Diana left her 14 year corporate career in 1997 with a fortune 100, as VP of Training & Sales Development to open 3DInternational Training & Consulting. After 7years of serving International and domestic clients on sales, leadership and performance management. Diana decided to use her business savvy in the entrepreneurial arena.
With a desire to stay closer to home, In 2005 she established Diana & Company Jewelry Designs a private boutique brokering certified diamonds and specializing in custom creations.
As a small business owner & entrepreneur Diana was always looking to connect with others and share her success. In 2016 Diana took on the role of Managing Director for eWomenNetwork, a National Organization serving, supporting & mentoring women business owners & entrepreneurs.
During the first 3years in this role Diana has observed a growing need for the small business owner, and this has prompted her to reprise her Training and Business Consulting expertise and in 2019, Diana launched ExSell Performance a training and sales development company focused on serving corporate, small businesses and entrepreneurs to implement effective strategies that elevate & impact their sales & leadership.
When not working you can find Diana with her hubby Mike Singing and playing music or in Vegas Playing Poker..
On this episode:
Stacey is joined by sales development specialist and entrepreneur Diana Sabatino for a conversation on the path to success, leaving a lucrative corporate career, and discovering your sales strategy.
-Most entrepreneurs will experience a winding road to success.
-A boss directs and a leader inspires.
-Avoid decisions in isolation. You cannot do it alone.
"Building a network is not just about building a team of people, it's about the quality of the resources in your circle." -Diana Sabatino
"I was asked what made me successful in sales, I tell people what they need to hear not what they want to hear." -Stacey O'Byrne
"There is a huge difference between a boss and a leader. A boss tells you your job while a leader inspires you to do it." -Diana Sabatino
"We're in time of instant gratification and it's changed the approach to marketing." -Stacey O'Byrne