Predictable Revenue

  • by Aaron Ross, Marylou Tyler
  • Narrated by Mary Jane Wells
  • 5 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Grow Revenyue by 300% Or More and Make it Predictable
Discover the outbound sales process that, in just a few years, helped add $100 million in recurring revenue to, almost doubling their enterprise growth... with zero cold calls.
This is not another book about how to cold call or close deals. This is an entirely new kind of sales bible for CEOs, entrepreneurs and sales VPs to help you build a sales machine. What does it take for your sales team to generate as many highly-qualified new leads as you want, create predictable revenue, and meet your financial goals without your constant focus and attention?

How an outbound sales process ("Cold Calling 2.0"), that without cold calls or a marketing budget, can generate a 9% response rate and millions of dollars from cold prospects.
The Seven Fatal Sales Mistakes CEOs and Sales VPs (even experienced ones) make time and time again.
How outbound sales and selling can be friendly, helpful and enjoyable.
How to develop self-managing sales teams, turning your employees into mini-CEOs.And more...


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Absolutely terrible narration. Not recommended.

What disappointed you about Predictable Revenue?

Mary Jane Wells did an absolutely terrible job of narrating this book.

What could Aaron Ross and Marylou Tyler have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Different narrator. Mary Jane Wells did this book an extreme injustice. I have listened to tons of audiobooks and this is by far the worst one. It's a shame too because the book came highly recommended by a few people.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Mary Jane Wells?

Someone who narrates with emphasis in proper areas and on proper sentences. Mary Jane Wells read the book with the most bland, boring tone I've heard. It sounds as though she was reading the book for the first time because she had no confidence or familiarity in the material. She made it extremely difficult to focus and listen for more than a few minutes at a time.

Any additional comments?

I recommend reading the book instead of listening to the audio given the terrible narration.

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- Maximus

Writing a book in the third person is just dumb

Ideas in the book are great, but there is too much promotion of Salesforce. And the third person thing really should be illegal.
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- Jess

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-19-2013
  • Publisher: PebbleStorm, Inc.