Hannah Tullous

National Director

Enthusiastic. Motivated. Outgoing.  Those words describe Hannah Tullous perfectly.

Being raised in the training arena, she learned quickly that ‘seeing’ what you want and pursuing it is a worthy endeavor. Being self-motivated at an early age has led her to many accomplishments, including learning a foreign language, finishing the Austin Marathon (26.2 miles!), traveling abroad and being a top scheduler, as well as the youngest trainer in the company.

These skill sets help her to lead and inspire others. Her training is fun, high impact, and transformational. If there is something you want to improve about your business or your life, spend some time with Hannah, and you will likely feel energized into action. Hannah’s intentions for herself are crystal clear:  To live a life of purpose and fulfillment while helping others to enjoy the same benefits.

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“I would highly recommend Direct Development Training to any organization that requires fast, direct and intelligent results. Craig and Hannah deliver specific training techniques created for today’s business environment in an interactive atmosphere that our staff responded to instantly. From my first contact with Amy setting up the program to the very last impression, the Direct Development Training team are leaders in their filed. Our relationship with them will continue as we are committed to up-skilling our staff and preparing them for today’s challenging and ever changing environment. Thank you Direct Development Training for all you have given us.”
Mark Kitchen
“With her very first words, Hannah was able to capture the attention of our Sales Professionals. More importantly, by using the very skills that she is there to promote, she was able to keep their attention. In our competitive field, the lessons taught by Hannah and Direct Development Training, help our sales professionals: grow in their confidence, become better presenters, and spend the ability to spend more time connecting with clients as opposed to trying to figure out what to say or do next. In a few short hours, our professionals unlocked hidden potential that had all of us walking and talking out the door as passionately about DDT as Hannah did walking in. “
Jean Morency
Perry Homes Sales Trainer
“In what I do as a funeral director and dealing with multiple family members throughout the course of their events, it is extremely crucial to remember names. This helps each family member to feel as important as everyone else. The real benefit comes in weeks and months after the funerals when I run into these people at the gas station or grocery store. When I am able to recall their names almost immediately, it truly makes them feel special and shows them that I cared enough to get to know “them” as well as the other members of their family.”
Steve Hundley
Director of Funeral Service Operations, Morris Funeral Home.
Asheville, NC
“The biggest thing for me is having a To Do or Grocery or Errand List and not using any paper! I’m a writer, and so a list-maker by nature and I wasn’t sure if I’d like this. I find that I love not having to write the list, keep the list with me, dig for it in my purse, or simply remember to read it. It’s great, I love the system it sure works!”
Kim Robinson
“We definitely got MORE than I was expecting from a ‘memory class’. The practical success tips and information you wove throughout the course were not only pragmatic and palatable, but of course very MEMORABLE. I left the class feeling energized, equipped and inspired! I would highly recommend your company!!!”
Trina Witte
Co-Owner, Elevated Roofing
“A Quote from “Visionz” –  The Schertz Chamber of Commerce Newsletter: “Yesterday, myself and 13 other chamber members attended a memory workshop seminar for the purpose of learning how to improve our memory. However, the education we received was so much more. For six hours, participating Members, most who only knew each other in passing, began a more knowing relationship, learned a little about each other’s businesses, laughed and were educated together. We also learned how to be better business persons, how to be more relational and found out that one of the most important things you can do to create a more successful business is to continue your training as a business person. Whether that is reading the latest leadership books, attending seminars or going to events – you can never stop learning or be at a point in business where you have learned enough. At the beginning of this class, 20 items were recited for us to memorize, in order. At best, most of us could probably remember 5 or 6. In the next 10 minutes that followed, we knew them backwards and forward. By the end of the day, we knew over 60. The point of this class was not just to show the importance of recall ,but that if our memory is perfect, it’s the attention we put into the moment of meeting and starting a new business relationship. It is not only important in business to be a good communicator but equally, if not more important, to be a good listener. Listening requires attention, putting distractions to the side and focusing on the moment itself. Do YOU as a business owner, leader, or employee invest the minimal time it takes to really focus on an introduction, meeting or moment – that period of time that could be the beginning of a long term client, relation-ship or other? In today’s competitive climate, each business needs to be able to stand apart from it’s rival – to either provide above and beyond the normal service or provide an aspect of that service that others may not. Remembering your client’s name, a little of their life detail or even something about the job THEY do, requires a very small investment of time, but that investment will create a relationship that breeds loyalty. Loyalty produces continued service, and continued service, continued income. Can you afford to spend the time?””
Maggie Titterington, IOM