Posts tagged Josh Mastel
UpRoar CEO Josh Mastel Accepted Into Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC)

Young Entrepreneur Council is an invitation-only community for the world’s most successful entrepreneurs.

UpRoar Partners, a Charlotte-based outsourced “Sales as a Service” company is pleased to announce that Josh Mastel, its Founder and CEO, has been accepted into Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invitation-only community for the world's most successful entrepreneurs 45 and younger.

Josh Mastel was hand-selected to join YEC based on his accomplishments as an entrepreneur and proven industry leadership. As a member of YEC, Josh will have access to exclusive benefits including a curated network of influential peers, personal brand building and publishing opportunities on top media outlets, volume discounts on business services, and VIP events.

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Lessons from my mentor, Chris Dale - Sales Management Powerhouse

Everyone stands on the shoulders of the people around them that have shared their wisdom, guidance, and care as we develop. 

I’m no different, and neither is my mentor, Chris Dale, a man who has built and scaled dozens of successful sales teams in the IT staffing world. In this article, I’m going to share the principles and tactics I learned from Chris about

    •    How to quickly identify the intangibles in a sales hire
    •    A trick to find out if your sales candidate is motivated or not
    •    The difference between motivation and inspiration and why you should never motivate people
    •    How to define and understand your job as a sales manager
    •    When to part ways with a struggling salesperson
    •    Perseverance and mindset over matter
    •    How to get out of a personal slump
 

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Time to Turn in Those Trophies

Growing up, I was involved in everything. You name the sport, band, or spelling bee and I was in it. I’ve got more trophies than my mom’s attic knows what to do with. And although I pride myself for there being quite a few first place and runner ups, I scratch my head looking back on how they even fit the word “PARTICIPATION” on that small, plastic, gold-colored plate on the front of those things.

I already know what you’re thinking, “Another article about the millennials, how lazy we are (Yes, I’m one too), and our belief that we deserve a trophy just for showing up.” Well, against the world’s habitually overused rhetoric that has plagued our entire generation all because of a stupid plastic trophy sitting in a box in an attic, I’m here with a different message.

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