Jeffrey Gitomer's 21.5 Unbreakable Laws of Selling: Proven Actions You Must Take to Make Easier, Faster, Bigger Sales....Now and Forever

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Bard Press, Sep 3, 2013 - Business & Economics - 220 pages

There are universal laws of selling that determine whether you succeed, or don’t succeed — whether you earn enough to enjoy the lifestyle you want or struggle to make ends meet. When you align the wind with your sails, you move effortlessly across the water. When your sails are out of alignment, you flounder and go nowhere. If you align your thinking and actions with these powerful laws of selling, you will be more effective and efficient. You will encounter less friction, require less energy, and get bigger results faster.

Here's a sampling of Jeffrey’s 21.5 Laws of Selling:
• Deliver Value First
• Ask Before Telling
• Communicate in Terms of Them
• Become Your Own Brand
• Earn Referrals and Testimonials without Asking
• Create Loyal Customers

These 21.5 Laws are the rock foundation of selling. They may be invisible but they are undeniable — and unbreakable.

If you're just getting started in selling, you will find the Laws invaluable. Whether or not you learn them and follow them will make or break your career. If you’ve been in sales for a while, you will find yourself saying, "I haven’t been doing that." "I knew that! How did forget?"

When we break the Laws we pay the price. Our sales suffer. Our bank account takes a hit. It’s an effort to get out of bed and make a sales call, to do our best work — work that is aligned with the Laws. Use Jeffrey’s Laws of Selling to recharge your enthusiasm and redirect your actions back to what really works.

 

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My boss got me this book for Christmas and asked me to read it. I'm not a salesman, my job is not necessarily sales, but it was a motivational read - there were some tidbits, some rules, that I have taken away from this book and am going to use in my job. Read full review

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My boss got me this book for Christmas and asked me to read it. I'm not a salesman, my job is not necessarily sales, but it was a motivational read - there were some tidbits, some rules, that I have taken away from this book and am going to use in my job.

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About the author (2013)

Jeffrey Gitomer is the world’s top sales trainer and a bestselling author. His books, which include the classics The Little Red Book of Selling and The Sales Bible, have sold more than 4 million copies. He conducts public and corporate seminars, publishes a weekly e-zine with a subscription base of more than 300,000, and writes a regular column for business journals around the county. Jeffrey lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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