meeting with you. We also talked about many of the common mistakes sellers are making today that get in the way of them achieving their sales objectives.

Enjoy the interview!

About Victor Antonio

A poor upbringing from one of the roughest areas of Chicago didn't stop Victor from earning a B.S. Electrical Engineering, an MBA and building a 20-year career as a top sales executive and becoming President of Global Sales and Marketing for a $420M company.  He has shared the stage with top business speakers: Rudy Giuliani, ZigZiglar, Paul Otellini (CEO of Intel), and John May (CEO of FedExKinkos). 

He's the author of 12 books on sales and motivation and recently released his Seminars On Selling course with 200+ sales training videos.

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