It’s No Museum Piece

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Well Used
The first time I saw one of my books in this condition I was horrified and gave her a new dust jacket for it. Over the years, my attitude has changed and there’s nothing I like more than seeing a well used book with lots of page markers and highlighted text inside. This book contains a selling SYSTEM, and systems take time and repeated review to become habitual.

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Selling Success Traits
For example, these are the top 10 traits that I have observed successful salespeople to possess. There is a paragraph on each trait telling why it is important and how to work on developing it. I then ask people to score themselves on a 1-10 scale for each trait. For ENTHUSIASTIC, rate 10 if you are bouncing off of the ceiling, and 1 if you are as dull as a rock. At the end total your score. If you get 100, you can probably use another opinion.
There are several other “Success Tools” in the book and to get them all down takes more than just a “read” through. It’s not a novel. There are 17 chapters in the book and I suggest reading a chapter a day, which is about a two or three minute-a-day commitment. If you do that long enough, like the person who owns the book above, it will show some wear and tear.
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2 Responses to “It’s No Museum Piece”

  1. Sales Super Woman Says:

    I just ordered five more copies of this great book for Christmas gifts. The only people I wouldn’t buy it for are my competitors. My copy is 10 years old and it looks almost as used as the one you pictured. It has been my “Secret Weapon” all these years. Thanks for writing it.

  2. Freddie Jacob Says:

    I’m no “Super Woman” or Super Man” but I do enjoy super sales and attribute my success to the super selling system revealed in this book. I also own Success Made Easy which saved my marriage 2 years ago.

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