It explains, in detail, why we only have one political party disguised as two in this country.
There is No Difference.
This is a great listen for anyone who still believes that there is still a fundamental difference between Democrats and Republicans. Both parties are betrothed to big corporate interests and their lobbyists (not to mention the world banking oligarchs who control the Federal Reserve), both favor big government in one form or another, and both have sold out to the American people. Politics in America has become a big football game, and the fans in the stands are paying the price. Problem is, no matter who has the ball, we all lose. It's far past time for a third party.
Gary Coxe puts the sales process in a positive and practical light. This is not a book of "rah rah feel good" cliches, but a step-by-step guide for dealing with the ups and downs experienced by anyone who has ever worked in a commission-based field. Gary discusses how to effectively navigate the emotional rollercoaster that is sales, and make it a much smoother ride.
The key point of the book resonated best - we can't let our emotions drive our drive to resolve to succeed in business or life. It's so easy to get excited by a nibble, and just as easy to feel disparaged when the nibble doesn't convert to a catch. Gary cites example after example of why it's important for a sales person to keep their emotions in check, and not write stories in our head when we don't know the facts. I also enjoyed his take on persistence vs passiveness, and why persistence, even with its negative short-term side effects, always wins out long-term.
I have subscribed to Gary Coxe's daily videos for some time, so I knew I would enjoy hearing him read his book. He brings an enthusiasm and sincerity to the audiobook version that I'm not sure I would have enjoyed by just reading the hard copy, although I do recommend having the written version for reference.
Gary's personal story of starting a highly-successful business as a teenager, losing it all and starting over again is a true lesson in the power of persistence. Many people would have given after such a downfall, but this author never gave up on himself and what he could accomplish with the right mindset, which makes the information he offers in the book more than credible.
This is a must-listen if you want to improve your people skills and develop an effective strategy to move ahead in business and in life.
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