The Awesome Wholesaler Experience Podcast
New School Selling with Steve Clark
Who Is Steve Clark??
Steve is the consummate Sales Professional whose income ranks in the top 3% of all sales and marketing professionals in North America.
At age eleven, he began selling flower seeds and greeting cards door to door for Boys Life magazine. At thirteen, he began selling and delivering 73 newspapers daily on his bicycle and in high school he sold more candy and raised more money for the prom than any of his other 248 junior classmates.
Since 1980, he has sold pest control services, pots and pans, security systems, vitamins, laundry detergent, life and health insurance, annuities, mutual funds, stocks and bonds and school service products.
He is a risk taker and an entrepreneur.
In 1996, Steve was making $53,000 per year as a salesperson and he had over $40,000 of credit card debt. Taking out a second mortgage on his house and borrowing $10,000 from his Mother, he set out into the world of sales and marketing consulting with zero clients, zero income, a wife and two daughters aged 10 and 13.
It was a gutsy leap of faith that has paid big dividends!
Today, he makes more in one month than he used to make in one year.
He is the founder and CEO of New School Selling, an international business development and marketing firm that consults and coaches hundreds of sales executives and business owners each year in Australia, Canada and the US.
He is the author of "Profitable Persuasion - Proven Strategies for Sales and Management Success" and the Co-Author with marketing gurus Dan Kennedy and Bill Glazer of "Secrets of Peak Performers".
The sales processes he has developed are revolutionizing the business world.
He is a guest columnist of Radio Ink magazine and is a frequent national and international speaker.
In addition to his duties as CEO he is a US Coast Guard Captain and fishes out of Navarre, Florida.
Specialties: Sales Process Reengineering, Executive Sales and Management Coaching, Direct Response Marketing, Executive Sales Recruiting