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**All effort made in this review not to reveal the content and only to evaluate the quality of the material presented in this book.
I like this book for,
- The title is a misnomer, there are more than 50 tips
- The fact is there are no TIPS. Author deals with absolute detail
- Nuances are first stated and later dealt in detail
- As an effort to help the reader involve, there is an Outperforming sales tip
- The Outperforming sales tip adds the value to the original and intended so termed TIPS
- Only the first tip consists of 7 sub points in the Outperforming Sales Tip
- The details in the book can help every entrepreneur, sales person.. i.e., anyone dealing in money
- I feel the author used the methods of
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For the book is packed with HEAVY USEFUL INFORMATION.
- I have been using the info to correct myself
Lay out, structure 4/5
Value for money 5/5
I highly recommend
The Introduction starts with an overview of the differences between people in sales positions and those that are in non-sales positions. In either case you are selling something whether you view it that way or not. The book defines three major components to sales which are: Preparation, Personality and Performance.
The discussion in the book is focused around these three components and all 50 Tips fall into one of the three components. For each of the 50 Tips the book is well organized for reading and understanding the point of the tip and how to improve your skill set based on the tip. As a "bonus" for each tip the author, Scott Welle, includes an "Outperforming Sales Tip".
Mr. Welle is the author of a book titled Outperform The Norm. That book is obviously performance related and it ties in well with this book. Outperform The Norm is not required to be able to get a great deal out of this book.
I would recommend this book to sales personnel and it would be beneficial to all business and professional people. Many of these tips cross into different fields and there are general tips that would benefit anyone that wants to improve their success rate at accomplishing goals.
There are actually 51 tips. I will leave that tip for when you are reading the book.
Which is a long way to get to saying that, if you consider yourself a professional salesperson you should add this book to your personal success library, read it, and learn the information.
BTW, when reading this book, you will discover some nice little surprises, for example: la link to a video about the 5 things ALL great salespeople do differently.
AND, if you're a sales person, this book is so much more than I expected it to be. It really offers terrific information...much more than just tips. Each tip is well laid out, short and to the point, easy to understand, and I love the "Outperforming Sales Tip" offered for each. This author really knows what he's talking about.
Definitely deserves Five Stars!