I have never had a sales career directly, only peripherally. I tend to be a “glass is half full” type. Seeing the type of manipulation that goes on daily in life, as Sales Li(f)e ably shows, can help one to navigate life more successfully yet ethnically.
Since I started retail I have believed in this idea so strongly that everything in life is in some way a sale. This book put into words what I had always been thinking and went above and beyond. A great inspirational and motivational read!”
Ireally enjoyed reading your book and thought it had an abundance of useful information I could share with many of my classmates in my FBLA and VE program.”
It is a good tool to help us defend ourselves from all of tactics salesmen and marketing people apply to make us buy a lot of things that most of the times we don’t really need or want.”
This book was insightful and presented sales in a whole new light. Thanks for writing it and I am glad I found your website.”
It is a good tool to help us defend ourselves from all of tactics salesmen and marketing people apply to make us buy a lot of things that most of the times we don’t really need or want.
I feel there is a lot of valuable information in this book that I was not aware of until I read it. So naturally I wanted a few of my friends get the material as well.
There is a lot of wisdom in this book.”
I am in sales and see this type of material day in and day out, so it served as more of a rephrasing at times, or a way to review what I know. My friend read it who is not in sales, however, and he said there was a lot to be gained from it if you don’t already hear these concepts in sales training. Nice idea.”
The relation to sale and life is only a contextual one, pertaining to our current societies and practices, and while there is a certain amount of wisdom in acknowledging this fact, I think it is greatly unsane to invite this idea in our daily lives and to create a special place for it in our mind.
There is a dangerous semantic shift in this writing going from the word “sale” to the more general behaviour of intellectual exchange (without individual purposes at stake, like the comparison of rehearsed experiences), or the fundamental need to share with others.