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Heart & Mind $elling

The New Secret to Closing the Sale and Winning the Customer for Life

Heart & Mind $elling by Samuel D. Allman
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In the Age of Google, speed dating, and ever-shorter attention spans, Sam Allman is an expert in a vital life skill: how to create meaningful human contact. In his book Heart & Mind Selling the acclaimed 'Sales Love Doctor' shows readers how to significantly increase sales and retain customers by learning how to connect with their emotions and thought processes. After reading Allman's book, readers won't just close sales. They'll build mutually satisfying, long-term relationships. Sam Allman is an internationally recognized motivational speaker, consultant, trainer, salesman, and author. For almost two decades Allman has been one of the most in-demand sales speakers, delivering high content, customized, inspiring programs in areas such as leadership, customer service, management development, team building, retail sales, and personal quality management. He has developed training department "universities" for major corporations that have helped companies produce profits.
Electronic & Database Publishing, Inc.; January 2006
97 pages; ISBN 9781933631325
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Title: Heart & Mind $elling
Author: Samuel D. Allman
 
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