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The Key to Unlocking Your Business’s Full Potential with Corey Berrier


Have you reached the results you’ve been working for yet? In this episode, Daniel and Corey Berrier, The Sales CEO reveal the secret to a successful, resilient business.  With over two decades in the sales industry, Corey learned the key ingredient to a successful business- happiness. Unhappiness negates all your efforts. Tune in as Corey expounds more on this intriguing topic along with practical tips on leadership, handling adversities, consistency, and putting your customers’ best interest. Success is about keeping a positive outlook and loving what you do. The key takeaway: Happiness leads to success.

“If you do your business for the money, your success is going to be short-lived.” - Corey Berrier

Episode Highlights
  • 03:39 Ingredients To Success
  • 09:16 Handling Adversities To Become Stronger
  • 17:35 How To Properly Lead
  • 20:15 Consistency Towards Success
  • 22:14 Go Above And Beyond
  • 24:25 Assess What You’re Doing: Put The Best Interest Of Your Customers


About Corey:

Corey Berrier, “The Sales CEO” is the host of the Successful Life Podcast and is based in Raleigh, NC. He is a sales coach who can help you reach your business’s full potential. He helps struggling business owners with sales, sales process, company culture, and trains sales teams on how to sell from the customers’ perspective. Corey started business coaching in 2014 when he grew tired of seeing businesses struggling to make sales and not having the opportunity to offer solutions. He is what you need to accelerate your business sales and help you encourage your team. With experience in language and communication, Corey can help you create business relationships that will last.


05:18 “It feels great giving people the results that they’re looking for because it changes their lives and their business.” – Corey Berrier

06:30 “If you go into a business and your energy is off because you’re unhappy, you’ll not be a good employee or a business owner.” – Corey Berrier

07:12 “Being unhappy is going to give you negative energy and lower vibration because people sense that.” – Daniel Gomez

09:06 “In sales, you have to match people’s energy, but you don’t want people to have to match your negative energy.” – Corey Berrier

14:15 “You’re not going to achieve that excellence, that greatness in your life without going through any challenges or adversities. That adversity is what’s meant to make you better and was sent to promote you.” – Daniel Gomez

16:00 “If you’re having trouble in your business right now, then you might be doing something that you shouldn’t be doing. This can bleed over into your job or your business because you do carry that stuff with you.” – Corey Berrier

16:48 “God didn’t bring you this far to leave you here… You have to fight a little bit harder because everything doesn’t come super easy. If you bite it, you will get it.” – Corey Berrier

17:50 “You need to meet people where they’re at. You have to be aware of the folks that you’re talking to and how you talk to people because your tonality is so important.” – Corey Berrier

18:28 “You can’t lead by being a dictator. But if you are a business owner, you can’t come home and try to run your house like you do your business. It builds resentment and bitterness in your kids and your family.” – Daniel Gomez

21:49 “To be consistent, sometimes it requires us to do the things that we don’t want to do.” – Daniel Gomez

24:41 “If you do your business for the money, your success is going to be short-lived.” – Corey Berrier

28:18 “Sometimes you have to believe whether you can see it or when you can’t see it.” – Corey Berrier

32:13 “The pain is there for a reason.” – Corey Berrier

33:53 “No matter how down or low you feel right now, there’s always a bounce back. You just need to make that decision to do it.” – Daniel Gomez

35:24 “People do not buy for your reason… Put yourself in the customer’s shoes.”  – Corey Berrier