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Persuade

The 7 Empowering Laws of the SalesMaker
Narrated by: Scott Hogle
Length: 10 hrs and 3 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Becoming a persuasive salesperson requires the salesmaker to win others relationally in order to persuade them financially. To be successful, it's not enough to sell your product - you must sell yourself. Persuade is a playbook with essential information to help you connect quicker, communicate confidently, and close more sales.

If you do everything right during the sale but don't close the sale, you will find this audiobook invaluable. Persuade is a "closers" roadmap that will help you effectively move customers through the seven stages of the sale. Learn how to close deals with a natural ease which comes easy to people who use this system.

Top salespeople become the best because they learn from the best. The author includes insightful intelligence from sellers and executives at Facebook, Google, iHeart Radio, Amazon, New York Life, Hawaiian Airlines, Dell EMC, Microsoft Xbox, Clear Channel Airports, and Zillow, who share stories and case studies on how they deploy the powers of persuasion.

If your success is determined by your ability to move people to decision, you will grow in your confidence to communicate, connect, and persuade.

©2017 Scott Hogle (P)2018 Made for Success, Inc.

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There are good reminders but nothing new.

The audio book's production and read are well above average and I heard few mistakes in the read. Unfortunately, there is nothing new. It is just derivative of everything else out there repacked and gimmicked into "seven [alkward] laws."

I can summarize sales - Trust your gut and be likable first - then ask questions that allow people to come to their own conclusions based on your offerings. That's pretty much it.

The author missed this but, the more you talk, the higher probability you say something objectionable. When you let them talk, your likability goes way up. Because they said it (whatever "it" was) - everything they say, they agree with (surprise). He takes way too much time and over-complicates the painfully obvious. They all do, all the gurus of the secret hidden mysteries of sales.

Sales is nothing more than being a good listener and rephrasing your statements as questions when you need to steer the interaction towards your products or services.