Lately, I’ve found myself with tons of extra time during quarantine. I’ve already binged watched Tiger King, completely overhauled my workout routine, and re-organized my closet. So naturally, I’m finding ways to stay productive, including binging sales podcasts on my runs and while cleaning the house.
If you’re looking to up your game during this time at home, here are a few of my recommendations for sales podcasts:
Ratings: 5/5 stars with over 92 reviews on Apple Podcasts
What people are saying: Great podcast if you’re looking to up your game and learn from guests with proven sales success along with the host, Chad Sanderson. – Apple Podcasts review
Length of episodes: 20-45 minutes
Why you should listen: The B2B Revenue Executive Experience is the podcast geared toward helping executives train their sales teams better and optimize growth. It’s known to provide truly deep wisdom with immediate, actionable insights – every week. Even if you’re an individual contributor, you’ll walk away with nuggets to take back to your team.
Ratings: 4.5/5 stars with over 23 reviews on Apple Podcasts
What people are saying: Indeed this is fresh and real. Love the content and the fact the discussions are real world. I’m a new subscriber but hooked and loyal starting today. – Apple Podcasts review
Length of episodes: 15-30 minutes
Why you should listen: Every episode you listen to an inspiring B2B sales thought leader, executive, or individual contributor discuss everything in B2B sales. The show helps pros navigate the sales process and engage their target accounts to become a more effective seller.
3) Sales Gravy
Ratings: 4.5/5 stars with over 359 reviews on Apple Podcasts
What people are saying: Short, simple, and to the point! Really enjoyed the episode about prospecting and caring for the customer during Coronavirus chaos. Very informative, good reminders, and a great way to approach these times as a sales representative. – Apple Podcasts review
Length of episodes: 5-45 minutes
Why you should listen: Host Jeb Blount is the best-selling author of People Buy You, which is a great book to get you back to the truest of sales fundamentals: Success is equal to your ability to solve the problems of the customer. He teaches you how to open more doors, close bigger deals, and rock your commission check.
BONUS: Jeb posts a daily sales briefings every day to keep listeners motivated and focused.
Ratings: 4.9/5 stars with over 39 reviews on Apple Podcasts
What people are saying: Fantastic insights you’re not getting anywhere else. For many years, Barb has been a force for advancing sales and the next generation of sales skills sellers need to master (Social Selling!). In this podcast, she handpicks women sales leaders that have tremendous insights into their industry and unique perspectives that will challenge your view of selling. I walk away with serious notes and plenty of ‘do this NOW’ advice to put into my sales practice. – Apple Podcasts review
Length of episodes: 25 minutes
Why you should listen: Women in Sales is dedicated to becoming the best resource in the world for female sales professionals. Every episode features a woman in sales that are doing incredible work and each guest will share practical advice for advancing your sales career.
Each episode features topics like leadership, career management, social selling, overcoming adversity, sales and marketing alignment, B2B sales, strategic partnerships, buyer personas, account-based selling, content creation and promotion, social media, and more.
Ratings: 4.7/5 stars with over 732 reviews on Apple Podcasts
What people are saying: Want to improve your A-game? Listen to this podcast! It gave me the proof this logical thinker needed to make big changes that worked! – Apple Podcasts Review
Length of episodes: 20-60 minutes
Why you should listen: As, the number one evidence-based growth podcast on the internet, The Science of Success, is about the search for evidence-based personal growth. It’s about exploring ways to improve your decision-making, understand your mind and how psychology rules the world around you, and learn from experts and thought leaders about ways we can become better versions of ourselves.
Understanding these foundational concepts and looking at the bigger picture on how you and others tick will only help you become a better seller.