Zig shares tips and techniques from his vast wealth of sales experience. His insights will prove to you over and over why this is the definitive how-to sales program. This powerful series of 12 timeless sales sessions will help you close more sales today as you build a career for tomorrow!
Whether you're a seasoned sales veteran or just now beginning your first sales position, Secrets of Closing the Sale provides you with practical advice and effective questioning techniques that you can use to transform prospects into clients. Learn step by step over 100 specific closes and over 700 questions that lead the prospect to the decision table.
In this newly updated recording, not only will you get to hear timeless lessons on closing the sale from Zig Ziglar that have helped hundreds of thousands of salespeople for more than a generation, but you will hear Zig's son, Tom Ziglar, discuss how these ideas are even more relevant in 2015. Tom is the president of Ziglar Training Corporation, the author of the newly released book Live to Win, and a successful platform speaker in his own right.
Plus a bonus recording: how to use emotional logic in the selling process to increase your closing ratio.
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Are you a sales person who is passionate about your product or service, can present it professionally but struggles to turn each presentation into a sale? You're just like me! Zig Ziglar gives over 100 secrets in this book. The biggest takeaway I had was understanding that sales is really about helping others get what they want and need. This book helped me understand who to sell my values so I don't feel or appear pushy. The stories Zig tells are approachable so anyone in any field would understand. If you're in sales (and Zig says we are ALL in sales) this book is a must have in your toolkit. Timeless
This is a lot to take in all at once. Like Zig recommends, you'll have to come back to it over the course of a year to really get the most of all the information here.
This was somewhat time well spent. If I didn't hear him delivering the same presentation with the same illustration more than once in the same book, I would think it was time better spent (and it would have been LESS time spent as well). But for how long this audio book was, I didn't appreciate having to listen to multiple illustrations more than once. Seemed like a waste of time.
His illustrations are the most memorable parts. He is a great storyteller and his stories are very entertaining for the most part.
I'm not sure what this means...
It gave me some good basic framework to put into practice. I don't think I'll be using "The ____ Close" or specific things like that. But it was good to hear things like they say No because they don't Know enough yet. So I am inspired to focus more on listening to the customer and handling objections in a better way.
It was somewhat distracting the way this was edited together. It's Zig on the stage, then it's Zig in the studio, then back on the stage, then Tom in studio. You can tell when they edit out things in a presentation - the audio wasn't handled very smoothly. Overall I think the material is good, but this didn't really seem like a book at all, just a random collection of his best presentations with Tom randomly popping in. This could have been done better.
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