Keenan is A Sales Guy Inc’s CEO/President and Chief Antagonizer. He’s been selling something to someone for his entire life. He’s been teaching and coaching almost as long. With over 20 years of sales experience, which he’ll tell you he doesn’t give a shit about, Keenan has been influencing, learning from and shaping the world of sales for a long time. Finder of the elephant in the room, Keenan calls it as he sees it and let’s nothing or no one go unnoticed.

Father of 3 crazy girls, PSIA Certified Level 2 ski instructor (see, more coaching) and avid Boston Sports fan, Keenan keeps crazy busy when he’s not focus on A Sales Guy.

Awards and accolades, if you’re into that kinda thing; Keenan has been named one the Top 30 Social Sellers in the World. He’ was named one of the Top 50 Most Influential Sales and Marketing People by Top Sales World Magazine in 2012, and 2013. He has been cited in the Harvard Business Journal and was recently cited in the Huffington Post for his social selling expertise. You can say Keenan gets around.


1) Skied over 1 million vertical feet in the 2013/14 ski season at Vail.

2) Circumnavigated the world via boat in 1993. Saw 120 countries in 100 days.

3) Had braces 3 times because he was too stupid to wear his retainer the first two times

Can I retire yet . . . ?

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  • Brooksy6025

    Nice turns…especially for a guy from Ohio

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  • Kinnon

    As a regular reader now of your blog,  I have one request:  please proof read or have someone else proof read your writings prior to posting so mistakes like this in today’s blog will not occur:

    Questioning our prospects decisions when they don’t buy form us is our way of not talking ownership. 

  • Keenan

    Thanks Kinnon,

    Change made.

    Thanks for being a member of this community as well.

  • Peter

    Hi Kinnon,

    I read your criticism of Keenan’s typing with mild amusment.  Have you considered proofreading your own comments?  You might want to consider it becuase ‘Proofreading’ is a one-word verb.

    Inaddition, your introductory phrase is grammatically incorrect due to the positioning of the word ‘now”.  It would be grammatically correct and far more readable if composed thus: “As I’m now a regular reader of your blog…”

    Apart from putting two spaces after a comma instead of the required one space AND failing to use quotation marks when quoting Keenon, you did OK.  Perhaps not quite as well as he regularly does though.

    As for me, I’m perfectly content to forgive a slight typo and read Keenan’s excellent (and very real) words. 


  • Pete

    Did you spot the typo Kinnon?  Check the 2nd line ;)

  • Pedro_H

    Don’t worry, there’s more for you to find Kinnon.  Chuckle.

  • Todd

    Hey Kinnon get a life you dbag! Why dont spent less time preaching and more time practing…BTW after reading your dumb ass comment its not “buy form us: you dipshit! Iys “Buy from us”!

  • Todd

    Notice the grammtical errors? I was hoping someone like Kinnon would point them out to me…. Keenan keep up the great work and dont worry about the losers that have nothing better to do than proof read your posts….Todd

  • Todd

    Hey Peter, you and Kinnon should get together. You are are both tools.why bother reading blogs? , Why dont you take you alleged talents to the less fortunate.. Neither of you have anything to contribute to the “sales profession”… Todd

  • Jody

    Keenan – Keep up the good work! Excellent posts.

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