About Koka Sexton

Koka Sexton, Director of Social Strategy at InsideView, is one of the most recognized social experts in the technology industry. With ten+ years of sales experience and a passion for social media, Koka is the perfect evangelist for social selling, a topic that he promotes through national speaking engagements and InsideView's newest social media endeavor: Social Selling University. Koka's expertise extends beyond his endless knowledge of social networks into his skill at employing them to drive lead generation, create new opportunities, and engage customers.

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  • Koka shared from McKinsey Mind (DIGITAL AUDIO) by Ethan M. Rasiel, Paul N. Friga
    "I’ve put half-baked ideas into great presentations and seen them soar, and I’ve put great ideas into bad presentations and watched them die."
    Note: Presentation skills the McKinsey way:
  • Koka shared from McKinsey Mind (DIGITAL AUDIO) by Ethan M. Rasiel, Paul N. Friga
    When you’ve spent a lot of time and effort coming up with what you consider a brilliant hypothesis, it’s easy to become wedded to it, refusing to believe that you just might be wrong.
    Note: Just because you thought of it doesn't make it gospel.
  • Koka shared from SMART Goals - The Secret of Achieving Anything You Want in Life by John Wade
    Most People Aim for Nothing in Life… And Hit It With Amazing Accuracy.
    Note: Great quote.
  • Koka shared from McKinsey Mind (DIGITAL AUDIO) by Ethan M. Rasiel, Paul N. Friga
    We don’t need to have the perfect model. We just need to have something that’s better than what we have today.
    Note: We don't need a perfect model. We just need something better than we have today.
  • Koka shared from McKinsey Mind (DIGITAL AUDIO) by Ethan M. Rasiel, Paul N. Friga
    it is much more efficient to analyze the facts of a problem with the intent of proving or disproving a hypothesis than to analyze those facts one by one to determine which answer they will eventually provide.
    Note: The importance of hypothesis.