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The Salesman S Little Blue Book Of Daily Inspiration

Author : Christopher A. Cunningham
ISBN : 9781418561154
Genre : Reference
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Spiritual nourishment for the salesman's heart. Where do you turn for encouragement when the sales order doesn't come through? When the sales pitch doesn't go as planned? When the forecast is too high? When the customer says "no" even after a great presentation? In a competitive and stress-filled work environment, where do you go to find spiritual nourishment for your heart? Christopher Cunningham, a sales and marketing veteran, invites you on a 21 day journey to discover a better way to sell, and indeed, a better way to live. The process will both challenge and inspire you, but ultimately help you find balance in a job that can create emotional and spiritual turbulence. Discover an inner peace and receive all the blessings God has planned for you! It addition to the daily devotions, it also includes scriptural insights and promises on 21 challenges you face?from tough competitors, to difficult customers, to temptations, and more.

Jungle Warfare

Author : Christopher A. Cunningham
ISBN : 9781401604486
Genre : Business & Economics
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“Paul admonished all of us to ‘fight the good fight.’ In Jungle Warfare, Christopher Cunningham tells us how to not only fight but how to actually win. This book is recommended reading for Christians in the arena of sales.” —Tim Lee, Evangelist, Marine Sergeant from the jungles of Vietnam, www.timlee.org “Athletes, salespeople, and Christians, we are called to persevere regardless of what is thrown our way. As a Dallas Cowboy, I learned to tackle that lesson first hand. Chris’s book reminds us there’s no quit in a winner. Read this and you’ll remember you really can ‘do all things through Christ who gives you strength.’” —Bill Bates, NFL All-Pro and Pro-Bowl Player, Safety, Dallas Cowboys NFL Champions (Superbowls XXVII, XXVIII, XXX) ARE YOU READY TO FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT? Every other sales book promises you great riches, cute techniques, and “amazing” questions to get your customer to buy from you. This is not every other sales book. Commerce and combat join forces in Jungle Warfare. Your enlistment asks for a 22-day tour of duty to explore battle-tested principles that Christopher Cunningham mined from his grandfather’s World War II field manual (stay fit . . . keep your wits . . . know your enemy . . . trust your commander) and culminates with a field-support Q&A addressing thorny questions that all professionals face. Every day, you walk through a jungle. Pick up this book and you’ll never walk through it alone, again.

Birth Of A Salesman

Author : Walter A. FRIEDMAN
ISBN : 9780674037342
Genre : History
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In this entertaining and informative book, Walter Friedman chronicles the remarkable metamorphosis of the American salesman from itinerant amateur to trained expert. From the mid-nineteenth century to the eve of World War II, the development of sales management transformed an economy populated by peddlers and canvassers to one driven by professional salesmen and executives. From book agents flogging Ulysses S. Grant's memoirs to John H. Patterson's famous pyramid strategy at National Cash Register to the determined efforts by Ford and Chevrolet to craft surefire sales pitches for their dealers, selling evolved from an art to a science. "Salesmanship" as a term and a concept arose around the turn of the century, paralleling the new science of mass production. Managers assembled professional forces of neat responsible salesmen who were presented as hardworking pillars of society, no longer the butt of endless "traveling salesmen" jokes. People became prospects; their homes became territories. As an NCR representative said, the modern salesman "let the light of reason into dark places." The study of selling itself became an industry, producing academic disciplines devoted to marketing, consumer behavior, and industrial psychology. At Carnegie Mellon's Bureau of Salesmanship Research, Walter Dill Scott studied the characteristics of successful salesmen and ways to motivate consumers to buy. Full of engaging portraits and illuminating insights, Birth of a Salesman is a singular contribution that offers a clear understanding of the transformation of salesmanship in modern America. Reviews of this book: The history Friedman weaves is engrossing and the book hits stride with entertaining chapters on Mark Twain's marketing of the memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant (apparently Twain was as talented a businessman as a writer) and on the shift from the drummer--the middleman between wholesalers and regional shopkeepers--to the department store...In Birth of a Salesman, Friedman has crafted a history of an 'inherently unlikable process' with depth, affection and intelligent analysis. --Carlo Wolff, Boston Globe I very much enjoyed reading this book. It is well written, well argued, and thoroughly researched. Salesmen, Friedman argues, helped distribute the products of America's increasingly bountiful manufacturing industries, invented new forms of managerial hierarchies, investigated the psychology of desire, and were in the vanguard of America's transformation from a producer to a consumer society. He powerfully shows that the rise of modern business practices and the emergence of a particularly American culture of consumption can only be fully understood if we examine the history of selling. --Sven Beckert, author of The Monied Metropolis Walter Friedman's Birth of a Salesman: The Transformation of Selling in America is an important book. The modern industrial economy, created in the United States and Europe between the 1880s and the 1930s, required the integration of large-scale production and marketing. The evolution of mass production is a well-known story, but Friedman is the first to fill in the crucial marketing side of that industrial revolution. --Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., author of The Visible Hand and Scale and Scope With wit and verve, Walter Friedman gives us a cast of memorable characters who turned salesmanship from ballyhoo to behaviorism, from silliness to science. Informed by prodigious research, Birth of a Salesman also clarifies the birth of modern marketing--from an angle that humanizes its subject through wry, ironic, but serious analysis. This is a pioneering work on a subject crucial to American social, cultural, and business history. --Thomas K. McCraw, author of Creating Modern Capitalism

Walk Like A Giant Sell Like A Madman

Author : Ralph R. Roberts
ISBN : 9780887309304
Genre : Business & Economics
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The average real estate sells ten to twelve homes per year. A superstar salesperson sells fifty. Last year alone, Ralph Roberts sold more than six hundred residential properties -- fifty time more than the average competitor! What the secret behind the nation's bestselling real estate agent? How can you achieve similar phenomenal success in your field? More important, can you reach the megalevels Ralph Roberts attains year after year? Yes!

The Extremely Successful Salesman S Club Uk Edition

Author : Chris Murray
ISBN : 1849144427
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 49. 81 MB
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Unlock the 7 rules of success passed down through generations, originating from a secret and ancient organisation, The Extremely Successful Salesman's Club. Often described as the most elite and important in all of Victorian London, The Extremely Successful Salesman's Club was a place where the like-minded shared their wisdom, secrets and methods. Follow Barnabas Kreuz and his nephew Simeon, a young man who quickly discovers how 7 secret rules can become the foundation to unlimited success and a considerable fortune. This book will change your life. Read it, recommend it to friends - just make sure you keep it hidden from your competition.

Jeffrey Gitomer S Little Red Book Of Sales Answers

Author : Jeffrey H. Gitomer
ISBN : 0131735365
Genre : Business & Economics
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Provides answers to a variety of sales-related questions, offering information on topics including personal improvement, competition, skill building, customer relations, ethics, networking, and problem solving.

Books In Print 2009 2010

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ISBN : 0835250199
Genre : Publishers' catalogs
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The Best Damn Sales Book Ever

Author : Warren Greshes
ISBN : 9781118046357
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Over the years, I have seen them all, and Warren Greshes is one of the very best. In his wonderful new book, Warren distills a lifetime of sales training into sixteen actionable tools, which, if you use them, will guarantee that you too reach your goals." -Mark Terry, President, Harman Pro Group "A great read! Warren says it all in a way that's not only easy to understand, but even easier to implement. No need to ever read another book on this subject." -John Gamauf, President Consumer Replacement Tire Sales Bridgestone Firestone North American Tire, LLC "Put this book on your must-read list if you want to learn successful strategies for taking your distribution team to the next level. Through motivation and education, Warren Greshes has captivated our very best top managers and producers. He pushes them to succeed and to keep their goals out in front of them, all the while maintaining a clear message, infused with his sense of humor. Warren has helped pave our way to success." -Bernadette Mitchell, Vice President Retirement Benefits Group, AXA Equitable "Warren is truly an expert in the field of sales! His grassroots ideas are practical, designed for immediate implementation, and are sure to lead to top-notch results. This book is a must-read for those new to sales and those veteran salespeople who want to take their skills to the next level." -Raj Madan, corporate marketing executive, financial services industry

The Greatest Sales Book Ever Written

Author : Dean Gould
ISBN : 1540749436
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The first edition of The Greatest Sales Book Ever Written has been used to achieve success in a variety of industries, including medical, pharmaceutical, banking, and real estate! This new edition not only shows you the secrets to success but your purchase will help in the fight against cancer by supporting research to find cures. 100% of the profit earned from the sale of the e-book will go to cancer research and 30% of the hard copy. Unfortunately 41% of American's will get cancer in their lifetime and by 2030 that number will rise to 50% so you can join the fight to help discover more effective, less toxic treatments. No matter what you do in life, you must sell something whether it be yourself, an idea, a product, or a concept. This book is for everyone, not just sales people. The book will help you personally to achieve higher levels of success, promotions, income, commission, and wealth. Dean Gould's guide focuses on the many different ways to sell something, whether it is a physical product, your expertise in a specific field, or an idea. This manual will help you boost your charisma and confidence and make that life-changing sale. The first edition was a best seller and the success of the second edition will be an investment in all our futures. Chapter 26 is a must read for every person in this country; a special formula that almost guarantees financial wealth and it can transform your life and lift this great country of ours. Gould includes this equation to show you how to visualize your financial future. It will inspire you to continue to work hard for the amazing rewards that await you!

Perfect Selling

Author : Linda Richardson
ISBN : 0071641696
Genre : Business & Economics
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The USA Today and New York Times Bestseller! Meet your sales objective and close more business in 20 minutes a day CONNECT with your customer immediately EXPLORE customer needs thoroughly and quickly LEVERAGE your solutions persuasively RESOLVE your customer’s questions and objections confidently ACT when the time is right "Your thinking 'What? Another book about selling?' Wrong! This book is about winning! These days, when those of us who sell need every molecule of competitive edge we can muster, Linda cleverly pulls it together for us. And she does it with a voice radiating experience, knowledge, and sincere empathy for the challenging job we all have." --Dave Stein, CEO & Founder, ES Research Group, Inc., and author of How Winners Sell "In five steps, Linda helps you master the process of the sales call to a tee, freeing your creativity to focus on your customer and deal with the unexpected that will always occur." --Larry Wilson, sales leadership guru and bestselling author "For years, Linda Richardson has been one of the top two or three sales training consultants in the world. This is invaluable material and a must-read for anybody who cares about success in selling." --Geoffrey James, journalist and author of the popular blog, "Sales Machine"

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