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Eating Crow

Episode 67: Kevin Casey

Season 3, Ep. 67

Kevin Casey was doing it all wrong...

...selling, that is.

He realized traditional selling techniques pushed potential clients away, unintentionally.

So he started unselling - a strategy he's now perfected, heck, he's even written a book about it.

He's fully transparent about his eating crow moments and how he's completely rethought his approach to selling.

Kevin is also the kind of guy you could have a beer (or a few beers) with and lose track of time.

Listen to his weekly video tips and sign up for his book, "Unselling"

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