• Win at Sales. Win at Life.

  • The Book of Books on Sales Training & Techniques to Become a Superstar!
  • By: Knight Writer
  • Narrated by: Knight Writer
  • Length: 5 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 10-11-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Knight Writer
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (63 ratings)

Regular price: $19.95

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Publisher's Summary

This book will teach you the concepts, techniques, and process that you need to follow in order to master the game of sales. You will beat the competition, exceed your own expectations, and become a sales superstar. You will then find your success transferring over into almost every area of your life. Sales is not a nine to five job. Sales is a lifestyle, and when you win at sales, you win at life.

©2016 Knight Writer (P)2016 Knight Writer

What members say

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Practical and Tangible

What made the experience of listening to Win at Sales. Win at Life. the most enjoyable?

This book is full with practical, acceptable truth's, not just theory. Good foundation book. Covers everything from the open to the close.

What does Knight Writer bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

He's a good narrator. Sometimes his pronunciation was not optimal, but I enjoyed his delivery over a more robotic delivery I sometimes find in other books.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Can't say I had any extreme reactions.

Any additional comments?

I enjoyed it, so I will be listening to The Closer's Bible next.

10 of 10 people found this review helpful

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Good companion book to The Closer's Bible

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I previously read The Closer's Bible and liked it so I checked this one out. It is a bit of a different tone, but fills in the gaps that weren't covered in that book, since it was specifically on closing. Good listen!

8 of 8 people found this review helpful

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Practical and Educational

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Focus on the customer and the sales journey, with some logical calls to action. Kept me engaged throughout.

7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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A sales book for all around success

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Knight Writer has insightful advice and experience into sales and discusses every aspect of how to be successful in this profession.

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Wonderful

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Great book, easy to understand. Goes over many of the basic concepts of the sales process.

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A lot of sales strategy

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This book is great, at least for car sales. It covers the steps of the sale, and goes into detail in each. Knight Writer also talks about how easy it can be to become overly obsessed with sales and neglect your personal life, which I can personally relate to being in sales.

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More than the title

If you could sum up Win at Sales. Win at Life. in three words, what would they be?

Amazing and insightful advice and experience on sales and balancing sales with your personal life.

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straightforward

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I highly recommend this book if you are looking to improve on your sales. He covers a wide range of topics and keeps it fun to listen to.

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Fresh Perspective

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This book provides an interesting and fresh perspective into the habits of successful salespeople and how those habits can influence other areas of your life.

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Questionable ethics

I stopped listening the moment he started recommending people to lie about certain security features about cars (as an example) in order to make the sale. He said he told his customers plenty of times there is some special metal in the car doors for extra safety during a potential crash, whether the car had them or not, and that they take your word for that so it's ok to lie. Without taking too much of a high horse here I think that is disgusting and one should make a conscious decision whether or not you want to be influenced by someone who thinks like that. I am no snowflake but when he then proceeded to advice new salesmen in this age to get into selling timeshares since the money is good there because customers don't "know how hard they're getting fucked"... my respect is gone.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-24-17

Terrible book

I got to chapter 2 and 31 minutes in, when he talks about telling your customers things that he doesn't know are true in order to try to make a sale, basically mis-selling . At this point I thought this guy is a clown and stopped listen because he had lost all credibility as far I was concerned. You would never hear Brian Tracy or Tom Hopkins say something like this so that was enough for me

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-12-17

I highly recommend this

enjoyed this audible programme, relevant topic information, relevant industry experience, highly recommend 😁 I've listened to this programme a few times, picking up something new each time