Brad Stoller

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Brad Stoller is National Director of Business Development for The PT Services Group. Brad is responsible for helping prospective clients understand PT and their appointment setting capabilities through a consultative approach. Before joining The PT Services Group, Brad was a State Farm agency owner, providing insurance and financial services solutions. Over the years, he has been a serial entrepreneur, building and developing businesses in real estate and marketing.

Brad Stoller: Addressing unspoken obstacles in sales

Brad Stoller: Addressing unspoken obstacles in sales

After several years of meeting with MSP prospects, you will have likely begun to get a sixth sense for elements of the conversation that are left unsaid but are influencing how your prospect thinks about you and whether or not...

/ October 8, 2018
Brad Stoller: 3 Sales insights from the world of chess

Brad Stoller: 3 Sales insights from the world of chess

From the outside, the mind of a grandmaster chess champion can seem superhuman. Playing against a seasoned chess player can feel like playing against a mind-reader. Your opponent across the table has an answer for every move you make, and...

/ September 19, 2018
MSP sales
Brad Stoller: The Return on a Non-Close

Brad Stoller: The Return on a Non-Close

When we start our businesses or start our careers in MSP sales, we are told early on that just because a prospect says “no” today doesn’t mean they won’t become a prospect in the future. Yeah, yeah, but you need...

/ August 29, 2018
MSP pipeline
Brad Stoller: Is talent temptation hurting your sales pipeline?

Brad Stoller: Is talent temptation hurting your sales pipeline?

When it comes to growing a business, talent can be both a blessing and a curse. That might sound like a strange idea at first, but having natural talents can influence the choices we make and impact the growth of...

/ July 19, 2018
drip marketing
Memorable sales: Why drip marketing may be a crutch

Memorable sales: Why drip marketing may be a crutch

I think I’ve had something wrong about sales for a long time. I followed the classic wisdom of playing the numbers. If I met with 40 qualified opportunities (prospects that fit my ideal or “bread-and-butter” prospect profile), I would be...

/ June 27, 2018
new business turtle
4 Ways to escape the new business turtle position

4 Ways to escape the new business turtle position

Most MSP business owners desire growth. They want to bring in more MSP new business. They want new sources of referrals. They want to have a bigger impact and reach more people with their expertise. The challenge that we often...

/ May 30, 2018
sales coach
Brad Stoller: When to drink the Kool-Aid and trust a sales coach

Brad Stoller: When to drink the Kool-Aid and trust a sales coach

The entrepreneurial spirit that drives many business owners imbues them with key advantages. Entrepreneurs are resilient. They are creative. They are willing to separate from the herd and take the path less traveled. This nonconformist mentality is an advantage in...

/ April 4, 2018
client fit
Brad Stoller: The power of client fit

Brad Stoller: The power of client fit

As a business, we have always intuitively pursued a good client fit. That desire goes beyond simply avoiding problem clients—though that is a benefit as well. We also want to find the most productive relationships possible. When we find clients...

/ March 7, 2018
MSP referrals
Brad Stoller: Beyond referrals – Building a powerful MSP pipeline

Brad Stoller: Beyond referrals – Building a powerful MSP pipeline

In any B2B context, the temptation to rely on referrals for growth is substantial. Referrals can be lucrative, and the nature of a referral means that the sales process itself is relatively easy. The prospect comes to you with a...

/ February 12, 2018
Market your MSP
Brad Stoller: How to market your MSP with dignity

Brad Stoller: How to market your MSP with dignity

The loudest voices in marketing can paint a picture where late-night infomercials, cheesy banner ads, and pushy salespeople represent the standard of what marketing is and should be. While there is no shortage of bad marketing out there, it is...

/ December 27, 2017 / 3 Comments