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by Christopher A. Cunningham

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ISBN:
1595551476
Author:
Christopher A. Cunningham
Category:
Christian Living
Language:
English
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson Inc (August 10, 2010)
Pages:
211 pages
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1650 kb
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1971 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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Jungle Warfare: A Basic Field Manual for Christians in Sales. by Christopher A. Cunningham. Your enlistment asks for a 22-day tour of duty to explore battle-tested principles that Christopher Cunningham mined from his grandfather’s World War II field manual (stay fit.

Jungle Warfare: A Basic Field Manual for Christians in Sales. Paul admonished all of us to ‘fight the good fight. trust your commander) and culminates with a field-support Q&A addressing thorny questions that all professionals face. Every day, you walk through a jungle. Pick up this book and you’ll never walk through it alone, again. Read on the Scribd mobile app.

In Jungle Warfare, Christopher Cunningham tells us how to not only fight but how to actually win. This book is recommended reading for Christians in the arena of sales. Tim Lee, Evangelist, Marine Sergeant from the jungles of Vietnam, ww. imlee. Athletes, salespeople, and Christians, we are called to persevere regardless of what is thrown our way. As a Dallas Cowboy, I learned to tackle that lesson first hand. Chris’s book reminds us there’s no quit in a winner. Read this and you’ll remember you really can ’do all things through Christ who gives you strength.

Tim Lee, Evangelist, Marine Sergeant from the jungles of Vietnam, ww.

Paul admonished all of us to fight the good fight. Athletes, salespeople, and Christians, we are called to persevere Paul admonished all of us to fight the good fight. In Jungle Warfare, Christopher Cunningham tells us how to not only fight but how to actually win. Read this and you’ll remember you really can ‘do all things through Christ who gives you strength.

Christopher A. Cunningham was born in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1963 and grew up in the beautiful coastal town of. .Jungle Warfare, A Field Manual for Christians in Sales" is his second book from Thomas Nelson Publishers (now Harper Collins). Cunningham was born in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1963 and grew up in the beautiful coastal town of Wilmington, North Carolina. In his early professional career, he worked in public relations and advertising on campaigns for several large brands eventually reaching the position of vice president and group director by age 31. He went on to work as vice president of marketing for three international sports brands and then in digital entertainment for Qwest Digital Media-Denver, Colorado.

Taking his grandfather's WWII field manual, Cunningham has adapted its rules of engagement to fit the basic needs of the Christian sales person. He'll help you keep your faith intact and maintain a sense of humor to find victory in uncertain times! 176 pages, hardcover from Nelson. -Tim Lee, Evangelist, Marine Sergeant from the jungles of Vietnam, ww. imlee

In Jungle Warfare, Christopher Cunningham tells us how to not only fight but how to actually win.

Condition: Very Good. A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged.

Books by Christopher A. The Salesman's Little Blue Book of Daily Inspiration (eBook). Jungle Warfare: A Basic Field Manual for Christians in Sales (eBook).

"Paul admonished all of us to 'fight the good fight.' In Jungle Warfare, Christopher Cunningham tells us how to not only fight but how to actually win. This book is recommended reading for Christians in the arena of sales." -Tim Lee, Evangelist, Marine Sergeant from the jungles of Vietnam, www.timlee.org

"Athletes, salespeople, and Christians, we are called to persevere regardless of what is thrown our way. As a Dallas Cowboy, I learned to tackle that lesson first hand. Chris's book reminds us there's no quit in a winner. Read this and you'll remember you really can 'do all things through Christ who gives you strength.'" -Bill Bates, NFL All-Pro and Pro-Bowl Player, Safety, Dallas Cowboys NFL Champions (Superbowls XXVII, XXVIII, XXX)

ARE YOU READY TO FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT?

Every other sales book promises you great riches, cute techniques, and "amazing" questions to get your customer to buy from you.

This is not every other sales book.

Commerce and combat join forces in Jungle Warfare. Your enlistment asks for a 22-day tour of duty to explore battle-tested principles that Christopher Cunningham mined from his grandfather's World War II field manual (stay fit . . . keep your wits . . . know your enemy . . . trust your commander) and culminates with a field-support Q&A addressing thorny questions that all professionals face.

Every day, you walk through a jungle. Pick up this book and you'll never walk through it alone, again.

  • Bukelv
I am excited to read this book-- however there are pages missing from the kindle version. Disappointed. The few pages are intriguing and inspiring. Just wish I had the whole book.
  • Mavivasa
Having worked in the medical field for over 40 years and having served as gatekeeper to busy surgeons for many of those years, it is quite refreshing and reassuring to read Christopher Cunningham's guide for medical device sales reps. Many reps come and go but the ones who actually "make it" are the ones who have a strong faith, a great sense of humor, and undeniable honesty and respect for themselves and others.

Aren't we all salesmen of sorts? This book, based on a WWII field guide Cunningham inherited from his grandfather, can be applied as we deal with our "customers," whether we call them customers, clients, patients, students, coworkers, or family. A good read and a very worthwhile guide!
  • Kiutondyl
Ok--- The premise is great! The content is superb! So, I bought all the books Amazon had at the time (5) for some the reps that 'call' on me in my medical office. I thought it would be a great way to reach out and let them know what I believe and give them a little glimpse into Christianity too! I had one book lingering around in my office, so I started reading it daily before I saw patients and I was pleasantly surprised and I would now agree with an earlier reviewer that "this book isn't just a devotional for Christian sales people", it's for everyone. It is a great motivational book that helps you connect daily to what is important in life. Thanks Chris Cunningham!
Michelle Cochran MD
  • funike
In sales your credibility, in my opinion, is the most important aspect of all. It is our character that defines us and we all need help in staying true to ourselves remembering not to stray from honest selling especially during the struggles of a sales cycle. Jungle Warfare is a focused daily read that helps the Christian salesperson do just that. Each chapter includes a preface from the author's grandfather's jungle warfare manual, a scripture verse, and a daily prayer to start your day. After reading this book I felt it was a thoughtful and creative way of helping others through their daily struggles. Although it is targeted to sales folks, all could benefit through this inspiring read to start their day.
  • Mezilabar
This devotional is on target for people who are in sales. It really meets you where you are day by day and step by step and leads you to where you need to be in your daily walk in your sales career.
  • Binthars
A must have personal guide for all in sales. A fresh prospective on a sales persons life and calling as a christian.
  • Pumpit
Mr. Cunningham's book is a classic!! It really gets to the core and makes the reader really think hard about their Christian responsibilites. Easy to read. I cannot wait to read it again!!
"Jungle Warfare" by Christopher Cunningham is a book with two interesting points: 1) The author got ideas for the book by looking at his grandfather's old army field manual, 2) Cunningham writes from an admittingly Christian worldview.

Combine the two and you have an interesting titles that both encourages and challenges Christians, especially those in the sales field.

Among the areas covered include:

1. God will provide because we are valuable to Him.
2. In this world we are often too preoccupied to see God's love for us.
3. Tell God about your needs and fears and He will respond!
4. Seek God not only to quence your thirst but to also protect you.
5. Have a plan that allows you to be quiet and alone with God. God calls us to be still so we can break the cycle of doing everything ourselves and becoming too busy and works-driven.
6. Serving others in sales with give you great joy (I have experienced this many times in my career).
7. Our self-worth comes from God instead of our achievements.
8. The salesperson's message and method must be above reproach.
9. What to do about the competition and asking God for sales.
10. Trust that God is with you, even when you do not see or hear Him.

Coming from a military background (served 5 years as an active duty US Air Force Officer), I appreciated Cunningham's approach.

The book is divided into 2 major areas: 1) A 22-day devotion guide, 2) Questions and answers for those in the sales field.

The title is entertaining, informative, encouraging, and challenging.

A good read. Highly recommended.