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Sales Dogs: You Don't Have to be an Attack Dog to Explode Your Income (Rich Dad's Advisors (Paperback)) Kindle Edition
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"Bow," where's the "WOW," toss me the meaty bone; not a few scraps. At first, I was entertained by this book. Then, as I began diverting more attention to the content and focus of the book, I felt let down.
I had just finished reading Mr. Kiyosaki's Four Quadrants, a spectacular book. I was expecting the same quality. Unfortunately, this book is not focused enough. It lacks the 'quality quotient' from the previous books I had read from the Rich Dad/Poor Dad Series.
In a positive tone, I learned quite a bit from his imagery of comparing sales traits to different types of dogs. The book provided great exercises that were easy to follow and they worked for changing my sales performance! It also provided me with a quick and easy reference about how to utilize and differentiate sales people responding in different situations.
However, do not rely on this book. It misses quite a few important elements for sales that are relevant to the introduction provided by Mr. Kiyosaki, and the theme of this book. Continue the learning process about how to be a great salesperson.