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My smoking’ hot wife, Kay, is a world-class salesperson.

No joke.

She was once the #1 muffler salesperson for Walker Automotive, the largest muffler manufacturer in the world!

I’ve finally convinced her to do her own sales webinar for women! And I got her to do a short video for you. 

Right now you can get $20 off her already low fee for attending (use the code “KAY20” on the order form!).

Tuesday, December 17
2:00pm ET/11:00am PT

If you’re a women in sales, Kay will give you some great tips to make more money! And, if you’re also in a male-dominated industry, she’ll talk about how to be your best and handle all those good old boys (like me, I guess!).

Here’s Kay personal message:

My first sales call was a disaster.

I was 24 years old. I’d just started in outside sales with a division of Anchor Hocking. My product was a line of cabinet hardware – and I was the first woman ever hired in my position.

During my job interviews, I’d convinced them I’d grow current business and open new accounts in a geographical territory covering parts of four states.

On my very first prospecting call, I chickened out. I didn’t even make it to the front door.

Ugh.

That humbling moment came to mind six years later as I walked across the stage to receive a big, shiny trophy.

“Territory Manager of the Year,” it read.

I was now with a different company – Walker Exhaust.  They’d hired me because of my success selling in a male-dominated industry. I’d proven myself, and Walker  hired me away for an even better position.

This was an equally glamorous product line – automotive exhaust systems.  When I achieved the top sales increase in the country. I was not only named Territory Manager of the Year –

I also earned the nickname “Muffler Mama.”

I wish I’d known then what I know now, as the saying goes. Of course it doesn’t work that way. So I’ll do the next best thing – share what I’ve learned with you.

During my sales career I’ve sold hardware, mufflers and even local newspaper advertising.  I’ve spent the biggest chunk of time selling my husband (more accurately, Steve’s speeches, products and consulting services).

There’s a difference between great salespeople and the ones who just don’t cut it.

Want to know the difference? Join me for my Uncopyable Women in Sales webinar. I’ll let you in on what I’ve learned.

I’ll tell you exactly what you need to do to be GREAT.

I’m going to highlight the specific things that have made the biggest difference – and helped me consistently exceed my sales goals. I’ll talk strategy, mindset and action steps. I’ll also help YOU avoid mistakes I made – oh yeah, I made a few of those – and give you techniques and shortcuts to make you more successful in sales…so you get better RESULTS.

I’ll cover:

  • What to do before the sales call
  • How to quickly gain trust (your #1 goal)
  • The key to rapport (most salespeople don’t do this)
  • How to overcome a lack of experience
  • The word you should use liberally during every sales interaction
  • Building blocks in the relationship
  • Keys to a positive mindset – even when you don’t make the sale
  • The one question you’re afraid to ask – and why it’s the key to making more sales
  • Use the 80/20 rule to make MORE sales in the same amount of time you’re spending now.
  • Your Uncopyable advantage

BONUS:

Are you in a male-dominated industry?  I’ll talk about the specific actions I took to earn trust, establish credibility build great customer relationships with male customers – all of which led to my sales success.

PLUS:

2 months FREE membership in the GOLD Inner Circle (value $114).

After 2 months your credit card will be charged $57/mo. You can cancel ANYTIME before the end of your two months and be charged nothing.

Tuesday, December 17
2:00pm ET/11:00am PT

WHO IS KAY MILLER?

Kay Miller’s background is in sales and marketing, which she studied many years ago at WSU (sorry, Husky fans).

After graduating from college, Kay was one of the first women hired as a Territory Manager by Walker Exhaust, a division of Tenneco. The product line she sold included automotive mufflers, pipes and catalytic converters. In this glamorous position, Kay covered the state of Washington, calling on Automotive Distributors, Repair Garages and Muffler Shops. She went on to be named Salesperson of the Year, and earned the nickname “Muffler Mama.”

Kay eventually went to work with her husband, Steve. They’ve built a marketing consulting business, helping small business owners and marketers gain an Uncopyable competitive advantage.

Kay’s other half, Steve Miller, is the co-creator of their fabulous daughter, Kelly. He’s also the author of the #1 Amazon Best Seller, Uncopyable – How to Create an Unfair Advantage Over Your Competition.