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Every Salesperson’s Secret Weapon with Jamin Alvidrez Jamin Alvidrez and Joe Lynch discuss every salesperson’s secret weapon. Jamin is an accomplished 3rd party logistics sales leader and coach. About Jamin Alvidrez Jamin Alvidrez has worked in logistics and transportation for the past 16+ years. Jamin’s supply chain and tech adventure has seen him…
 
Winning Strategic Accounts with Mike Neme Michael Neme and Joe Lynch discuss winning strategic accounts, understanding buyer behavior and aligning sales efforts to the customer’s buying behaviors. In the podcast interview, Mike shares his approach to strategic account sales, which has enabled him to consistently win enterprise logistics accounts. A…
 
Supply Chain Basics with Jason Miller Jason Miller and Joe Lynch discuss supply chain basics. Jason is a professor of supply chain at Michigan State University, which is ranked as one of the top supply chain schools in the world. About Jason Miller Jason Miller (PhD The Ohio State University) is a tenured Associate Professor of Logistics and the Jo…
 
The Logistics of Logistics Podcast with Joe Lynch Steve Elwell and Joe Lynch discuss The Logistics of Logistics podcast including its founding, evolution and future. Joe Lynch is the host of The Logistics of Logistics podcast. About Joe Lynch Joe Lynch is the host of The Logistics of Logistics podcast, where he interviews logistics and supply chain…
 
The Ecommerce Lifecycle with AJ Khanijow AJ Khanijow and Joe Lynch discuss the the ecommerce lifecycle. As the founder of an ecommerce fulfillment company, AJ works closely with ecommerce companies and is an expert in ecommerce fulfillment. About AJ Khanijow AJ Khanijow is the founder of Fulfyld, a warehousing and fulfillment company based in Hunts…
 
The Logistics of Building a Brand with Chip Humitz Joe Lynch and Chip Humitz discuss the logistics of brand building. As a top marketing and branding strategist, Chip explains the key elements of brand building and how it relates to the transportation and logistics space. About Chip Humitz Chip Humitz is the Marketing and Strategy Director at LUDWI…
 
ALS Sucks with Larry Cepuran Larry Cepuran and Joe Lynch talk about how ALS sucks and there is still no cure and few treatments for this awful disease. Larry Cepuran is a friend of Joe's who has been diagnosed with ALS, which is sometimes referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease. ALS stands for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Donate to ALS TDI About ALS …
 
Ann Holm and Joe Lynch discuss developing grit, which is having perseverance and passion for long-term goals. Grit is often recognized as one of the keys to success. About Ann Holm Ann C. Holm, MS, PCC, is a Professional Certified Coach specializing in executive, career, and sales coaching. In addition to being a certified Master practitioner of th…
 
Transforming the Shipper, Freight Forwarder Relationship with Sarah Barnes-Humphrey Sarah Barnes-Humphrey and Joe Lynch discuss transforming the shipper, freight forwarder relationship. As the founder of a company designed to connect shippers and freight forwarders, Sarah understands the dynamics of the shipper, freight forwarder relationship. Abou…
 
The Customer is the Hero with Tom Augenthaler Joe Lynch and Tom Augenthaler discuss why the customer is the hero. As the founder of an influencer marketing company, Tom helps companies tell stories that make the customer the hero. Having customers and influencers talk positively about your company is one of the best ways to attract and win new busi…
 
LTL Basics with Doug Sartain Doug Sartain and Joe Lynch discuss LTL basics. LTL is short for less-than-truckload. Doug is the Vice President of LTL Services at Redwood Logistics and the perfect guest to explain LTL basics. About Doug Sartain Doug Sartain is the Vice President of LTL Services at Redwood Logistics. Doug has worked in transportation a…
 
Dynamic Pricing is Transforming Logistics with Zeke Ziliak Zeke Ziliak and Joe Lynch discuss how dynamic pricing is transforming logistics. As Global Vice President, Transportation & Logistics Industries at PROS, Zeke and his team help transportation and logistics companies align supply, demand, and pricing decisions to realize additional revenue a…
 
Freight Moves on Relationships (and Trucks) with Nicole Glenn Nicole Glenn and Joe Lynch discuss the topic, freight moves on relationships and trucks. As the founder and president of a transportation company that specializes in time-sensitive, high-touch shipments, Nicole believes that communication and good relationships drives positive business r…
 
Buying and Selling Transportation/Logistics Companies with Peter Stefanovich Peter Stefanovich and and Joe Lynch discuss buying and selling transportation/logistics companies. Peter is a co-founder of Left Lane Associates, a Canadian mergers and acquisitions firm focused exclusively on the North American supply chain industry. About Peter Stefanovi…
 
Why Chattanooga is the Silicon Valley of Trucking with Craig Fuller Craig Fuller and Joe Lynch discuss why Chattanooga is the Silicon Valley of trucking. Craig and his company, FreightWaves is one of the reasons, Chattanooga is called the Silicon Valley of Trucking. About Craig Fuller Craig Fuller is CEO and Founder of FreightWaves, the only freigh…
 
Selecting an E-commerce Fulfillment Partner with AJ Khanijow AJ Khanijow and Joe Lynch discuss selecting an e-commerce fulfillment partner. For e-commerce companies the difference between success and failure is fulfillment. As the founder of an fulfillment company that specializing in e-commerce, AJ knows what companies should look for in an e-comm…
 
Building a Foundation for Sales Growth with Mike Temple Mike Temple and Joe Lynch discuss building a foundation for sales growth. Logistics company owners often engage with Mike to help them build a foundation that will jumpstart growth and position the company for long-term success. About Mike Temple Mike Temple is the founder of Temple Executive …
 
New School Supply Chain Basics with the Supply Chain Queen, Sheri Hinish Sheri Hinish and Joe Lynch discuss new school supply chain basics. As a supply chain thought leader and change agent, Sheri is leading the way toward sustainable supply chains, new paradigms, strategy, and leadership. About Sheri Hinish Sheri Hinish is The Supply Chain Queen a…
 
Emotional Intelligence in Sales with Ann Holm Ann Holm and Joe Lynch discuss emotional intelligence in sales. Ann reviews the basics of emotional intelligence and how to apply it to sales. About Ann Holm Ann C. Holm, MS, PCC, is a Professional Certified Coach specializing in executive, career, and sales coaching. In addition to being a certified Ma…
 
Accelerating Time to Value for 3PLs with John Golob John Golob and Joe Lynch discuss accelerating time to value for 3PLs implementing and onboarding new accounts. 3PLs, freight forwarders, and carriers are increasingly concerned with the timely implementation of new customers. A poorly managed or late implementation can be very costly for both the …
 
5 Challenges to Expanding into Europe with Joe Paris Joe Paris and Joe Lynch discuss 5 challenges to expanding into Europe. As an American entrepreneur and recognized expert in operational excellence living in Germany, Joe Paris has unique, first-hand insights into the challenges facing American companies expanding into Europe. About Joe Paris Joe …
 
Avoiding Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt in Sales with Steve Elwell Steve Elwell and Joe Lynch discuss why avoiding fear, uncertainty, and doubt in the sales process will help you close more deals. Fear, uncertainty, and doubt in a buyer’s mind almost always kill the sale. About Steve Elwell Steve brings a strategic and practical approach to the chall…
 
Reducing Cost and Improving Transit Time for eCommerce Shipments from China with Brian Miller Brian Miller and Joe Lynch discuss eCommerce shipments from China, which can be challenging for small to mid-size eCommerce companies. Brian and his company, Easy China Warehouse have a unique approach that can reduce the cost and transit time for shipping…
 
Stop Toiling in Obscurity with Ann Holm Ann Holm and Joe Lynch discuss why you should stop toiling in obscurity. To build a successful career in the 21st century where most people will have dozens of different jobs, you must work smart and become known within your industry. Toiling in obscurity hoping to be noticed and rewarded for all your labor i…
 
The 5 Billion Dollar Overcharge with Steve Ferreira Steve Ferreira and Joe Lynch discuss the 5 billion dollar overcharge which refers to the amount that ocean shippers are overcharged every year. Steve is well recognized expert in ocean freight auditing and in the interview, he describes the problem of ocean freight overcharges and ways to recaptur…
 
The Niches Have Riches with Kevin Hill Kevin Hill and Joe Lynch discuss why the niches have riches, which refers to the advantage of specializing and owning a niche. In the logistics and transportation business, competition is intense and increasingly the best 3PLs are developing market segments, so they can customize their services to a specific n…
 
Upgrading to One Integrated Suite for all Logistics Operations with Naval Sabharwal Naval Sabharwal and Joe Lynch discuss why using one integrated suite for all logistics operations is the best approach for driving logistics and supply chain efficiency and effectiveness. Utilizing fragmented systems limits logistics companies from fully leveraging …
 
A Better Way to Reach Your Target Market with Tom Augenthaler Joe Lynch and Tom Augenthaler discuss what it takes to reach your target market more effectively and more efficiently. Tom is an influencer marketing expert and he shares how influencer marketing can be used to boost your company’s growth and form better relationships with your customers…
 
Understanding Your Sales Personality with Ryan Schreiber and Ann Holm Joe Lynch is joined by Ann Holm and Ryan Schreiber to discuss sales personality type. When you understand your sales personality type it enables you to play to your strengths and account for your blind spots. Knowing your individual sales personality type leads to greater self-aw…
 
The Right Talent – Recruiting, Training, and Retaining with Ryan Schreiber Ryan Schreiber and Joe Lynch discuss what it takes to recruit the right talent in the transportation and logistics industry. While Ryan is very much a techie, he believes that people are the ultimate competitive advantage. In the interview, Ryan shares his perspective on rec…
 
The New Reality of Logistics Sales and Marketing with Brian Everett Brian Everett and Joe Lynch discuss the new reality of logistics sales and marketing. Since Brian is the CEO of TMSA he has a great perspective on what’s working in transportation and logistics sales. Brian shares his thoughtful insights, which are based on TMSA research and his di…
 
Building Strategic Partnerships with 3PLs and Carriers with Don Dovgin Don Dovgin and Joe Lynch discuss the advantages of building strategic partnerships with 3PLs and carriers. Shippers who develop strategic partnerships with 3PLs and carriers get better service and lower costs than shippers that switch from one carrier to another based on the low…
 
[00:49] Please tell us about you and your company. I’m Robin Gregg, CEO of RoadSync. We are a payments company located in Atlanta, Georgia. Our goal is to make payments faster and simpler for the logistics industry. I grew up in West Virginia and went to Washington and Lee University. After, I got my MBA from Harvard Business School. My career star…
 
[00:41] Tell us a little bit about where you’re from and what you do. I’m Yatish Desai, managing director with KPMG. I’ve been with them for ten years. I’m also the US leader for their transportation, logistics, and distribution service offering. Our customers typically fall into one of four categories: industrial manufacturing companies, consumer …
 
[00:49] Introduce you and your company. I’m Dan Gilland, and I lead business development for Schwan’s Home Service. We are based in Minnesota. I was practically born and raised on Schwan’s, so it’s fitting that I’m working here. Schwan’s has sold high quality, delicious frozen food direct-to-consumer since 1952. We deliver just about everywhere in …
 
[01:10] So many people say coach, consultant, and trainer interchangeably. Talk about the differences between them and a little bit about your background in brain science. The value of working with a coach is not for that individual to be an advisor, but to help you get at the root of why you want to do something and how you will accomplish it. The…
 
[01:01] Tell us a little bit about you and your company. My company is Logistics Marketing Advisors. I started it in 2004 and we’re located in Connecticut. We help logistics businesses improve their marketing to drive revenue and profits. I’m born and raised in New York and got my master’s degree at Fordham University. In the late 80s and early 90s…
 
Automating Cross-Border Transportation with Matt Silver Matt Silver and Joe Lynch discuss automating cross-border transportation between the USA and Mexico. [00:50] Introduce yourself and your company. I’m Matt Silver, Founder and CEO of Forager. We’re based in Chicago, and our primary focus is on building technology to automate cross-border transp…
 
[00:37] Please tell us a little about you and your company. I’m Ron Crabtree, CEO and Founder of MetaOps, Inc. We are located in Metro Detroit. We specialize in providing interim and contract to hire talent at the highest level. I grew up near Kalamazoo and ended up going to night school for over seventeen years. Eventually, I emerged with an under…
 
[00:43] Please introduce yourself and your company. I am based in Jacksonville, Florida and the owner of Digital Dispatch. We help companies with their web and marketing problems. About ten years ago, I started working with a 3PL in Jacksonville. When my boss found out I was blogging on the side, he asked me to start doing it for the company too. I…
 
[01:17] What is the number one reason people buy? A study on a huge sample size discovered that 38% of the sale is attributable to the salesperson; their behavior, expertise, and ability to provide a solution. [02:09] Talk a little about buying behavior before going further. The customer controls the sale. They’re going to buy or not buy based on a…
 
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