There are an endless number of sales books that purport to let the reader in on the secrets of great selling. And many of them even have useful ideas and tips. But it doesn't matter how many tricks a salesperson has at hand if he or she doesn't have the one most important weapon in any salesperson's arsenal: the motivation to get out there and sell!Rhetorical tricks and clever devices, even if they're occasionally effective, don't make great salespeople; hard-working, self-motivated, optimistic people do. The cold, hard truth is that there really isn't any great big secret to sales success. There's only the simple truth: motivated, positive, goal-oriented people are usually the ones who sell the most.
Fortunately, even if you don't think you have these vital qualities, you can develop them in yourself - with the right help. You can learn to motivate yourself to action. You can learn to project a friendly, positive attitude. The Best Damn Sales Book Ever will show you how. Plus, it shows you how to design a set of goals and an action plan that help you focus your efforts and stay on a successful track.You'll find wise and practical advice on:
This audiobook doesn't cover the art of prospecting, closing, gathering referrals, or presentation. There are a thousand books that rehash those basics. While those skills are important, they're practically useless without the right attitude and motivation. The Best Damn Sales Book Ever is a one-of-a-kind guide to what it truly takes to achieve and maintain real sales success.
©2006 Warren Greshes (P)2012 Gildan Media, 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)
End of the world and Sci Fi are my favorites with a lot of historical fiction added in
All top of the head stories that provide no methodology or formulation for success.
The information and content was so bad I never noticed any defects in narration.
All the one off stories of how some one was successful and instead focus on the techniques that can lead to success.
Awesome Narration. Awesome energy. Awesome logic. Awesome words of wisdom. Awesome book.
You really have to be in sales to appreciate this book. The rules that Warren Greshes state are unwavering principles that you can apply into all areas of life.
This audiobook is very motivational, I highly recommend listening to it on a nice long drive.
Owner/Chief Strategist of Byzantium Wealth Management Strategies. Husband, Father, Speaker, Orthodox Christian.
Yes, it was free. If I had purchased it, I would have been okay, but not overwhelmed with my purchase. Warren is a likeable guy, and made some good points, but I have heard better.
Warren is a speaker by trade. I think if I saw him in person, I would probably enjoy hearing him speak, but this was an average book on sales.
It brought to my attention some things that I could refine, but it wasn't overwhelmingly "life changing".
I not only recieved great advice which will help propel my career, but I was in stitches lauging. The only thing wrong with this book is the title. I would call it The Best Damn Life coach book ever.
There wasn't any fictional characters. My favourite story was the Ninja Turtles. I won't spoil it for anybody else. I just had a pain from laughing so much.
This is the first but not the last book
I did listen in one sitting.
I have listened and re listered to this performance several times already. It is not your usual self help book which is why I bought it after hearing the sample.
I would never recommend the print versio because the author's voice and spirit is so empowering and energizing to me that the words alone would not be more than half the value.
Warren tells many anecdotes and stories, both from his own life and others', and one story about a desperate man worked his way up from having nothing at all, to being financially successful, was particularly inspiring.
I won't give away anything because I want you to experience it yourself, but the story illustrates, PROVES, that what looks like crushing defeat, IS really an opportunity in disguise. I never understood this until now.
I read/listen to a lot of sales books and this and Zig Ziglar's material have what salespeople need: an incessant, joyful, energizing, and empowering picker upper in your ear. We need this to deal with the profession we have chosen.
You cannot get this from print, well you can, but nothing beats Warren's and Zig's voices!
It has made me laugh out loud several times, and I am not finished yet!
Just get it and buy it for everyone you know. It is amazing!
The author describes the top10% of sales people, the bottom 10% of salespeople, and the other 80%. Those that are average.
This book is average.
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