Cold calling might get you one or two meetings out of a hundred. But warm intros and referrals? You’ll probably meet with at least 80% of those prospects.
We interviewed Bubba Page, founder of Outro, and learned an effective way to get more customer referrals in a fraction of the time—making your job 10 times easier.
Dr. Steve Bezner, Senior Pastor at Houston Northwest Church, was Matt Chandler’s college roommate—so he’s qualified to talk about dealing with envy.
In this episode you’ll hear his story straight from the mouth: how he bought into his own hype, felt the cancer of jealousy grow, and eventually, by God’s grace, came to understand that Jesus is enough, period.
We all know what a bad cold email looks like: they’re long, wordy, and self-absorbed.
Emails that intrigue, on the other hand, are personal, friendly, and inviting.
Wanna learn how to write an incredible cold email that actually gets your prospect to respond? Click here.
Overcoming the odds is something church planters do daily—especially in a town like Los Angeles.
In today’s episode, Casey Bombacie talks about overcoming the American siren song, figuring out if church planting is your promised land, and learning what true blessing is.
This post is based on an interview with Stu Heinecke, a Hall of Fame-nominated marketer and the author of How to Get a Meeting With Anyone.
We discuss how he and his clients have secured meetings with hundreds of VIP prospects using an approach called “contact marketing”.
Bryan Barley moved to Denver from North Carolina to start The Summit Church. His goal was to join the community instead of showing it how to “do things right.”
Listen in to hear how Bryan and his team settled into an existing neighborhood and put down permanent roots in order to serve it.
Wouldn’t you rather have people coming to you instead of you going to them?
That’s exactly what Matthew Smith, VP of Business Development for RealNex, has experienced—all from producing quality content on social media.
Check out this post to hear his thoughts.
Kingdom work is accomplished not just in lifetimes, but in days as well.
In this episode, Dan Freng from Calvary Littleton in Colorado gives an inside look at how he sets the pace for his church day to day—from missional living, to sermon prep, to answering emails.
“Feeding the Champion” is the idea that as your customer’s (Champion’s) product or service grows, yours grows with it.
Sounds simple: invest in your existing customers. We all know we need to do that. But Feeding the Champion is so much more.
Learn more here.
What qualities describe most pastors? Wild guess: you probably didn’t think “organized.”
Listen in to hear James talk with Doug Serven about his book The Organized Pastor in one of our most practical episodes yet.