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Unleashing Your Sales Potential with Christopher Filipiak

· Podcast

Every interaction in the world of sales could be a potential customer or a missed opportunity. So how can you give yourself the best opportunity for sales success?

In today's competitive market, being "sales ready" is more critical than ever. Whether you're an entrepreneur, a sales representative, or a business owner, unlocking your potential in sales is a crucial step towards achieving success.

In today’s episode of More Clients Less Effort, we talk about how to unlock your potential by being sales ready with Christopher Filipiak. Christopher is the founder and executive seller of Christopher Filipiak LLC and is on a mission to make sales synonymous with love.

Christopher shares his expertise on the importance of being sales ready, including how it can help you build relationships, overcome objections, and close more deals. He also provides practical tips for developing a sales mindset and emphasises the importance of continuous learning and improvement.

So if you're ready to unlock your potential and take your sales skills to the next level, listen in as Christopher Filipiak shares his insights on being sales ready. Whether you're just starting or looking to refine your existing skills, this episode has something for everyone. So sit back, grab a pen and paper, and dive into the sales world!

Listen here:


  • What is the one crucial sales step marketers miss (00:03)
  • The importance of systemizing your sales process (03:27)
  • Pitching on LinkedIn - is it enough? (06:07)
  • Founder-led sales vs corporate sales: which is more effective? (13:20)
  • Christopher’s secret to helping his clients grow (16:22)
  • How to hire the right sales team for your business (23:47)
  • Dealing with the fear of rejection and discomfort in sales (26:19)


“Any investment in yourself requires a change in growth.” -Christopher Filipiak
“If you hire a cheap salesperson, you'll get cheap results.” -Tim Hyde
“Show up as a service provider and not so much like a friend.” -Christopher Filipiak

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