Can You Get Awesomeness From a Book? “EDGY Conversations by Dan Waldschmidt

Add “EDGY Conversations: How Ordinary People Can Achieve Outrageous Success” to the list of classic motivational books. Then read it. How do I make such a bold statement? From the time I began selling, I read the great ones including “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” “The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People” and “Think and Grow Rich.” All of the motivational classics share three … [Read more...]

“Selling Fearlessly: A Master Salesman’s Secrets for the One-Call-Close Salesperson” by Bob Terson – Book Review

If you’ve ever had any fears during a sale or about your sales ability, you’re not alone. There were times in my early days of selling when I wondered if I chose the wrong career. Mentors and writers like Bob Terson taught me how to overcome my fears and become a top performer. How do you become a top performing salesperson or develop top performing salespeople? … [Read more...]

New Sales Simplified by Mike Weinberg – Book Review

Would you like to simplify and improve new business acquisition? Not only is it possible, but it’s relatively simple to do. In case you missed it, the tagline for this website is Selling Ain’t Rocket Science. Mike Weinberg’s book "New Sales Simplified" is easy for me to stump because we both believe in simplifying and Mike unravels the enigma of acquiring new business with the same solutions that … [Read more...]

Book Review: “High-Profit Selling, Win the Sale Without Compromising On Price” by Mark Hunter

  The battles over price are as old as selling. Can you picture the first dirt farmer negotiating for some livestock? Learning how not to flinch when a customer claimed “Your price is too high” took mentoring and practice. When I finally understood that price complaints are to be expected and a sign that the game’s afoot, my reflexes changed. … [Read more...]

Lead, Sell, or Get Out of the Way: The 7 Traits of Great Sellers by Ron Karr – Book Review

More sales books, blog posts, and articles are published monthly than all the material available when my sales career began in 1971. Finding the gems can be daunting, so I was fortunate to find “Lead, Sell, or Get Out of the Way.” I met the author Ron Karr on Twitter, enjoyed his conversations and posts, and liked what he says about selling. A Fox TV interview with him finally piqued my interest … [Read more...]