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Sell or Be Sold How to Get Your Way in Business and in Life

ISBN-10: 1608322564
ISBN-13: 9781608322565
Edition: 2016
Authors: Grant Cardone
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Description: Whether it’s selling your company’s product in the boardroom or selling yourself on eating healthy, everything in life can—and should—be treated as a sale. And as sales expert Grant Cardone explains, knowing the principles of selling is a  More...

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Book details

List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2016
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
Publication date: 3/1/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 200
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.210
Language: English

Whether it’s selling your company’s product in the boardroom or selling yourself on eating healthy, everything in life can—and should—be treated as a sale. And as sales expert Grant Cardone explains, knowing the principles of selling is a prerequisite for success of any kind.In Sell or Be Sold, Cardone breaks down the techniques and approaches necessary to master the art of selling in any avenue. You will learn how to handle rejection, turn around negative situations, shorten sales cycles, and guarantee yourself greatness. Cardone will also teach you the success essentials of•    Selling in a bad economy•    Overcoming call reluctance•    Filling your pipeline with new business•    Staying positive, despite rejectionWith the experience of a seasoned sales vet at the helm, Sell or Be Sold will change the way you perceive the sale—and life.

Preface
Selling�A Way of Life
Selling Is a Prerequisite for Life
The Commission
Beware of False Data
Selling�Critical to Survival
Chapter One Questions
Salespeople Make the World Go Round
Salespeople Drive Entire Economies
Sales or College?
All Professions Rely on Sales
Chapter Two Questions
Professional or Amateur?
The Professional
The Amateur
The Great Shortage
Chapter Three Questions
The Greats
Commitment
Greener Pastures
The Power of Prediction
The Only Reason You Won't Like Selling (As a Career or in Life)
To Qualify As Great!
Chapter Four Questions
The Most Important Sale
Selling Yourself
Conviction is the Make-or-Break Point
Overcoming the Ninety-Day Phenomenon
Get Sold or Be Sold
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
Ice to an Eskimo?
The Vital Point
Chapter Five Questions
The Price Myth
It's Almost Never Price
The Price Experiment
It's Love, Not Price
Move Up, Don't Move Down
Salespeople, Not Customers, Stop Sales
$4 Coffee and $2 Water
Chapter Six Questions
Your Buyer's Money
There is No Shortage of Money
Your Buyer and His Money
Second Money is Easier than First Money
The More They Spend, the Better They Feel
Chapter Seven Questions
You are in the People Business
The People Business, Not the "X" Business
The Most Interesting Person in the World
Communication = Sales
People are Senior to Products (Critical for Executives)
Chapter Eight Questions
The Magic of Agreement
Always Agree with the Customer
It Only Takes One
The Agreement Challenge
How to Soften Any Buyer
The Magic Words
Chapter Nine Questions
Establishing Trustp101
Show, Don't Tell
Prospects Don't Make Sales�Salespeople Do
Credibility = Increased Sales
People Believe What They See, Not What They Hear
How to Handle the Buyer's Distrust
Tips on Using Written and Visual Information to Close
Help 'Em Believe You
Chapter Ten Questions
Give, Give, Give
The Magic of Give, Give, Give
Love the One You're With
Are You a Holiday Inn or a Ritz-Carlton?
Service Is Seniorto Selling
Chapter Eleven Questions
Hardsell
The Hard Sell
The Formula for Hard Sell
Closing Is Like a Recipe
Standing Is for Losing, Sitting Is for Closing
Chapter Twelve Questions
Massive Action
Take Massive Action
The Four Kinds of Action
Massive Action = New Problems
Production Yields Happiness
The10X Rule
Act Like a Madman
Chapter Thirteen Questions
The Power Base
Work Your Power Base
How to Build Your Power Base
Impose on Them or Help Them?
Capitalize on the Easy Sale
Creating Power!
Chapter Fourteen Questions
Time
How Much Time Do You Have?
Use Every Moment to Sell
How Much Time Are You Wasting?
The Lunch Opportunity
Lunch Out = Sales Up!
Chapter Fifteen Questions
Attitude
A Great Attitude Is Worth More than a Great Product
Treat'Em Like Millionaires
A Product of Your Environment
Tips for Having a Great Attitude
Chapter Sixteen Questions
The Biggest Sale of My Life
Summary
Chapter Seventeen Question
The Perfect Sales Process
Greet
Determine Wants and Needs
Select Product and Present/Build Value
Make Proposal
Close the Deal or Exit
Success in Selling
Ask Yourself These Questions
Be Honest with Yourself: Never Justify Failure
Sales-Training Tips
My Training Regimen for You
Create a Social Media Presence
$250,000 Sale Success Schedule
The Professional Salesperson's Daily Commitments
The Ten Commandments of Sales
Quick Tips to Conquer the Biggest Challenges in Selling
Rejection
Negative Surroundings
Discipline
The Economy
Competition
Product Knowledge
Follow-up
Organization
Call Reluctance
Fill the Pipeline
Closing the Deal
Calls Not Returned
Fear
Peoples Emotions
Negative Connotations of Sales
Not Having the Right Response
Overwhelmed by Customer Objections
Feeling Like an Idiot
Meeting New People
Breaking the Ice
Staying Motivated
Starting Over with New Clients
Losing Business to Others
Lack of Consistency
Cold-Calling/Prospecting
Commission Only/No Security
Long Hours
Traits of a Great Salesperson
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