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Selling Local: Stories | Tips | Service

A business podcast from Dale Dupree: Leader of The Sales Rebellion
Website: http://copierwarrior.libsyn.com/website

Welcome to Selling Local, powered by The Sales Rebellion, with your hosts Dale Dupree and Chris Watson.

Our focus is on you, the sales reps and sales leaders, that are leading our communities today. We seek to empower, not to tear down. We look to speak truth, not to mislead. We hope to bring change and lead professionals away from the disconnected sales habits of the past.

We believe in people of products, community over commission checks, providing experiences over performing a pitch, and fellowship over negotiations.

So the only questions, will you join us, and write the next chapter of your sales legacy?

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