Terry Lancaster Social Sales Speaker

• Social Sales Speaker
• #1 Best Selling Author

I help salespeople and entrepreneurs get more reviews, more referrals, and more repeat business by building better, stronger, more authentic customer relationships online and in real life.

I’ve worked with thousands of business owners, managers, and salespeople providing proven strategies for making the cash register ring.

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“By far the funniest self help book I’ve ever read!”

BETTER! Self Help For The Rest Of Us is about putting aside our relentless pursuit of perfection and just being exactly who we are…only BETTER! One minor adjustment at a time. It’s about focus and flow. And it’s about the science of habit formation. It’s also a little bit about naked yoga and bird poop.

The dirty little secret of the self help business is this:

No book is going to change your life. Only you can do that. But BETTER! Self Help For The Rest Of Us can give you a roadmap and the tools you need to build a better life one minor adjustment at a time.

Recent Blog Posts

How to actually reach your customers with Steve Roessler

I’ve got some good news for you. And some bad news.  We’re all more connected than ever before with multiple ways to reach out, connect, and communicate with our customers wherever they are. The bad news is instead of that making it easier to get in touch with our customers, it’s actually harder to engage them. Today’s guest […]

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Why Mike Columbus says you should stop selling

Everybody wants to sell more stuff. We’re called salespeople, and that’s the freaking job – Sell. More. Stuff. But if you look up Mike Columbus on The Facebook, it says his job title is Relationship Marketing Advisor. His job description is “creating relationships that last a lifetime” at West Hills Honda in Seattle.  And on today’s episode […]

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Salesperson or Media Mogul with Ryan Gerardi

Back in the days of yore, if you wanted to be a salesperson, you packed all your wares in a big black bag, hit the road, and started knocking on doors. Then the telephone made it massively easier to reach as many people in an hour as you could reach all day on foot. Now, the world […]

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