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by Blair Singer

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Author:
Blair Singer
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Warner Business Books; Later Printing edition (2001)
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Because sales income. You will learn how to identify, maximize and train to that strength and also how to teach others on your team to do the same. Yet, many fail financially not because they do not have great ideas or even good work ethic, but typically because they don’t know how to, refuse to, are afraid to, or don’t think it is important to know how to sell. While the book is fun and engaging, it also dives deep into the personal development issues that block a person’s ability to generate income and how to overcome them.

going to be some kind of life preserver or crutch for your emotional stability chemistry just He's Not That Complicate. If there were a single great "secret" to being an elite sales professional, surely one. Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens: The Secrets about Money-That You Don't Learn in School! 140 Pages·2012·664 KB·66,759 Downloads·New! Personal finance author and lecturer Robert T. Kiyosaki developed his unique economic perspective.

You can’t allow a negative moment to be a reflection . Second, tell yourself that the rejection is a specific occurrence and do not let your brain interpret it as having any long-lasting or extended significance. Take it for what it is-that a particular person does not have a particular need for your particular product or service at this particular time.

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SalesDogs: You Don’t Have to Be an Attack Dog to Explode Your Income. The book quickly de-bunks the idea that you have to be an overly aggressive attack dog to be successful. The skill for any entrepreneur or business owner is the ability to sell. Why? Because sales income. It uses the metaphor of man’s best friend to say that a great sales person is like a loyal, persistent and lovable canine. It stipulates that there are five different breeds or personalities of SalesDogs that can each make a lot of money by playing to its strength.

The book quickly de-bunks the idea that you have to be an overly aggressive attack dog to be successful. Jason Tyne, World Financial Group. Blair Singer is a great communicator, a great teacher and a great human being.

Sales Dogs: You Don't Ha. .has been added to your Cart. Singer is co-founder and CEO of SalesPartners Worldwide™, a dynamic sales and personal growth training company deployed in over fifteen countries made up of professional mentors and business builders who work one-on-one with businesses and corporations to help them achieve double-digit growth in any economy.

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Once a person is able to identify the different breeds in others, the sales game becomes a whole lot easier. By knowing the five basic breeds of peoplethe Pit Bull, the Golden Retriever, the Poodle, the Chihuahua, and the Basset Houndreaders will have the necessary insight to improve their selling savvy.

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  • Gold Crown
I am going to be put in the dog house for this review :(

"Bow," where's the "WOW," toss me the meaty bone; not a few scraps. At first, I was entertained by this book. Then, as I began diverting more attention to the content and focus of the book, I felt let down.

I had just finished reading Mr. Kiyosaki's Four Quadrants, a spectacular book. I was expecting the same quality. Unfortunately, this book is not focused enough. It lacks the 'quality quotient' from the previous books I had read from the Rich Dad/Poor Dad Series.

In a positive tone, I learned quite a bit from his imagery of comparing sales traits to different types of dogs. The book provided great exercises that were easy to follow and they worked for changing my sales performance! It also provided me with a quick and easy reference about how to utilize and differentiate sales people responding in different situations.

However, do not rely on this book. It misses quite a few important elements for sales that are relevant to the introduction provided by Mr. Kiyosaki, and the theme of this book. Continue the learning process about how to be a great salesperson.
  • Alsardin
Good read. Worth the time it takes to go over it at least a couple times. lots of word pictures, but a condensed overview at the end help to review it.
  • Adokelv
I haven't yet begun a career in sales, but I am going to begin tis summer. In preparation I have been reading books that I think will help me. So some of the ideas he talks about were harder for me to relate to, but he explains everything really well. The first part of the book, identifying which breed you are, was the most difficult for me to figure out, because I haven't tried to sell anything yet. But the rest of the book, I enjoyed immensely. My sales manager has been talking to me about dealing with rejection and objections, and Singer goes into great detail about how to deal with both. Additionally, Singer stresses the importance of a positive outlook.
Some of this book was over my head, but I plan to read it again at the end of the summer. Even though some of it was hard for me to relate to, he did a great job explaining what it takes to be a successful salesman. He also does a great job of building anticipation for a career in sales. The book is well written and easy to read.
  • ChallengeMine
A must read for sales professionals
  • Gtonydne
Very obvious and common sense stuff. Nothing interesting or unique. I would be wary of reviews from overly obsessive rich dad fans.Not worth the price.
  • Cyregaehus
It is a good book. I do believe everything in life is sales as author says, but other than hearing the personalities of the types of sales dogs, this book would greatly benefit from giving more real life actual examples on actual transactions made and with details to help better understand the sales skills he talks about.
  • Keel
Great read about the different selling personalities.
After reading as many Sales books as you probably have, this Rich Dad book offered me a nice new perspective to look at the OLD sales problems.

I recommend this book , very much, because of that.