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What do you do once you connect with someone on LinkedIn? There are two radical extremes when it comes to LinkedIn and quite frankly, they both suck! Either you do absolutely nothing (and hope somehow, the world will beat a path to your door) or; You launch, immediately into a sales pitch and piss off […]


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Paul Castain is the Vice President of Sales Development for Consolidated Graphics where he oversees the training and development of 700 sales Jedis.

Prior to working for Consolidated Graphics. Paul was the Director Of Corporate Solutions Sales for Dale Carnegie & Associates and the owner of two successful businesses.

Over the last 27 years, Paul has trained and mentored over 3,000 sales professionals, written sales training content for several Fortune 500 companies and is the author of Castain’s Sales Playbook (which just won a Sales Pop award for best sales website).


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What do you do once you connect with someone on LinkedIn? There are two radical extremes when it comes to LinkedIn and quite frankly, they both suck! Either you do absolutely nothing (and hope somehow, the world will beat a path to your door) or; You launch, immediately into a sales pitch and piss off […]


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Paul Castain is the Vice President of Sales Development for Consolidated Graphics where he oversees the training and development of 700 sales Jedis.

Prior to working for Consolidated Graphics. Paul was the Director Of Corporate Solutions Sales for Dale Carnegie & Associates and the owner of two successful businesses.

Over the last 27 years, Paul has trained and mentored over 3,000 sales professionals, written sales training content for several Fortune 500 companies and is the author of Castain’s Sales Playbook (which just won a Sales Pop award for best sales website).


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You’d probably think that the worst thing you can do after connecting on LinkedIn is launching into a pitch, right? There’s actually something more dangerous and actually more prevalent; Connecting and then doing nothing! And that, ladies and gentlemen is what the vast majority of people do on LinkedIn; Connect and then focus their time […]


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Paul Castain is the Vice President of Sales Development for Consolidated Graphics where he oversees the training and development of 700 sales Jedis.

Prior to working for Consolidated Graphics. Paul was the Director Of Corporate Solutions Sales for Dale Carnegie & Associates and the owner of two successful businesses.

Over the last 27 years, Paul has trained and mentored over 3,000 sales professionals, written sales training content for several Fortune 500 companies and is the author of Castain’s Sales Playbook (which just won a Sales Pop award for best sales website).


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You’d probably think that the worst thing you can do after connecting on LinkedIn is launching into a pitch, right? There’s actually something more dangerous and actually more prevalent; Connecting and then doing nothing! And that, ladies and gentlemen is what the vast majority of people do on LinkedIn; Connect and then focus their time […]


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Paul Castain is the Vice President of Sales Development for Consolidated Graphics where he oversees the training and development of 700 sales Jedis.

Prior to working for Consolidated Graphics. Paul was the Director Of Corporate Solutions Sales for Dale Carnegie & Associates and the owner of two successful businesses.

Over the last 27 years, Paul has trained and mentored over 3,000 sales professionals, written sales training content for several Fortune 500 companies and is the author of Castain’s Sales Playbook (which just won a Sales Pop award for best sales website).


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Barring any “Buy from me” messages on LinkedIn, what typically happens after you accept someone’s invitation to connect? Nothing, right? Well that’s just silly! Why invite someone to connect and never say a word to them? “But Paul, I don’t know what to say!” How about “Thank you” as in . . . “Thank you […]


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Paul Castain is the Vice President of Sales Development for Consolidated Graphics where he oversees the training and development of 700 sales Jedis.

Prior to working for Consolidated Graphics. Paul was the Director Of Corporate Solutions Sales for Dale Carnegie & Associates and the owner of two successful businesses.

Over the last 27 years, Paul has trained and mentored over 3,000 sales professionals, written sales training content for several Fortune 500 companies and is the author of Castain’s Sales Playbook (which just won a Sales Pop award for best sales website).


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Barring any “Buy from me” messages on LinkedIn, what typically happens after you accept someone’s invitation to connect? Nothing, right? Well that’s just silly! Why invite someone to connect and never say a word to them? “But Paul, I don’t know what to say!” How about “Thank you” as in . . . “Thank you […]


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Paul Castain is the Vice President of Sales Development for Consolidated Graphics where he oversees the training and development of 700 sales Jedis.

Prior to working for Consolidated Graphics. Paul was the Director Of Corporate Solutions Sales for Dale Carnegie & Associates and the owner of two successful businesses.

Over the last 27 years, Paul has trained and mentored over 3,000 sales professionals, written sales training content for several Fortune 500 companies and is the author of Castain’s Sales Playbook (which just won a Sales Pop award for best sales website).


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On the surface, you and your competitors look and sound the same until; You clearly articulate your difference but; There are lots of things tugging at your prospect’s attention span, that can easily help them forget. That’s why repetition is key and; You need to premeditate when and where you will reinforce your key selling […]


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Paul Castain is the Vice President of Sales Development for Consolidated Graphics where he oversees the training and development of 700 sales Jedis.

Prior to working for Consolidated Graphics. Paul was the Director Of Corporate Solutions Sales for Dale Carnegie & Associates and the owner of two successful businesses.

Over the last 27 years, Paul has trained and mentored over 3,000 sales professionals, written sales training content for several Fortune 500 companies and is the author of Castain’s Sales Playbook (which just won a Sales Pop award for best sales website).


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On the surface, you and your competitors look and sound the same until; You clearly articulate your difference but; There are lots of things tugging at your prospect’s attention span, that can easily help them forget. That’s why repetition is key and; You need to premeditate when and where you will reinforce your key selling […]


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Paul Castain is the Vice President of Sales Development for Consolidated Graphics where he oversees the training and development of 700 sales Jedis.

Prior to working for Consolidated Graphics. Paul was the Director Of Corporate Solutions Sales for Dale Carnegie & Associates and the owner of two successful businesses.

Over the last 27 years, Paul has trained and mentored over 3,000 sales professionals, written sales training content for several Fortune 500 companies and is the author of Castain’s Sales Playbook (which just won a Sales Pop award for best sales website).


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This time of year can be really challenging. We’re trying to get every last deal across the finish line BEFORE; Everyone starts mentally checking out for the holidays and; Telling us to; Call me back at the beginning of next year! I can’t speak for you but I welcome the opportunity to get even one […]


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Paul Castain is the Vice President of Sales Development for Consolidated Graphics where he oversees the training and development of 700 sales Jedis.

Prior to working for Consolidated Graphics. Paul was the Director Of Corporate Solutions Sales for Dale Carnegie & Associates and the owner of two successful businesses.

Over the last 27 years, Paul has trained and mentored over 3,000 sales professionals, written sales training content for several Fortune 500 companies and is the author of Castain’s Sales Playbook (which just won a Sales Pop award for best sales website).


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This time of year can be really challenging. We’re trying to get every last deal across the finish line BEFORE; Everyone starts mentally checking out for the holidays and; Telling us to; Call me back at the beginning of next year! I can’t speak for you but I welcome the opportunity to get even one […]


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Paul Castain is the Vice President of Sales Development for Consolidated Graphics where he oversees the training and development of 700 sales Jedis.

Prior to working for Consolidated Graphics. Paul was the Director Of Corporate Solutions Sales for Dale Carnegie & Associates and the owner of two successful businesses.

Over the last 27 years, Paul has trained and mentored over 3,000 sales professionals, written sales training content for several Fortune 500 companies and is the author of Castain’s Sales Playbook (which just won a Sales Pop award for best sales website).


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