Eleven Reasons To Read This Book

Of the approximately 16 million people working directly or indirectly in the profession of selling, how many of them know the fundamentals of the subject, or use methods that align with these fundamentals?

Unfortunately, not many.

The Natural Laws Of Selling, is a new and different look at selling. It will show you why selling works, and reveal how to get better results with less effort.

So treasure this moment, as you may never be the same again.

Why?

Because this book focuses on the inner workings of the sales process, the natural laws upon which all selling is based.

It will also help you find new, creative ways of applying these time-honored laws, with methods, techniques, and tactics for today’s selling environment.

It’s said the longest journey starts with the first step, and this is that first step.

It is the beginning of a new adventure that will open the door to expansion you’ve only dreamed about. It will also open your eyes to things that will seem like you have always known but are now re-discovering for the first time.

All you have to do is start.

Now, I’ll give you eleven reasons to read this book:

  1. It is a new, fresh, new approach to the subject of selling.
  2. It is an innovative look at the tested, workable fundamentals
  3. It does not demand an overhaul, when all you need is a tune-up.
  4. It recognizes and builds upon what you already know.
  5. It does not reshuffle the deck of information and knowledge that you have already acquired.
  6. It provides a way to expand upon what you have already accomplished.
  7. It takes the mystery out of your failures, and strengthens the tools that led to your successes.
  8. It places a higher importance on substance over style.
  9. It values workable technology over fad terminology.
  10. It embraces knowledge of the past, just as it reveals and incorporates new important discoveries for the future.
  11. It reveals the natural laws of selling that provide the inner workings underlying all selling and offers methods of applying them.

My work is done.

Now it’s up to you.

daniel w. jacobs
(c) 2010-2030, all rights reserved

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