What an exhilarating day. From beginning to end the day made perfect sense. I am now clear on what structural changes need to take place in order to grow my business. Importantly, I feel armed with the vocabulary needed to communicate the concepts to my team.
A great workshop that challenges the way we have worked for years. Some very good ideas to seriously consider.
Great consolidation of ideas and concepts presented in the book.
One word. Thought-provoking.
Great day. I learnt a lot.
Justin shows great practical insight. VERY helpful.
A great new approach towards the sales process.
Strong and thought-provoking content.
Met every expectation. Time well worth spending. An overall good investment.
This workshop came at a good time in the lifecyle of our organization. It gave us some great new ideas and considerations.
The workshop was extremely informative and interactive. Justin is very engaging as well as entertaining when presenting.
One of the BEST workshops I've ever attended, primarily because it was based on application experience, not theory.
Excellent overview of the system. Lots of practical examples.
Great workshop. A LOT of info to take in on one day. Now applying it to our small, family-owned company.
A thought-provoking day that made me think about we can maximize The Machine theory and practices into our business. Justin showed us we still have a lot of work to do!
Excellent command of the subject matter. Good interaction with workshop attendees. Keep me updated on upcoming PFG workshops.
Interesting. Thought-provoking. Great workshop!
Very interesting workshop. My attention was held all day!
Excellent session Justin! Well done on an outstanding presentation.
Great system and a very concise explanation of the process. Most of the ideas presented are very relatable to ACL (as risky as it seems!).
Great to hear a different way each individual present approaches their sales and to discuss new ways.
Thought provoking. Compelling in terms of providing credible content.
Thanks Justin. I would gladly recommend this workshop to friends and colleagues
Very helpful. Very practical.
Incredibly informative and valuable day. I have in the past, and will continue to, recommend Ballistix and the workshop to companies I believe would benefit from it.
The content is interesting and challenged my previous beliefs. I am keen to move forward with the principles presented.
Out-of-the-box thinking that showed mistakes I have made and why change is needed.
Justin covered a great deal of content. His solutions are simple and to the point. This is our second session and have come away with more ideas to put into our business.
After struggling with growing our B2B sales for years, Justin Roff-Marsh has helped us create a predictable engine of prospect engagement. In less than 90 days, we have 14 requests for meetings from prospects.
Justin is obviously knowledgeable in the topic and seamlessly conveys this. He answered all questions asked and provided good, real-world, specific examples.
Great meeting! I learnt a ton. Thanks for the invitation.
Great workshop. Lots of great information. Thank you.
Justin did a great job explaining the benefits of inside sales teams and it’s function in the sales process. Great “real world” examples!
Justin demonstrates that there is a substantially better way to sell.
Justin's approach to addressing the tired structure of sales environments is nothing short of revolutionary
The Machine will challenge everything you know about the sales process! I can attest that the ideas are valid and the payoffs real
Some will be angry, some dismissive, and a select few will be enlightened by this alternative approach
The Machine offers a proven system for growing sales in an organized, consistent way
The pioneering work of Justin Roff-Marsh in the design of effective sales 'machines' is, in my view, world leading
We doubled our top-line revenue in the year following our implementation of The Machine
I found the workshop absolutely relevant. I have been inspired to change everything from sales to operations because frankly it makes sense that everyone in my organisation is "customer service"