EPISODE 003 : The Power Behind Public Accountability

EPISODE 003 : The Power Behind Public Accountability

In this episode, Jessica discusses public accountability and all of it’s benefits. She starts off by giving examples of successful accountability models, and explains why they work. She also breaks down the logic behind why people tend to get more out of something if they are paying for it.

She shares her experiences within FB communities, and the various accountability posts she’s seen. She talks about what works, and what doesn’t as well as what’s expected of a good leader.

Jessica invites us to create an environment within our businesses and lives that includes accountability. She discusses the difference that occurs in the attitudes of people who make public claims, versus those who stay quiet.

She leaves us off with thoughts surrounding consequences, and how they can positively impact a persons results.


“When you pay to play, you publicly commit to more.”

“When people are paying, the have this commitment to ongoing momentum”

“Stopping ultimately leads to inaction which leads to zero momentum which leads to zero sales.”

“People are not paying for information, they are paying for implementation.



EPISODE 000: Smart Leaders Sell with Jessica Lorimer

EPISODE 000: Smart Leaders Sell with Jessica Lorimer

Welcome to the first episode of the Smart Leaders Sell Podcast! Jessica Lorimer is a sales coach and leadership expert who id dedicated to helping entrepreneurs sky rocket their sales, without the sleaze. The Smart Leaders Sell podcast is a twice weekly show that focuses on the tips, tricks techniques and trainings surrounding sales. Jessica approaches sales from 10 years of corporate experience, and 3 years of running her own sales coaching practice. She sees the value in mastering the art of selling, and doing so from a place of fun and integrity.

Quotes “To become a leader in your industry you really need to nail the art of sales” “Nobody created a business so that they could work Saturdays” “Sales can be fun”