“North Fulton Business Radio,” Episode 163: Robert Steele, The Enterprise Zone
What can making the Dallas Cowboys team as a long-shot free agent teach you about business? What’s the biggest sales mistake many companies make? For the answer to these questions and more, listen to Robert Steele, The Enterprise Zone, in this interview with host John Ray. “North Fulton Business Radio” is broadcast from the Business RadioX® studio inside Renasant Bank in Alpharetta.
Robert Steele, The Enterprise Zone
Robert Steele is CEO and Founder of The Enterprise Zone.
Robert Steele has dedicated his career to learning the art and science of sales and put that knowledge to work. As a founder of four companies, Robert understands that the CEO must be the best salesperson for the company. His experience of raising capital for a start-up, turning around an entire organizations sales process and managing a publicly traded company, Robert understands the value of teamwork, building relationships, mentoring colleagues and driving value throughout the organization. Having closed in excess of $500,000,000 in Total Contract Value, Robert has been called relentless by his colleagues. In 1978, as a free agent for the World Champion Dallas Cowboys, Robert was the only free agent out of eighty hopefuls to make the 1978 football team that played in Superbowl XIII. Robert loves challenges and meets those challenges head on.
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“North Fulton Business Radio” is broadcast from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX®, located inside Renasant Bank in Alpharetta. Renasant Bank has humble roots, starting in 1904 as a $100,000 bank in a Lee County, Mississippi, bakery. Since then, Renasant has grown to become one of the Southeast’s strongest financial institutions with approximately $12.9 billion in assets and more than 190 banking, lending, wealth management and financial services offices in Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida. All of Renasant’s success stems from each of their banker’s commitment to investing in their communities as a way of better understanding the people they serve. At Renasant Bank, they understand you because they work and live alongside you every day.