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Brian Kludas, VP of Client Success

Brian Kludas, VP of Client Success
For the past 15 years, Brian Kludas has been directly involved in developing, executing, and managing sales excellence initiatives in a variety of industries. Brian's success has come through dedicated service to clients and a focus on improving seller and leader effectiveness through coaching and development. Having served in sales, sales leadership, operations, coaching, and training, Brian brings a unique blend of technical knowledge, program design, project management, and operational efficiency to the Axiom team. Brian is currently the Senior Director of Client Success. Brian is proud of the impact he makes on his clients' success. He's also proud of his accomplishments as a dedicated father, husband, and friend. Whether coaching youth sports, mountain biking, camping in the Arizona desert, being MC at community events, or even doing occasional stand up comedy routines, Brian loves a challenge.
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A colleague and I have a standing conference call every week. The days and times may change depending on our schedules, but we’re usually pretty efficient about getting it on the calendar. This past week, however, we had a day picked out but found ourselves having to work around his dentist appointment. It went something like this:

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I feel like now is as good a time as any to make the jaw-dropping confession that I am addicted to soccer. I play it, coach it, and even enjoy watching my kids play it. I love soccer so much that I bought a stand for my IPad a while back that sits above my laptop so I can do video conferences for Axiom and occasionally watch World Cup games at the same time.

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I was visiting with a sales leader in California not too long ago when he said, “Brian, coaching should be easy, but I feel like I’m constantly tripping over all these processes and structures around it just to get to the results I want. I feel too restricted in doing what I really need to do.”

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In last week’s blog post, I wrote about a friend of mine who is the perfect accountability partner when it comes to helping me achieve some of the personal fitness goals I’ve set over the years. In fact, if you were to look up accountability partner in the dictionary, it would have his face (with a blow horn in one hand) next to the definition.

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While sitting down to write this blog post, I was reminded of one of the best accountability partners I’ve had in quite a while – maybe ever. And for the record, I promise I’m not talking about myself since his name is also Brian.

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