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05/13/2010

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cl boots

I find life an exciting business,The point is succinctness of expression.

business sales training

What a great story! I remember in my retail days training associates "show show show until they say NO". I think people are afraid of a "no" because they take it personally. Once you can get beyond that the opportunities are endless.

trish bertuzzi

Just read this book on a plane the other day after I got a copy from Andrea at Sales SheBang. Turned my thought process around about how to not only get to quota but get past it. Reached out to Andrea and going to buy a case and give one to every inside sales rep we coach!

Lacoste shoes

It is easy to be wise after the event?You never know what you can do till you try?

Susana

This little book is amazing, at first my husband read it and suggested I read it. At first I didn't think it would work, and after reading the book my conversion has increase because I am not afraid of No's any more.

John

I am on my way to doubling my sales results within 6 months. This is so easy, its nearly a crime that its not in more sales training.

Brett

I love this book...

It has changed my mindset about receiving a No, so much so that I work through more prospects and find more Yes's.

A bit hard to explain in such a small space, grab a copy, its only 80 pages and will be the best $12 you ever spend. You sales quota will sky rocket as a result :)

Lisa G

Great selling story!
(PS. Andrea Waltz is co-author with Richard on "Go For No!")

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