$100M Offers (2021) is a guide to creating Grand Slam Offers – big-ticket products or services that sell themselves. By breaking down the psychology of pricing and perceived value, Alex Hormozi teaches readers how to differentiate and optimize their offer until it’s irresistible.
Unreasonable Hospitality (2022) illustrates how surpassing expectations can take your service-based business to the next level. Through a collection of anecdotes and firsthand experiences, it imparts valuable insights into customer service, as well as employee management.
The 1-Page Marketing Plan (2018) is a streamlined, step-by-step framework for developing your own customized marketing strategy. With only one page, businesses can build and implement a marketing plan that attracts new customers and drives growth.
How to Grow Your Small Business (2023) is your six-step flight plan to guide your business as it takes off. When Don Miller started to take his business to the next level, he realized no-one had written a reliable, step-by-step playbook for growth. Since then, his small home content business has expanded into a $20 million dollar company, so he wrote the book he wished he’d had.
The Psychology of Selling (2004) will school you in the psychology of consumption. These blinks reveal the techniques used by outstanding salespeople – techniques that you can use to increase your sales performance in any market.
Free Prize Inside (2004) provides practical answers to one of the most pressing questions facing marketers, entrepreneurs, and business owners today: In a world where people no longer pay attention to traditional advertising, how can you stand out from the crowd and reach your audience? Seth Godin shows that by tapping into the power of small-scale innovations, you can make your product, service, or company so remarkable, it will generate enough buzz to break through the noise of modern life.
New Sales. Simplified. (2012) is a guide for those charged with finding new business. It takes a look at the fundamentals and offers actionable advice and techniques to the aspiring new business salesperson.
Talk Triggers (2018) reminds us of a truth so obvious it’s often forgotten: nothing drives customers through your doors as effectively as word-of-mouth recommendations. The trick is to strategically steer the conversation your way with carefully crafted talking points that set you apart from the competition. In these blinks, you’ll learn how to do this.
To Sell Is Human explains how selling has become an important part of almost every job, and equips the reader with tools and techniques to be more effective at persuading others.
Profit First (2014) lays out the practical steps entrepreneurs can take to immediately see a positive difference in their bank accounts. These blinks explain how traditional accounting stands between businesses and the profits their owners dream of, and proposes a new approach that guarantees consistent profitability.
Marketing Made Simple (2020) is a handy guide to growing your brand. This practical manual teaches a five-point system for effectively funneling new customers to your business.
The Sales Advantage (2003) is a practical guide to closing more sales. Based on a popular corporate training program, it offers a step-by-step framework of the sales process, with tools and principles for identifying new prospects and converting them into returning customers.
In The Greatest Salesman in the World, you’ll learn the unconventional secrets to becoming the best salesperson you can be. It turns out that the path to reaching sales targets doesn’t actually involve studying salesbooks or copying the methods of others. Rather, it’s about developing healthy habits and becoming a better person overall.
The Millionaire Real Estate Agent (2004) is your guide to success in the real estate business. These blinks detail practical strategies for building a real estate empire from the ground up and keeping it profitable.
Sales Management. Simplified. (2016) takes a critical look at today’s troubled sales departments and offers a comprehensive plan on how to inject energy and vitality into your sales team. It runs through the most common and chronic problems and provides practical advice that any manager can follow to avoid pitfalls and turn a sleepy sales department into a strong and unified team.
Follow Up and Close the Sale (2020) unpacks the psychology behind why buyers buy and the power of the follow-up to make more sales. It explores tried and true selling techniques for any sales situation, providing tools anyone can use to close the sale.
Sales strategies have changed. Instead of shilling “one-size-fits-all” products, today’s top sales reps excel by providing a customized solution to a unique problem. To do this, these sales reps follow the “challenger” selling model. In this book you’ll learn what this model is and how it can revolutionize your sales organization.
Selling with Noble Purpose (2013) is about finding the right balance between making money and doing something meaningful with your life. It allows you to reframe your work by focusing your intention on the customer and how they truly benefit from your product. It’s a perspective that also keeps employees happier, more motivated and effective. Selling doesn’t have to be focused on profits and greed; it can also be about making the world a better place.
The Science of Selling (2016) is a detailed handbook on the science of making a sale. Combining insights from neuroscience and social psychology, this guide presents an evidence-based approach to making a convincing pitch.
The Sell (2015) teaches you how to become a top seller in any business – and how to get ahead in business and life, too! The book is based on the author's own experiences of working his way up to becoming the number one real estate agent in New York City. Being successful isn't just about getting ahead at work – it's about living a positive and healthy life as well. These blinks will teach you how.
SPIN Selling (1988) distills the author’s 12 years of research and 35,000 sales calls into a coherent and applicable sales strategy that is guaranteed to bring success to any diligent salesperson. You’ll learn why traditional sales methods are limited while exploring the benefits of the SPIN strategy when approaching small and large sales opportunities.
Every Job Is a Sales Job (2019) outlines why the art of selling is integral to your career, regardless of your profession. These blinks explore the benefits of integrating sales techniques into your daily interactions, and explain how to uncover hidden opportunities for selling.
New Strategic Selling (1995) teaches you how to close sales in the most positive, beneficial way for both you and your buyer. Long-term success in sales is all about building relationships, satisfying your customers and identifying the key factors that influence the sale, and these blinks will set you on your way.
Fanatical Prospecting (2015) is full of home truths and tips and tricks designed to help salespeople up their game – it’s the ultimate no-nonsense guide to salesmanship. The message is simple: If you want to make it as a sales superstar, you have to keep your pipeline full of leads. After all, no one’s going to hit a home run if they haven’t even made it up to the plate. Achieving this approach is exactly what these blinks will teach you how to do.
The Heart of the Deal (2017) offers ambitious real estate agents guidance on how to make it in the industry. It’s packed with examples from the author’s own experiences so that you too can learn how to win over clients and achieve similar levels of success.
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They Ask You Answer (2017) describes a transformative new marketing philosophy. Rather than relying on flashy ads and keyword-stuffed articles, author Marcus Sheridan encourages companies to embrace quality online content that truly seeks to educate customers and win their trust.
Predictable Revenue (2014) breaks open the secrets of the hugely successful SalesForce.com. You can’t bid for more investment if your future sales are a mystery, so follow the steps in these blinks to anatomize and optimize your salesforce and create real – and forecastable – leads that keep on coming.
Branding Between the Ears (2021) explores how marketers can apply the latest scientific insights to their branding strategy. It explores how the human brain responds to advertising, and how consumers really make the decision to buy or not to buy.
The Ultimate Sales Machine offers twelve key strategies for improving how we do business, as well as other methods and tools to help you work smarter and more effectively in all aspects of your business, from management to marketing and sales.
Objections (2019) explores the secrets behind turning around common sales objections. Drawing on insights from both the business world and psychology, it shows how you can transform even the most reluctant prospect into an eager buyer.
What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School (1984) is an introduction to everything your professors don’t and can’t teach you at business school. Learn tips and tricks that only people with real job-market experience have in their arsenal, like how to make a good impression and how to leverage the concept of fear when making sales.
The Art of Influencing Anyone provides detailed information on how to influence people to do what you want. An invaluable read for salespeople, it is also useful for anyone who wants to learn how to sound more convincing and persuasive.
Flip The Script (2019) helps you up your sales and negotiation game. Sales is all about the art of persuasion but we all know that nobody likes to feel manipulated. In order to sell your idea or product in today’s world, your buyers need to feel like they’re making that decision on their own terms. Flip The Script provides techniques that allow you to subtly convince anyone that your idea is the right one.
Based on decades of research and the results of a massive, government-funded forecasting tournament, Superforecasting (2015) describes how to make your predictions more accurate, whether you’re trying to anticipate changes in the stock market, politics or daily life.
Coaching Salespeople into Sales Champions (2008) is the sales manager’s guide to coaching salespeople and learning how to build powerful connections among your sales force. You’ll learn how to empower your team, let go of your fears and become a highly effective sales coach.
Brainfluence (2012) explores the unconscious thoughts and motivations that influence our decision-making process, and offers tips and tricks on how savvy marketers can exploit them. By understanding the mechanisms that cause us to buy (or not buy), you can increase your sales while keeping your customers happier.
By drawing from brain research and innovative marketing techniques, Neuromarketing (2002) offers insights into how we make buying decisions. Understanding the brain’s ancient decision-making processes will equip you with the tools necessary to close deals and motivate people.
Words That Work (2007) is a guide to getting your point across more efficiently and effectively. These blinks explain the power of language and how it can help you in any number of situations, from business to political discussions to getting out of a traffic ticket.
Never Lose A Customer Again (2018) is full of sage advice for businesses seeking to provide superior customer experience. Whether your business is big or small, global or local, author Joey Coleman has got some words of wisdom for you. In addition to explaining why customer experience is so important, he details the many ways it gets overlooked. As Coleman makes clear, understanding the desires, fears and emotions of your customers will allow you to retain them and benefit from their support – and that will pay off in the form of major dividends.
In Agile Selling, you’ll discover how to boost your productivity and learn to thrive in any kind of sales environment. The book explores the strategies of great salespeople and how they adapt to new circumstances, and offers practical advice on how you too can become more adaptive in your business.
Services represent a significant and growing portion of the modern economy, yet marketing them remains a mystery. Selling the Invisible (1997) serves as a guide for promoting the intangible. It outlines how to set up a marketable service company, and how that business can then be advertised and promoted.
Considered one of "Ten Books Every Salesperson Should Own and Read" by the Dale Carnegie Sales Advantage Program, The Sales Bible (1994, revised 2015) is a classic tome of sales strategy. The book takes an indepth look at the sales practices and techniques the author himself mastered to achieve lasting success in sales.
Pricing For Profit (2013) is a practical strategy guide for pricing. These blinks use real world business examples to paint a comprehensive picture of how to optimize your pricing and maximize your profits.
It’s hard to sell to people that you don’t know. Buyer Personas (2015) gives you the tools you need to truly understand your customers – their motivations, their quirks, their reservations – so that you can fine-tune your messaging to become a maximally effective seller.
Predictive Analytics (2016) provides a helpful introduction to a complex and fascinating field. Learn how data gets crunched so that people can make more informed decisions, a practice that has drastically altered the way the world conducts its research and runs its businesses. Siegel offers an enlightening glimpse at the wide-ranging areas that have been forever changed, from marketing to health care, banking to artificial intelligence.
This book shows you how to craft messages and ideas that stick in the minds of your audience because they are Popular, Original and Pithy. Author Sam Horn offers a highly adaptable and systematic approach to creating pitches, titles and taglines that grasp people’s attention and win them over to your brand, product or idea.
Smart Calling (2010) is all about the art of cold calling, an important business practice that even seasoned salespeople dread. Many of us tend to associate cold calling with call center cubicles, boredom or manipulative strategies – but it doesn’t have to be this way. These blinks explain how you can overcome the challenges of cold calling to create a more pleasant and fulfilling experience for both you and your prospective customer, funder or employer.
The Strategy and Tactics of Pricing (2010) reveals the fundamental importance of how you price your products. By exposing common misconceptions, explaining the three dimensions of effective pricing and the five steps you can take to achieve it, these blinks are an essential guide to maximizing your profits through clever pricing.
UnMarketing (2009) lays out a new approach to marketing that goes beyond typical methods like cold calling and ads. These blinks explain how, with the help of new, more sophisticated tools, businesses can build relationships with their customers to engage them in a more natural and effective way.
Connect (2015) lays out the most effective ways to use LinkedIn’s potential to kick-start your marketing success. With the help of case studies, you’ll learn how to use LinkedIn as a valuable sales tool, host great webinars and turn your enthusiastic audience into new clients.
Guy Kawasaki’s Enchantment teaches you how to change the hearts, minds and actions of the people around you, turning them into spirited advocates of your cause. It also provides key steps on the path to building a lasting fascination with your product and company, as well as useful advice on how to resist the enchantment of others.
Selling to Big Companies (2006) closely examines the ins and outs of dealing with corporate decision-makers. From making an initial contact to developing your sales pitch, this book will give you all the tools you need to sell to big companies.
These blinks explain how compensation can be optimized to motivate sales representatives and ensure the growth of the company. It offers advice on finding the right people, crafting a strong sales compensation plan that drives your team to hit their targets, and implementing that plan effectively.
The Long Tail challenges existing notions of the market and the entertainment industry by looking at the massive influence of the internet on the economy. Due to new modes of content creation and distribution, it can be more profitable to offer a large number and wide variety of products that appeal to niche consumer groups rather than one certain “hit,” e.g., a blockbuster or bestselling book.
Conversations That Sell (2013) reveals the changing nature of sales as its focus shifts away from waxing lyrical about a product to demonstrating a commitment to the needs of the buyer. From preparation to problem solving, these blinks guide you to a winning sales conversation and a strong sales career.
Targeted (2014) takes you on a journey from the early days of internet advertising to today’s complex online ad exchanges. On the way, the author reveals the vital importance of harnessing the power of Search Engine Marketing or SEM to target the consumers you need to make your company grow.
Insight Selling (2014) sheds light on new techniques for salespeople to win even more sales by setting up scenarios that enlighten the buyer and build trust. By using “insight scenarios,” a sales team can not only solidify sales relationships but also significantly increase sales volumes!
In Truth, Lies and Advertising (1998), leading account planner Jon Steel shares an insider’s insight into the world of advertising. For Steel, the creation of great ads is all about understanding the consumer, and his compelling behind-the-scenes anecdotes illustrate the role account planners play in developing a successful campaign.
How To Make A Killing On Kindle provides a simple step-by-step marketing strategy that will enable you to get your e-book onto Amazon's top-ten bestseller list (in your category) in a matter of weeks.
In Your First 1000 Copies, Tim Grahl outlines a step-by-step guide to his connection strategy for authors. He reveals how you can create a platform to find your audience and keep them in the loop so they’ll buy your next book. Packed with vital information on how to keep readers interested in your work with good online content and how to sell without being sleazy, Your First 1000 Copies is a must read for any aspiring or established author.
Free (2010) explains how, with the advent of the digital marketplace, our understanding of traditional economics is turned on its head. It shows how twenty-first century business has changed in an unprecedented way, and how in order to succeed we need to totally rethink our understanding of the flow of money. It explains why we need to let go of our old beliefs and accept this new business model, where free must be the starting point. Most importantly, the author shows how there are still plenty of ways to make money from ‘free’.
Analogies are powerful and persuasive tools of communication. They can deceive us, or lead us to the right conclusions. Shortcut is all about how analogies work, how to use them effectively and how to differentiate between the good and bad.
Trust Agents describes how anyone can use the web to become a trust agent – meaning someone who is well-versed in the tools of the web and who is very influential and trusted because of this.