20 Days To The Top

20 Days To The Top

by Brian Sullivan

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781402205132
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Publication date: 09/01/2005
Pages: 242
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

About the Author

Brian Sullivan was awarded Welch Allyn Inc.'s President's Cup in 1996, recognizing the company's top performance in attitude, aptitude and performance. Brian's PRECISE Selling techniques have since been taught in North America, South America and Europe, and have been published in leading sales trade publications. He lives in Missouri. Visit www.preciseselling.com.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Your Sprint to the Top Begins with These Easy Steps
Chapter 2: The Long and Winding Road
Chapter 3: Fishing for Contrarians
Chapter 4: Three Hearing Aids for Your Prospects: Questions, Questions, Questions
Chapter 5: Listen Up!
Chapter 6: The 3 Ps of the PRECISE Selling Formula
Chapter 7: PRECISE Actions-The Seven Commission-Building Actions
Chapter 8: PRECISE Action 1: Prepare Like Vince Lombardi
Chapter 9: PRECISE Action 2: Respect and Trust
Chapter 10: PRECISE Action 3: Engage Your Prospects with Questions and Curiosity
Chapter 11: CLEAR Questioning
Chapter 12: PRECISE Action 4: Convey Your Solution Using Smart Bombs
Chapter 13: PRECISE Action 5: Conquering Indecision
Chapter 14: PRECISE Action 6: Secure Agreement and Advance
Chapter 15: PRECISE Action 7: Explore for More
Chapter 16: PRECISE Call Sheets
Epilogue

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This brief sales guide offers solid suggestions for such powerful techniques as asking questions, listening to customers, taking notes, using call sheets and doing research to turn selling into a standardized, measurable and repeatable process. If none of that sounds new to you, the problem isn¿t you. But that doesn¿t mean the advice isn¿t sound. It is. Author Brian Sullivan, a motivational speaker, has packaged old guidance in a new wrapper that he calls the 'Precise Selling Formula.' He says nothing that is outright wrong and much that is outright right. We think his elementary but helpful book (and its accompanying CD) will be most useful to inexperienced salespeople who lack self-confidence, and who may need exhortation and reassurance. The author¿s earthy anecdotes, Kansas City optimism and self-deprecating but enthusiastic tone may be just what novice salespeople crave after a day in the trenches.