Welcome to OKPSA

What is OKPSA?

The mission of the Oklahoma Professional Sales Association (OKPSA) is to provide an opportunity for successful salespeople and business owners to interact on an informal but upscale basis.

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Mike Crandall

Business is as much about meeting the right people as it is about selling a quality product / service.

We all need to meet the right people to get introductions, form relationships, make deals, and grow our business. We need to meet people we can learn from. And we need to spend time around others who have developed successful careers.

I formed The Oklahoma Professional Sales Association (OKPSA) to provide…

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Upcoming Events

Oct 19

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Dave Evans and Doug Eaton, Creative Oklahoma

Dave Evans and Doug Eaton, Executive Director and Chairman of Creative Oklahoma, will be our speakers for October. Their talk is titled “The Creative Pivot: Selling as a Non-Profit Leader.” About Creative Oklahoma Creative Oklahoma is a training and support center for ideation-an incubator for Oklahoma’s visionaries who drive economic growth, enrich our culture, and…

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Event Schedule

OKPSA meets every month on the third Wednesday of the month.

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Recent Blogs

September 20, 2016 Written by Athena Captain, Turner and Son Homes

You need other people to be successful


It can be really difficult to set aside the expectation of being completely self-sufficient as a professional. But I have to tell you, that’s just not how things work!
There are two main types of people you need in your life if you want to be successful, outside of the support you get from family and friends: mentors and strategic partners.

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September 6, 2016 Written by Athena Captain, Turner and Son Homes

Becoming a rainmaker


Before working at Turner and Son, I was a sales manager at a Fortune 500 company. And honestly, it was a position that really stroked my ego. But I wasn’t really in control of my destiny, and I didn’t (yet) know how to create the strategy to do that.

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