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36 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Laura Wright. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Laura Wright, often where they are interviewed.

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36 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Laura Wright. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Laura Wright, often where they are interviewed.

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038: Speeding Up Your Sales Cycle, with Laura Wright

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The sales process with corporate firms can take quite a long time. 

Sometimes we do get in touch with the right person at the right time, and you can meet the person, shake their hand, and have the contract in the bag by the end of the week. That does happen (but not often).

Sometimes it can take six months. 

Sometimes it can take 12 months.

And these really long lead times can have a huge impact on your cash flow, and your anxiety levels.

On this week’s podcast, I’m talking to Laura Wright, a self published author, speaker, growth strategist and master sales coach. She has closed a cool $43 million and then some over the last 20 years, she is the founder of Epic At Sales and during our interview she shared some ideas on how to speed up your sales process.

We also discussed:

  • How recovering from big financial losses has made her stronger than ever.
  • The strength information and skills-based businesses have over those that sell products (especially now)
  • The benefits in experiencing times of stress and strain in your business
  • The key question you should ask at the start of your B2B sales process
  • How to understand and liaise with the decision-making hierarchy of your prospect’s organisation
  • How to strengthen your pipeline with clients of varying sizes
  • The true purpose behind stretch goals
  • Making the most of referral opportunities
  • What works best: nurturing one lead with multiple interactions, or connecting with multiple leads?

Useful Links:

Laura Wright’s Overcoming Objections PDF

Aug 10 2020 · 44mins
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Laura Wright: How to Become Epic at Sales

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What skills do you have that could provide value to others? Self-proclaimed “sales ninja” Laura Wright is here to help you go from selling yourself short to selling your way to success.   As a master coach, author, and the founder of Epic Sales, Laura Wright’s results have been just that – nothing short of epic.  She went from being over $500,000 in debt during the recession in 2008 to owning a seven-figure business and closing over 43 million dollars in deals over the past 20 years. Whether you’re a service-based entrepreneur, are interested in becoming one, or are simply looking to feel more empowered, Laura’s insights will help you recognize the incredible value you provide.  All of the show notes can be found at thegoodlifecoach.com/093.

Aug 05 2020 · 1hr

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Epic Sales with Laura Wright

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Welcome to this week's excellent episode. Our guest for this is the lovely Anna Sergunina. Anna is a Certified Financial Planner and Founder & CEO of Mainstream Financial Planning, Inc.


Aug 01 2020 · 27mins
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An Audience with Laura Wright – CEO, The Postal Museum

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From dreams of being a tap dancer, to CEO of The Postal Museum, via nearly two decades at Tate, Laura Wright is the final guest of series two of the Cultural Enterprises Podcast. Laura speaks with honestly about how self doubt can be a positive attribute in leadership, why those who struggle with networking are the ones who need to do it most, and how your career should all be about following your passions.

Jun 25 2020 · 31mins

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Episode 155: F*cking Up + Changing The Way We Create Food Content with Laura Wright Of The First Mess

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This week, I’m talking to Laura Wright. Laura is an author, a recipe developer, and the founder of the award-winning blog, The First Mess. 

Laura and I discuss equity in food blogging/influencer content, her missteps in the past and how she’s fixing them, crediting ingredients, how she’s rethinking and changing the way she creates content and works with brands, and why context, intention, and clear communication matters.


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Jun 19 2020 · 1hr 4mins
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Sell With Compassion, Sell With Heart: The New Age of Sales with Laura Wright

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What is it about sales? Why do so many people, especially women, cringe at the thought of trying to sell their services, even when we know we offer something of great value?

This question is especially relevant under current circumstances. Laura Wright draws upon her 23 years of expertise to share how it’s possible to create a sales mindset that celebrates trust, leadership and connection. Learn how aligning with your inner strengths and values fosters longstanding relationships with clients, paving the way for a successful business built upon a foundation of integrity.

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Big Ideas

  • How to angle sales during COVID-19 in a way that is supportive. [03:18]
  • Considering how to make your business of service in order to support critical needs. [07:25]
  • Restructuring your method of sales to align with inner values. [12:08]


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Jun 02 2020 · 23mins
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153: How to get sales right, right now with Laura Wright

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With over two decades in sales, Laura Wright has helped many different types of businesses grow and prosper. She has helped over 4,800 artists sell tens of thousands of pieces of work, sold and filled multi-million dollar events, and seen success in real estate. If there's a sale, Laura can close it!
May 26 2020 · 32mins
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Laura Wright, Extended Maternity Leave, Baroness Doreen Lawrence

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The soprano Laura Wright tells us about her new single released with The Choir of Royal Holloway, University of London to mark Mental Health Awareness week.

Baroness Doreen Lawrence discusses why the Labour Party are conducting its own enquiry into why people from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities are more than four times more likely to die as a result of Covid-19 than their white counterparts.

Two twenty-somethingsJackie Adedeji and Erin Bradshaw tell us how life has changed for them since the pandemic began.

The author Glennon Doyle tells us about her book untamed which explains why we should all listen to and trust the voice deep inside us.

Should maternity leave be extended because of the lockdown? The parents of a 6 month old have had more than 200 thousand signatures to a petition asking the government to extend it by three months. We hear from James one of the parents who started the petition and from Cheryl Adams the Executive director of the Institute of Health Visiting on the difficulties faced by new parents at this time.

Professor Marion Turner an expert on medieval England tells us why The Plague led to increased wages, greater employment, more migration to towns and, ultimately, to greater independence for women.

What makes someone want to go to see the same musical at the theatre time and time again? We hear from documentary maker Mark Dooley about his film, Repeat Attenders – which follows some of musical theatre’s superfans – including Gudrun Mangel a huge fan of Starlight Express.

Presenter: Jenni Murray
Producer: Rabeka Nurmahomed
Editor: Lucinda Montefiore
May 23 2020 · 56mins
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Singer Laura Wright, Covid-19 and Oestrogen, Professor Heather Viles and Covid-19 and Fashion.

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The soprano Laura Wright first came to prominence when she won the BBC Radio 2 Young Chorister of the Year in 2005 aged just 15. A lover of sport, she’s well known for her performances at huge sporting events from the FA Cup Final, British Grand Prix, Invictus Games and being England Rugby team’s first ever official anthem singer. She tells Jenni how during lockdown she has been using her voice by working with organisations and charities to address the challenges of isolation. To mark Mental Health Awareness week, she’s released a new single with The Choir of Royal Holloway, University of London in aid of charity.

Could oestrogen provide some kind of protection against Covid-19? Dr Louise Newson is a GP and menopause specialist. She is working closely with NHS England to see whether women having periods or taking hormonal therapies like the pill and HRT are protected in some way.
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Professor Heather Viles has been awarded the Royal Geographical Society's prestigious Founder's Medal for her excellence in establishing the field of bio-geomorphology - the scientific study of the physical landscape, and how plants and animals help with those process. She joins Jenni to discuss her career: from researching the contribution of acid rain to the deterioration of English cathedrals, to studying black slime growing on rocks at the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles.

We know that the COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous impact on the global economy. One area that has been hit particularly hard is the fashion industry. What will be the long term impact and how is Coronavirus forcing us to think differently about fashion? Kenya Hunt is the Fashion Director at Grazia UK. Annie Clarke is a merchandise manager.

Presenter - Jenni Murray
Producer - Clare Walker

Guest - Laura Wright
Guest - Dr Louise Newson
Guest - Heather Viles
Guest - Kenya Hunt
Guest - Annie Clarke
May 22 2020 · 44mins
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Epic At Sales with Laura Wright

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Meet Laura Wright, 'Epic Sales Ninja,' author and founder of Epic at Sales. She is our awesome guest on this week's episode. Laura has closed a cool $43 million and then some over the past 20 years. She helps her clients scale to six-figures within months and cross seven-figures in record time. She's also expanded her mission to change the way all women rise from entrepreneurial dips and even wrote the rule book to prove it, No Woman Down: 51 Lessons To Create Your Epic Income Rise.

For show notes and links mentioned in the podcast, visit https://shebreaksthru.com/EpicatSaleswithLauraWright

Apr 19 2020 · 31mins