How to Master the Art of Selling Anything Program. It’s astonishing. Just by using certain words and strategies, you can get almost everything you want in life. But not all selling techniques are equal. If you want the power to influence and persuade people to almost always say “Yes” to your requests then it makes sense to specifically discover the selling techniques of champions. Imagine, knowing the words, the lines, the techniques, the closes and tactics of the top 5% of salespeople in America! If you had this insight you could radically change your life, explode your income and live the life of your dreams. And there’s no one more qualified to teach you those skills than Tom Hopkins, the builder of sales champions.
This book is loaded with 82 ways to improve your career. Tom teaches proven motivational and inspirational techniques that will help you achieve your goals. Learn how to take control with a positive attitude that allows you to overcome worry, set priorities, develop self-discipline and pave the way for deep, personal happiness. Hammered out and polished through 18 years of new opportunities, Tom’s witty examples and insights will put you on an exciting path to your own personal success. Introduction by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale.
Mainstream-swing-to-bop's the thing on the two 1960 Swingville gems paired here, both of which feature one of the foremost Basieites on tenor saxophone, George "Buddy" Tate. Tate (1913-2001), whose big-toned blues mastery is his longtime calling card, is an integral part of a lively quintet date led by Claude Hopkins (1903-1984), the first of three fine albums the pianist-composer-bandleader would pilot for Swingville.