This groundbreaking book offers extraordinary insight into the greatest mystery in sales: how the very best salespeople consistently and successfully influence change in others, inspiring their customers to say yes.
Top-performing salespeople have always had a knack for forging connections and building relationships with buyers. Until now, this has been considered an innate talent. What Great Salespeople Do challenges some of the most widely accepted paradigms in selling in order to prove that influencing change in buyers is a skill that anyone can learn.
The creator of Solution Selling and CustomerCentric Selling, Michael Bosworth, along with veteran sales executive Ben Zoldan, synthesize discoveries in neuroscience, psychology, sociology, anthropology, and other disciplines, combining it all into a field-tested framework-helping you break down barriers, build trust, forge meaningful relationships, and win more customers. This book teaches you how to:
Breakthroughs in neuroscience have determined that people don't make decisions solely on the basis of logic; in fact, emotions play the dominant role in most decision-making processes. What Great Salespeople Do gives you the tools and techniques to influence change and win more sales.
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"The best sales book available"
If you are in sales and looking to grow professionally & personally, then this a 'must read'. This is the first sales book in a long time that teaches the 'how'. The strategies and tactics are explained succinctly. If you don't change your 80's and 90's approach to sales, you will be left in the dust. After listening to this book, I began using the methods taught and have begun to make incredible progress with my biggest accounts.
"I loved it "
yes yes this is worth the money yet another reason why you should be able to make it work
"Very good updated information about solution selling"
Loved this book
Awesome resource for being able to create memorable, business centric stories you can use in any profession. Great info on connecting with prospects on a personal level
"Worth investing the time to read"
Everyone hears "tell a story" but what is a good business story? What kinds are there and when to use the? This book answeres those questions and others. The authors provide a framework or tool box of how to create different kinds of stories that help connect and influence people.
Highly recommend. A sophisticated view on processes which may seem common sense, but provides new insights and methods to actualize human interaction.
He speaks slowly so I might recommend increasing the pace slightly.
"Not just the same old techniques respun"
This book is excellent and methods are relatable for both acquistion and relationship accounts. This is the first sales book I have read that I could begin using from day one and build on everyday after.
"Good Ideas. A Bit Long and Boring."
Maybe it's the narrator's voice, but this book was hard to listen to at times. He's got good ideas, but it felt very long.
"Fantastic new approach"
This book is one of the most impressive sales book, that i has ever read. I'm very impressed. content is suprr practical and it works in practise.
A truly magnificent take on the importance of trust on selling. Especially enjoyed to listen how traditional sales techniques only help those who know that trust must be built right at the start.
Inspired me to do thesis on storytelling
"It's all about the power of a story!"
I will use this with my sales team as a tool for me and teach it as a tool for them.
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