S1E197 – Ramping on a complex product with Amanda Fisher of Aircall

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When its a complex product or service ramp time is critical. Miranda, a surf and sales alum joins us to discuss the following

 

Understanding the right type of demo
Proper demo onboarding
What did I love about cold calling
Why are alumni sales scripts so bad
How I’ve translated sales skills into my personal life
Which role is harder SDR or AE
Advice on getting promoted from SDR to AE
How to manage WFH. 

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