Episode 132: Robert Hartline – Courage to Manage the Energy of Your Sales Team

Robert Hartline went from selling cell phones from the trunk of his car in college in 1994 in Murfreesboro, TN to building a chain of 68 wireless stores called Absolute Wireless in 1998.  At its peak, Absolute Wireless had 400 employees across 5 states, and for two years in a row, Absolute Wireless was recognized as the fastest growing business in Middle Tennessee with revenue of nearly $100 million a year.   

In December 2020 Robert sold his Wireless stores now is focused on leading CallProof an app and coaching organization that helps field sales teams build a structure and capture more business through technology which he used for his own organization and hundreds of field salespeople thought the United States.

Robert Hartline enjoys teaching other entrepreneurs how to manage the energy of sales staff and sales leadership.  Customers who use the CallProof app are able to easily manage the daily sales activities for field salespeople.  Along with his group of outsourced sales managers, they help owners get sales on the right track and follow best practices for outside sales organizations. When Robert isn’t working he is spending time with his wife and two young boys in Nashville or traveling to his home in Costa Rica.

To learn more about Robert and his CallProof app, check out their website: https://callproof.com/. You can also connect with Robert on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobbyhartline/ or email him at robert@callproof.com.


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