How Dylan Blyuss is filling a gap in the market with world class sales agency
“Mindset is everything,” Dylan Blyuss says of his foray into the sales industry. “Most people think starting a business is about attaining and mastering skills, however, if the mindset is not mastered, you will never have the persistence and courage to even get a chance to implement skill sets to start a business.”
As an educator and industry leader in his field, Dylan is passionate about passing down the lessons he has learned thus far in his career journey in hopes of helping other entrepreneurs achieve success. After all, it was only four short years ago that he found himself in their same shoes. “I started as a solo ‘salespreneur’ doing door-to-door sales,” Dylan explains. “I was making about $10,000 a month and quickly realized at a young age that in order to double or triple my monthly income, I would need to start a sales team.”
By hiring sales reps who were able to duplicate his sales efforts, Dylan was able to focus on leading and managing the company, ultimately helping him to scale the business to just shy of seven figures in under two years. Now, another two years later, he has partnered with another sales trainer and agency owner, onboarding over 100 full-time sales executives responsible for over $30 million in sales. However, it was during this time of growth that Dylan found his true passion.
After scaling his business in such a short period of time, Dylan realized that he had a passion for building strong sales teams. He also realized that there was a gap in the market that no one else seemed to be filling. “That’s where I stepped in,” he exclaims. “I offered to build remote sales teams for online coaches, consultants, and entrepreneurs and built what is now one of the fastest growing sales agencies in the world.”
When asked for advice for the younger generation of sales entrepreneurs, Dylan highlights the importance of discipline.
He notes, “entrepreneurship and business is about discipline. It’s about becoming disciplined with yourself, with your wins, and with your disappointments. Nobody is going to tell you when and how to work, that comes with self-discipline. The ability to celebrate yourself, but not over celebrate too early on, comes from learning how to be disciplined with your wins. Learning how to anticipate, rather than reacting to, challenges come from being disciplined with your disappointments.”
Looking to the future, Dylan plans to scale the sales agency to $100 million in sales. He also hopes to build over 100 remote sales teams across the world for businesses, coaches, entrepreneurs, and consultants. Most importantly, though, Dylan hopes to continue to lead other business owners and salespeople to success in their respective industries. He says, “There’s a certain level of happiness when you do it yourself, but there’s a whole other level of happiness when you help others make it happen as well.”
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