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Jeffrey Gitomer's little red book of sales answers: 99.5 real world answers that make sense, make sales, and make money

Author: Gitomer, Jeffrey Publisher: Prentice Hall, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 202 p. : Ill. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 0131735365Type of document: BookNote: Cartoons by Randy Glasbergen
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Cartoons by Randy Glasbergen

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The Little Red Book of Sales Answers 99.5 Real World Answers That Make Sense, Make Sales, and Make Money Table of Contents PART ONE................................................................. p. 2-30 Personal Improvement That Leads to Personal Growth PART TWO.......................................................................... p . 31-55 Prospecting for Golden Leads and Making Solid Appointments PART THREE........................................................... p. 56-74 How to Win the Sales Battle AND the Sales War PART FOUR........................................................... p. 75-142 Sales Skill Building...One Brick at a Time PART FIVE............................................................ p. 143-178 Building the Friendship. Building the Relationship. Earning the Referral. Earning the Testimonial. Earning the Reorder. PART SIX.............................................................. p .179-192 Building Your Personal Brand PART SIX point FIVE............................................ p. 193-197 The Final AHA! The Little Red Book of Sales Answers Jeffrey Gitomer xi What do you want to know? PART ONE Personal Improvement That Leads to Personal Growth 1. What is the meaning of sales? 2. How do I become the successful person I dream about, and deserve to be? 3. How do I do my best every day? 4. How do I attain, achieve, and maintain a positive attitude? 5. How can I improve my humor? 6. How can I improve my creativity? 7. How can I improve my writing skills? 8. My company won't buy me a laptop. What should I do? 9. How do I get a mentor, and how do I build a relationship once I find one? 10. What causes my fear of failure, and how do I get over dejection caused by rejection? 11. What is the secret of worry-free living? 12. What books should be in my library? What are the best tapes and CDs to listen to in the car? 13. Should I change jobs? 14. Should I sign a non-compete? PART TWO Prospecting for Golden Leads and Making Solid Appointments 15. How do I make a cold call? 16. How can I STOP making cold calls and still make appointments? 17. How can I get around a lower-level person? 18. What is the best way to get information to a prospect? 19. What is the best way to get past the gatekeeper? xii Jeffrey Gitomer The Little Red Book of Sales Answers 20. What is the best way to get information on a prospect before a sales appointment? 21. What is the best way to set an appointment? 22. How do I find out who the real decision maker is? 23. What do I do when the prospect doesn't show for an appointment? 24. What do I do when the prospect lies? 25. What questions am I asking my prospects and customers that my competition isn't asking? 26. Why did the last five prospects say no? What am I doing about it? 27. Why did the last 10 prospects say yes? How am I building on that? PART THREE How to Win the Sales Battle AND the Sales War 28. What is the best way to approach a sale? 29. What are the two most killer questions in sales? 30. What are the three dumbest questions in sales? 31. What is the best way to control a phone conversation? 32. How do I get around the price objection? (Who brought up price anyway?) 33. What is the difference between a stall and an objection? 34. How can I prevent objections from occurring? 35. How do I recognize buying signals? What is the most powerful buying signal? 36. What is the best time and way to ask for the sale? 37. How do buyers decide, and what are buyers looking for? The Little Red Book of Sales Answers Jeffrey Gitomer xiii PART FOUR Sales Skill Building -- One Brick at a Time 38. Why do buyers not return my call? How do I get my calls returned? 39. What does the voice-mail message I leave say to my customers? 40. What is the best way to use the Internet to make sales? 41. Should I try to "type" the buyer? 42. What is the best way to prepare for a sales call? 43. Should I honor a "No Soliciting" sign? 44. What is the best way to beat the competition? 45. What is the best way to ensure I get a reorder? 46. What is the best way to follow up? 47. What are the best ways to add value? 48. What is "give value first"? 49. How can I create more valuable questions? 50. What is the "sale after the sale?" 51. Why do customers cancel? 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. What is the best way to get out of a slump? What are the biggest mistakes salespeople make? What are the fatal flaws of selling? What should a business lunch consist of? Should I golf for business? How? What should I say when the customer calls and he's mad as hell? How can I prevent the prospect from going with the lowest price? How can I make my proposal stand out? What is the best way to use testimonials? What do I say to my customer when my competition lies about me, my product, or my company? How do I beat "Call Reluctance?" xiv Jeffrey Gitomer The Little Red Book of Sales Answers 63. What kind of thank you note should I write? 64. 65. 66. 67. How excellent are my selling skills? What is the best way to make my quota every month? What is the best way to manage my time? Why do I quit so easy when the customer tells me, "No?" How long should I have hung in there? 68. What is the best way to double my sales this year? 69. Who is the most important person in the world? 70. How much time should I invest in promoting and positioning my business? 71. How am I helping my customers build their business? 72. What am I doing to earn my customers loyalty? 73. How vulnerable am I to our competition? 74. What do I need to learn to get ahead? What do I have to do to get ahead? PART FIVE Building the Friendship. Building the Relationship. Earning the Referral. Earning the Testimonial. Earning the Reorder. 75. How easy is it to do business with me? 76. How friendly are the employees at my company? How friendly is my boss? How friendly am I? 77. How can I establish rapport? 78. What is the best way to begin a relationship? 79. Where should I network? 80. How do I develop a powerful 30-second commercial? 81. How much time should I devote to networking? 82. What are the secrets of networking success? 83. How do I get better leads than anyone else? 84. How do I get testimonials? 85. How powerful is a testimonial in completing a sale? 86. What am I doing to prevent the loss of my best customers? The Little Red Book of Sales Answers Jeffrey Gitomer xv 87. Am I available to my customers when they need me? 88. What value am I bringing to my customer beyond my product and service? 89. Why will some customers leave? 90. How do I get more referrals? 91. What is the best way to approach and work a referral? 92. How many people are spreading my "word" for me? PART SIX Building Your Personal Brand 93. How can I differentiate myself from the competition? 94. How often am I in front of my customers? 95. What can I do to my Web site to entice my customers to buy from me? 96. What am I "known" for? 97. Are you a sales leader or a sales chaser? 98. What am I recognized as being the "THE BEST" at? 99. What do the leaders in my industry say about me? PART SIX point FIVE The Final AHA! 99.5 How much do I love what I do?

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