Dale Carnegie Training’s legendary approach to sales and selling is now a full-length Nightingale-Conant original audio from Simon & Schuster Audio!
Dale Carnegie, legendary author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, is perhaps the most well-known personal development author of all time, and he continues to influence generations of people through his organization, Dale Carnegie Training. Among Carnegie Training’s most popular and enduring courses are its seminars on sales and selling. Now Carnegie’s classic sales training course - normally costing thousands of dollars and delivered over several days or weeks - is available in this new audio program for a fraction of the price!
Sell Like a Pro will introduce listeners to a sales process that is second to none. But if that’s all it did, like most sales training programs, it would only take listeners halfway to the sale - because how listeners talk to their prospects, how they present themselves, and how they relate to their customers are as important as the facts about their products or services. Sell Like a Pro is the only sales program that gives listeners these critical ingredients for making the sale, because it is the only one that interweaves Dale Carnegie Training’s proven principles of success into every session.
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yes, this is a good read over time and again as a refresher
great principals to consultative selling
I would recomend this book to a friend, if that friend was new to the world of sales.
Yes. I love books that are based on the ideas and training of Dale Carnegie. He is still, after all these years, the go to guy for winning friends and influencing people.
I like to listen to sales training, motivaional, and personal development books while I drive between accounts and on my way home, and I do a lot of driving. I really liked this book. It gave me some great insights into the world of selling. I am new to selling. It is a part of my job, but not really the main goal. I really enjoy the interaction involved in sales. This book did give me some good ideas, the only fault I find with the book is, I wish it were longer and went a little more indepth.
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