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To Sell Is Human
To Sell Is Human | Daniel H. Pink
We're all in Sales now: we all spend time trying to persuade others to part with resources although most of the time we don't even realise it. Parents sell their kids on going to bed. Spouses sell their partners on mowing the lawn. We go online to sell ourselves on social media sites. In this new book Daniel Pink explores the ways in which we can all improve our sales skills, in every area of our lives.
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Humans love stories. So use a story to sell your next idea. Follow the Pixar Pitch… it‘s easy!

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To Sell Is Human | Daniel H. Pink

At Amazon meetings "Bezos includes one chair that remains empty. It's there to remind those assembled who's really the most important person in the room: the customer" - To Sell Is Human Daniel Pink

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The top six are on my to read list and the bottom six I have finished. I'm currently reading To Sell Is Human by Daniel H Pink

DebinHawaii Welcome to Litsy! 🎉📚🎉Hope you are enjoying it here! Check out @LitsyWelcomeWagon to get more connected. There are links to some great tips for navigating Litsy in the profile. 2y
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Incredible! Everyone, whether or not they‘re in traditional sales, should consider reading this book. I learned a lot I can apply to my daily life, not just at my job at Gap. I‘d recommend this for anyone who wants to see selling from a different perspective

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Meh. Sub-Gladwell, post-facto, pseudo-wisdom. I don't read a lot of these kinds of books but our VP Sales recommended it. Some of it was semi-interesting, but a lot of it was nice anecdotes shoehorned into a creaky premise.

Beckys_Books I couldn't sell water in a desert, thank goodness my job doesn't require it. 6y
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