PLR Ebook Table Of Contents
-> Introduction to the ultimate Salesman
-> Having a Positive Attitude
-> Starting conversation with the Customer
-> How to read the customer
-> When and how to ask to buy
-> Creating want in the customer
-> Gaining commitment
-> How to overcome objection
-> Taking control
-> Using the right words at the right time
-> Closing the deal
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Firstly, I’d like to thank you for investing in the Ultimate Sales Course. A lot of work has been put into this course in order to help you on your journey to sale’s success. If you put to use the information provided I am 100% certain you will be successful. You have already taken the first step towards being a better salesman by investing in the knowledge I am sharing with you. In order to succeed you have to put your mind to it, and work hard. I can only provide the tools to build success; I can not force you to use them.
The title good salesman has always held a sort of prestige to it. Very few people have been able to acquire that title. You can’t learn how to be a good salesman in college. In fact some of the best salesman I’ve met didn’t even have a high school diploma. I find many college graduates stay away from sales because the playing field is level. A degree doesn’t determine how much money you will make.
I can honestly tell you there is no better profession than a salesman. Have you ever worked a 9-5 job that you felt didn’t pay you enough? I remember times when I’d work my butt off all week to get a measly $400-500 check at the end of the week. The work didn’t match my pay. When I would go to the boss and ask for a better position that paid more, there was always this college degree barrier.
With sales no one can tell you how much money to make. With some sales jobs you work your own hours. This is great, but I had a bad habit of working 1 day for about 8 hours and make a little over a thousand and disappear until the next week. Those one day work weeks are the best. I don’t suggest you do that. Work hard everyday because it pays off at the end of every week.
Many salesmen have this belief that since they are selling a genuine quality product people will naturally buy it. It sounds good, but it just simply isn’t true. You have to sell yourself as well as the product. People buy the salesman not the product. Most customers will remember a good salesman for years. I still run into customers from years ago that still remember me.Other Details
* Sales Page: Included, HTML
* File Format: MS Word Doc, PDF
* Number of Pages: 37
* Included Graphics: Ecovers
* Download File Size: 1,214 KB