Being a professional salesperson is a noble career. Professional salespeople help individuals and organizations make some of the most important decisions. Success in sales takes talent, skills, discipline, practice, and, most importantly, honesty with a genuine concern for the client.
Experienced sales professional and entrepreneur Nathan Jamail has developed a playbook of techniques and best practices, which have allowed thousands of sales professionals to find success in their selling. From prospecting for new clients to establishing likability, trust, and influence with clients, The Sales Professional's Playbook focuses on how to help sales professionals take their sales from poor or mediocre to surpassing limitless expectations. Nothing in this book is theory - it is based on personal experiences learned throughout Nathan Jamail's extensive sales career.
The Sales Professional's Playbook is a book written for sales professionals - designed to be straightforward, easy to read, and simple to understand. The ability to execute the skills and programs outlined takes a sales professional who is willing to prepare and practice, which allows persuasion to be a thing of the past.
Mastering these professional selling skills will:
- Improve confidence
- Improve skills and abilities
- Improve professionalism
- Increase sales and profits
Being a professional salesperson is hard work but, more importantly, very rewarding. Don't wait for something to happen or someone to do something. Take control of your success and make the call!
What listeners say about The Sales Professional's Playbook
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the author should not have narrated...
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
The content in this book is good, and definitely helped me, but the narration was poor. It was rushed, and words ran into each other on a regular basis.
What didn’t you like about Nathan Jamail’s performance?
the narration was poor. It was rushed, and words ran into each other on a regular basis.
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