We know you’re busy—in fact salespeople say they spend 65% of their time on non-selling activities—so we’ve identified the top sales podcasts to help you improve and push your sales career and skills to the next level. These 19 bite-size opportunities to learn from top industry thought leaders bring you actionable advice to exceed modern buyer demands, with expert insights and tactics you can put into place right away.

  1. Move the Deal: Just wrapped on season 1, Miller Heiman Group’s sales strategy podcast focuses on helping sales professionals further hone their skills and boost performance by sharing the latest trends, best practices and new sales technologies.
  2. Goliath, Meet David: This six-part podcast series from Korn Ferry connects leading figures from the start-up world to talk about their personal stories and perspectives on entrepreneurial success.
  3. The BizChix Podcast: Host Natalie Eckdahl coaches high performing women. In her podcast, she shares strategies to master mindset, grow as a leader, build a team and gain visibility in the industry.
  4. Sales Influence—Why People Buy!: Today’s buyer is more informed than ever. Host Victor Antonio digs into why clients buy using the latest studies in consumer behavior and neuromarketing to help sales professionals sell more effectively.
  5. Sales Success Stories: Host Scott Ingram interviews and deconstructs world-class sales performers to uncover their favorite sales books, habits, routines, strategies and tips.
  6. Make It Happen Mondays: Each week host John Barrows shares practical sales tips that help professionals close more deals, covering the sales cycle from calling to closing, with advice on career growth.
  7. Selling With Social: Mario Martinez Jr., founder and CEO of Vengreso, interviews sales leaders who have a passion for helping professionals drive results. Each episode features sales insights for modern sellers.
  8. Conversations with Women in Sales: Dedicated to becoming the best resource in the world for women in sales, host Barb Giamanco features a meaningful conversation from a woman doing incredible work, as well as  practical advice for advancing your career across multiple sales functions.
  9. Funnel Radio Channel: Focused on sales management, CRM use, account-based marketing and more, each episode features industry experts sharing advice on sales strategies, revenue, marketing management and sales enablement.
  10. Business Casual: A newcomer to the sales podcast world, Business Casual brings listeners sales insights from thought leaders and high-level executives. Host Kinsey Grant takes the podcast’s title to heart, keeping conversations casual and accessible while still delivering valuable information.
  11. Sell Or Die: The husband-and-wife team of Jeffrey Gitomer and Jennifer Gluckow host this comprehensive sales podcast that posts twice a week. Experts from different areas of sales offer honest, enthusiastic conversation about challenges and solutions. Motivation Monday episodes give listeners a shot of inspiration at the start of the week.
  12. Cold Call: Inside A Case Study: If you’re a research buff, this is the podcast for you. Presenting Harvard Business School’s case studies in podcast form, Cold Call explores the world of business from many different angles with host Brian Kenny, telling specific stories with lessons that can benefit a variety of sales organizations.
  13. The Salesman: One of the most popular B2B podcasts, hos Will Barron offers the expected interviews with thought leaders in sales and finance, but doesn’t stop there. Recognizing that understanding how people think is key to effective selling, he also speaks to experts in subjects like behavioral psychology to explore what compels buyers to act.
  14. The Sales Evangelist: Host Donald Kelly brings a near-religious fervor to how he talks about sales. The podcast covers the hottest topics in the industry while also offering more personal takes with series like “Accidental Sellers,” sharing stories on how people stumbled into their selling careers.
  15. The Advanced Selling Podcast: The strongest podcasts deliver entertainment along with information, and hosts Bill Caskey and Bryan Neale have a sense of humor that makes their in-depth discussions engaging. Each episode contains insights into how to develop your sales talent and connect with buyers.
  16. Predictable Prospecting: Host Marylou Tyler’s strong focus leads to conversations that delve into the nitty- gritty details of prospecting, while exploring how different parts of a sales organization can offer support.
  17. The Other Side of Sales: Ashleigh Early and Kasey Jones fight against the “sales bro” mentality in their podcast, which features an inclusive lineup of guests who share how their unique experiences shape their sales approach. The podcast also explores workplace challenges that go beyond sales process: wardrobe questions, navigating uncomfortable situations, and drinking at professional events.
  18. In The Arena: Anthony Iannarino is one of the industry’s top authors, speakers and sales leaders, and he brings a high level of expertise to his podcast. The podcast offers practical steps to help sellers enhance their process, along with more complex breakdowns of the techniques that have helped him and his high-profile guests improve their performance.
  19. Predictable Revenue: This podcast is dedicated to helping sales development reps find and capture new incremental revenue for their organizations. Hosted by Predictable Revenue co-founders Collin Stewart and Aaron Ross (a Move The Deal guest), this podcast delivers longer conversations with outbound sales experts as well as bite-size episodes spotlighting the company’s Outbound Labs findings.

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