Ep 3: The Balance Between Selling & Serving With Jamie Gulino Davis
In this episode of the Choosing Ease Podcast, I’m joined by the amazing Jamie Gulino Davis, a powerhouse in the world of sales coaching and team training.
A connection that started out very much as a teacher-student relationship has, over the years, grown into something that feels so much more profound . . . and I’m grateful that she carved out the space and time to sit and share her journey and insights with us.
If you’ve ever heard of Jamie, you know that she made a name for herself as THE go-to when it came to sales guidance, coaching, and building high-converting sales teams. What you may not know is that back in May, she made a huge leap to step out into the spotlight, walk more fully in her purpose, and serve others in a whole new way.
But it wasn’t without its bumps in the road! In fact, she had a lot of mindset and energetic work she had to go through to get to the beautiful place of freedom and abundance she’s in now. And that’s part of what we chatted about during our enlightening (and inspiring) conversation.
In this episode, we discussed:
Her decision to transition from her role as a supportive right-hand person to taking the bold step of stepping into the spotlight. . . even though it initially felt scary.
The importance of following one's intuition and embracing personal truths, even if they seem daunting . . . and the power of trusting the universe and divine timing.
How an overwhelming POSITIVE response prompted her to take a step back, heal, and reflect on her goals and passions.
How she reconnected with her passion for meaningful service and impact . . . and prioritized energetic alignmentwhen making decisions.
Common money-related beliefs that entrepreneurs struggle with, why shifting these limiting beliefs is crucial for success, and the unique relationship-focused approach to money (and sales conversations) that allows money to flow easily.
The importance of emotional presence during sales conversations . . . and the significance of truly hearing and acknowledging the other person's pain, stories, and emotions to foster genuine connections.
. . . and so much more.
Tune in to check out the full conversation!
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