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Zig Ziglar's Secrets of Closing the Sale Paperback – September 1, 1985
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Mary Kay Ash, Founder and President, Mary Kay Cosmetics
"I recommend this book to anyone who needs to learn the sill of persuasionand don't we all!'
Robert H. Schuller, Founder and Pastor, Crystal Cathedral, Garden Grove, California
"Will upgrade the performance of salespeople and non-salespeople all over the world!'
Og Mandino, bestelling author of The Greatest Salesman in the World
"In the past 36 years I have read over 100 self-help books for salespeople. Most of them are written by theoreticians who have never paid their dues in face-to-face selling. Zig's book excites me because every idea presented has been tested in the field by Zig or another master salesperson. A salesperson who doesn't own this book is underprivileged!"
D. John Hammond, American Motivational Association
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Through this book, I have learned that all sales people experience objections, and that it is the savvy salesperson who responds to those objections as though she is a guide, leading her prospect towards her solutions.
Through reading this book, I have written so many notes in the margins, and in a binder that I had to stop to type the details out, then add to them, as I evolved.
I really appreciate this book, because as someone who sells services, and not products, yet, I was able to write directions that work in closing sales to even the most difficult of prospects. I recommend this book to anyone, rather or not you are in sales, because this teaches you to persuade others to accept your ideas, thoughts, products and services. ....
I've purchased three copies of this book. Two for myself, one to give out to my staff. I started out thinking about sales in the same way most people do - sleazy scumbags out to make a fast buck. I started out wanting to make more money. I ended up learning that "You can have anything in the world you want if you'll just help enough other people get what they want."
Ziglar teaches you, from the beginning, that there's no room for success in a salesman's career if he's taking the fast route, making the quick sale and then locking the door behind him.
Ziglar teaches you that if you want to make a living in the profession of selling you have to truly believe in your product. You have to be so convinced that your product is the right product to fit your prospects needs that you can't possibly believe or understand how they wouldn't want it.
Yeah. Ziglar teaches the closes. There are hundreds of scenarios and stories that demonstrate various closing techniques. Most of them are great (a few are cheesy).
But what makes this book so good is that it constantly drives it home - a good salesman is an honest salesman. A good salesman has his customer's best interest in mine. A good salesman has a solution to a need of his customer. When you help the customer, they will help you (with money).Read more ›
I remember asking myself, "Are you closing one sale after another?" And the answer was "no."
As I read this book for the second time, I am so excited about how I am filling up those pages with very specific, tailored responses to those objections, ones which have led me to close some sales. I keep telling myself, at this point to not make another sales call, until I have read this book 4 times, but because I am learning so much, it is natural for me to make some sort of sales call, everywhere I go. And in most cases, I am gathering information on the person, more information than they probably realize that I am gathering. But it helps me to be in rapport, as I show them that they need my services.
There are some parts in this book where I have read the objections, and examples of how to respond, not react to the objections, and I had said to myself, "I could never do that. It seems somehow wrong." Then, as I read this book for the second time, I am not only adopting what seemed uncomfortable, but I am definitely putting my charming spin on the dialogues.
Long before reading this book, I had read, "Think and Grow Rich," 13 times. And I kept telling myself, so how do I sell what I am doing, to the right people, everytime I make a sales call. And, although each read of "Think and Grow Rich," has added value to me, "Secrets of Closing the Sale," is very specific, and empowering. ...
I am eternally grateful for this book, as I envision the difference that it will have on all aspects of my life.
In Zig Ziglars Secrets of Closing The Sale you will learn from an acomplished sales master. Zig has done it. He has been in selling since 1947 and speaks from actual experience. The techniques offered here are proven, sure fire tested methods, not theory.
This book is huge and can be intimidating to some people at 410+ pages and 38 chapters. You will find over 100 closes and over 700 questions.
You will learn how to paint word pictures and use stories. Not only will your sales take off but your ability to communicate in everyday life will become much easier and more fun as well.
Zig Ziglar's Secrets of Closing The Sale is a fun read. Zig is witty and the hardest thing I had to do was to put the book down. It's a great read.
The techniques are easy to apply and the best part is that they work even when the client knows what you are doing. Zig also drills the concept of integrity selling and building value as well as following up after the sale.
Five months ago, I went to work for a company that is big on the "Spin" Method of selling. Being open minded, I tried The Spin Method setting aside what I had learned from the past. I was wholly dissappointed. Two months ago, I began studying Zig Ziglars Secrets of Closing Sales and am once again making money in selling and enjoying it.
Thank you Zig. We needed this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A bit old fashioned. Examples from real life which are a bit less relevant today.
There are many selling techniques which are more modern and are not mentioned in the book
"Secrets of Closing the Sale" contains real world secrets of persuading people to buy that really work. This book is a classic and should be in every salesperson's library.Published 1 month ago by starfleet1
Another great way to conquer the world of selling. Some points can even work in our daily living. The approach of selling can be easily applied if well understand.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Not only does this book teaches you how to sell, but it also helps you tap into yourself. You find new area's of strategy that you didn't read in the book, just because the book... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike A.
This world is a marketplace. You are either buying or selling. All of us are involved in selling every day. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer