Sell Without Selling Podcast

Episode #178

Success In Sales With Aandra Bohlen

On this episode, Stacey is joined by entrepreneur and sales strategist Aandra Bohlen, for a conversation on the sales approach, what happens when you hear “no”, and the importance of always remembering to ask for the sale.

Key Takeaways:

  • The people in front of you are perspective clients.
  • Hearing no means it’s time to find a new way.
  • Always ask for the sale.

Today’s Guest: Aandra Bohlen

Aandra Bohlen is a Sales Call Strategist & Consultant for service based businesses who want to increase sales conversions, attract prospects who are already primed, prepared and qualified to purchase. She helps businesses create an epic enrollment experience that is aligned with their core values, mission, and vision of their business that results in a win for EVERYONE.

Her core belief is that sales calls should not be doing all the heavy lifting and selling should be centered around solving and serving.

She helps businesses accomplish this by bringing forth her 30 years of corporate experience developing sales teams, sales processes, and exceeding sales performance KPI’s for converting sales for Fortune 500 products/services.

She’s on a mission to demystify the stigmas around selling and works with businesses and corporate sales teams to foster a healthy relationship with selling by providing her clients and customers with tools that make selling not only easy, but transformational for the business and the customer.

“My definition of selling has evolved over the years. In the beginning, it was just about the money.” -Aandra Bohlen





(First ~2 mins)

Hey, this is Aandra Bohlen, and if you want to learn the six and seven figure science to success, significantly increase your revenue, and learn how to successfully build professional relationships, you should be listening to the Sell Without Selling Podcast with my good friend, Stacey O’Byrne.


Stacey: Let’s do this, Aandra, how are you?

Aandra: I’m good. Thank you so much for having me. This is going to be so much fun. I can already feel it.

Stacey: I’m excited. I know that you’ve got a really crazy schedule that you pack yourself productively, and I want to make sure that we just leverage your time, our listener’s time, and my time and just knock this out of the park.

Aandra: Let’s do it.

Stacey: Alright, so you know you’ve got a hell of a background in sales. You really climbed the corporate ladder and worked for some pretty big companies. So did you just wake up one day and go, “Hmm I think I just want to be in sales.”

Aandra: No. What’s funny is I kind of fell into it. As a young 16 year old the only jobs you could get were at fast food joints and things like that nature, and I had a friend that told me, “Hey you should try this telemarketing job.” That’s what they called it back then. And I tried it and quite frankly I fell in love with it, because it was just a place where I felt connection really deeply, where I was lacking that in my personal life. So for me, I fell into this opportunity to sell, figured out that I was good at it, but it really became something much more greater for me was time went on and I matured into a younger woman vs a teenager.

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