The Right Tools For The Job
If you’ve got the wrong tools, or don’t know how to use what you do have, you’ll be working a lot harder for unsatisfying results. Like trying to cut down a tree with a handsaw, it can be frustrating.
That’s where this book comes in. It’s full of useful tools that will work every time once you know how to use them.
You’ll find the fog of sales confusion will magically disappear as you learn to use the right tool for the job and know why it works.
Every article contains a gemstone of sales wisdom that you can read, absorb and apply immediately in your area.
Because the focus of this book is on the simple basic fundamental principles and natural laws behind all selling.
You are not required to spend days or weeks reading it from cover to cover before you can get into action. Just pick whatever article grabs your attention and you’ll have something that you can use today to make your sales efforts easier and more effective.
And, here is added bonus.
As you make your way through all the articles, you’ll begin to experience a gradual but steady increase in your ability to function at the top levels of the sales game and accomplish all this with far less effort than before.
The Sales Journal is a handbook that is meant for use, written for those who are serious about winning. If that sounds like you, we’re in business.
As you begin to absorb and apply the tools and undiscovered secrets contained in these articles you’ll come across common sense facts that which make sense and are familiar but somehow got lost in the shuffle of day-to-day life.
You’ll find things that you always knew were true, but somehow you forgot.
The game of sales is tough, but it’s a game you can win once you know what works and what doesn’t. Once you have the right tools for the job and know how to use them, you’ll start getting used to being in the winners circle.
The groundwork and heavy lifting has been done. All you have to do is to acquire, absorb, and apply the material.
When there are no more secrets, doubts disappear, “maybe’s” are resolved, and the mysteries clarified.
daniel w. jacobs
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