Selling is an honorable profession. Sales professionals are held to a higher standard than other professionals. Why? Because salespeople are trained in the skills of persuading and influencing. Therefore, they must hold themselves to the highest ethical standards.
Much like any other profession, success in sales requires dedication, commitment, and a strong desire to exceed. So, You’re New to Sales emphasizes three components to overall success: the will, the skill, and the refill. The focus and the purposes of this book are:
“So, You’re New to Sales will give you word-for-word examples of how to sell from hello to goodbye.”
- Zig Ziglar
"Some of the sales books I own I've never finished reading. These are books that fall short of providing real instruction. Some are little more than veiled promotional brochures for the author's consulting services. Some are gimmicky to the point of absurdity. Others invite you to join a 'sales religion' which the author has founded.
I sat down this Sunday to read a few chapters of Bryan Flanagan's new book, So You're New to Sales and ended up reading it cover to cover. It's that good. I like the author's refreshingly honest, direct and unpretentious style. Flanagan's little book guides the reader through the fundamentals of professional selling. If you are new to sales, this book will provide an excellent foundation on which to build your career."
- Michael D. Johnson, Publisher of SalesDog.com newsletter
Length: 208 pages
Copyright: 2010 Ziglar