"Dealstorming" is Tim Sanders' term for a structured, scalable, repeatable process that can break through any sales deadlock. He calls it "a Swiss army knife for today's toughest sales challenges". It fixes the broken parts of the brainstorming process and reinvigorates account management for today's increasingly complicated sales environment. Dealstorming drives sales innovation by combining the wisdom and creativity of everyone who has a stake in the sale.
Tim Sanders, Chief Solutions Officer at Yahoo!, puts forth a wildly original idea: It pays to be nice. Sanders shows how being a "lovecat" will help you accomplish your goals, both in and out of the office.
When you possess a confident outlook, you perform at your highest level. When you believe in yourself, the people you rely on, and something ultimately greater than yourself, you will be able to do what you once thought was impossible. Confidence is a function of lifestyle, driven by a guiding set of principles. Listen to this audiobook and discover what Tim learned from his grandmother Billye - concepts handed down from the masters of motivation.
"Amazing inspirational book"
The more you are liked, or the higher your likeability factor, the happier your life will be. This audiobook will show you how to raise that likeability factor by teaching you how to boost four critical elements of your personality.
"Good concept - poor book"
This book will show you how to do all that by raising your likeability factor, or how much other people like you.
"Works like magic"
Nice guys (and gals) actually do finish first. It's not just a matter of what you do, but of what you think and how you make others feel. Best-selling author and speaker Tim Sanders addresses obstacles like the "warrior psychology" of others and your own bad days, and shows how you can take charge of your life and learn to like others. It's the key to building and maintaining great relationships throughout your life.
"I'm bias, I'm in communications..."
Real life stories about consumers who demand that companies make a diffence in the world with their products.
In a follow-up to his popular 2008 Edgewise interview , Tim Sanders talks about how the "make a difference" factor is revolutionizing brand building, and how companies not paying attention to this change in marketing and mission branding are at the verge of obsolescence. Sanders offers practical advice every individual and company can use to make the world a better place–now and in the future.
These days if you want to make a sale, it's not just one person you have to convince anymore. Purchasing power is spread throughout the organization, and there's plenty of people to consult. It's harder than ever. Tim Sanders joins us to talk about his book, Dealstorming, and how to be successful at sales in the ever -hanging world of work.
Every one of us, regardless of title or position, can inspire our companies to change the way they do business, helping them to become a positive force for enriching people, communities, and the environment. When this happens, not only do we help save the world, we help save our companies from becoming irrelevant. Companies that don’t participate in this revolution risk becoming obsolete.