Austin, Texas-based U.S. Money Reserve has sold government-issued gold, silver, and platinum coins to hundreds of thousands of people for over 15 years. Philip N. Diehl is the founder and President of U.S. Money Reserve.
Before founding the company, he served as the 35th Director of the U.S. Mint and was the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Treasury Department. He has a unique understanding of the vital role precious metals have in the U.S. economy and how precious metals have helped to secure the financial future for millions of people.
Angela Koch is the CEO of U.S. Money Reserve and oversees the day-to-day operations of the company. She was recently featured in an article in Forbes magazine where she discussed establishing a sales culture throughout the organization.
Angela Koch recognizes that selling is an important aspect of the job, but there is more to the job than being good on the phone. She says it’s important for individuals on the sales team to have character, learn the material, learn how to run a system, and learn how to take care of the needs of the customers. Read more: US Money Reserve | BBB and US Money Reserve | Glassdoor
Angela Koch is more focused on the personal and professional development of the individuals on the sales team than she is about the sales numbers. This kind of development can help individuals on the sales team make better decisions that will grow the business. She feels that when everybody is moving in the right direction, then the money will follow, and the entire organization will benefit.
Angela Koch’s drive to create a culture of personal and professional development comes from her personal life experiences. While working in various jobs, she would try to learn every aspect of the job. She developed her skills at analyzing data and was involved in strategic business planning and mergers and acquisitions.
This led her to U.S. Money Reserve where she used her work experience in business development and customer service to eventually become CEO of the company.
Her role as the CEO is to grow the company and to focus on success without excuses. She says it’s important to never look back when making decisions, stay balanced, and know your strengths.
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