Starve the Doubts Interview with Terry Starbucker

starve the doubts  In this episode of Starve the Doubts Podcast, Jared Easley together with his co-host Jody Maberry of JodyMaberry.com and New Park Leader’s Podcast, interviewed Terry Starbucker St. Marie.

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Terry is a native from Portland Oregon. He is a leadership consultant, strategist, coach, and angel investor. Terry’s expertise focuses on leadership, business execution and customer care, and teaches people a More Human Leadership.”

 

 

Here’s what you’ll learn from this episode:

  • Which is more important, People or Process? PeopleProcess
  • The difference of “Sales Pitch”
    and “Value Pitch”
    no sales pitch
  • Succeeding versus surviving
  • How to deal with mistakes
  • How to set the right price
    price
  • Terry’s story behind being called as “Starbucker”
  • Terry talked about his experience in Pioneer Nation
  • Are you a boss or a leader? boss sitting

    “A leader calls people together. A leader goes for a cause greater than themselves. They teach, they lead and feel.”
  • The principles of “More Human Leadership”
    more human leadership-  It’s not about you. It’s about the team.
    -  Keep your promises.
    -  Keep your values.
    -  Pass on a legacy to the next leaders by teaching them.
    -  Build a culture of accountability.
    -  Face the challenges and keep fighting.
    -  Give people a reason to wake up in the morning.
  • 3 things behind the “More Human Success”
    -   Business Success, Team Happiness, and Personal Fulfillment
  • Common mistakes in Pricing low price
    -   People under-price themselves.
    -   Pitching sales more than pitching value
    -   The myth of “One Spot Market”
  • How to stand out from other competitors
    “If your product
    is expensive, make your product look expensive.”
  • The meaning of “Value Pitch”
  • Customer feedback customer's thought
    “You can’t serve customers with great product without asking them about that.”
  • Keys to Successful Execution

 

 

MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY

“Lead well!”

 

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