How to Be a Sales Superstar: Break All the Rules and Succeed While Doing It

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Home Based and Small Business Ideas. Most kids want to grow up to be policemen, firemen, professional athletes, singers, actors, lawyers, and doctors. Not too many kids grow up dreaming of being a superstar salesperson. I have never witnessed children playing car dealership. When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? How did that turn out for you?

How to Be a Sales Superstar: Break All the Rules and Succeed While Doing It

The good news is that the profession of sales can wind up being a lot better than your childhood dreams. Most people back into sales as a career rather than choose it. I call people like myself who have found themselves in sales careers reluctant salespeople. Even though you picked up this book and maybe even bought it, there is a good possibility that you may not be that excited about sales at this moment. My hope is that this book will propel many to become sales superstars. I know what it s like to put blood, sweat, and tears into a sales profession.

Those tears can often be from pain as well as joy. My wish for you is that you have a lot more tears of joy than pain. I respect, honor, and give a salute to all salespeople who give their ethical best everyday. I want to thank the team at Wiley for bringing this book to life. I especially want to thank Matt Holt for believing that this would be a signifi cant project and not just another book on sales. Thanks to Christine Moore for her countless hours of editing and making me look good. Also, thanks to Christine Kim and the whole marketing department and anyone else I might have missed. Thanks to my assistant, Jaclyn Moreland for fi nding all my mistakes and putting up with me, my businesses, and all my wild ideas and projects.

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Thanks to Ellen Neuborne who acted as my coach, editor, and friend during this project. Ellen spent countless hours reading, reviewing, and coaching me and my writing. Thanks to all the mentors and people I have learned from, too numer-ous to mention here. If I were to mention them all individually, it would fi ll up this whole book. I have never believed that anyone is truly a self - made person. We are all a collection of ideas, teachings, and experiences involving others. A special thanks to my family for their love and support. Without my family, this book or nothing else I have ever accomplished could have hap-pened.

Thanks to my wife Kim, my daughter Erin, and son Jake. I was lucky to have parents that always believed in and supported me. God blessed me with great parents. Mom and Dad, I miss you daily. A special thanks to my brother Gary Tewart. A great brother and mentor, you taught me great lessons in both your life and your death.

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Gary, I miss you greatly. The odds are pretty good that you never said this as a kid. Most kids want to grow up to be policemen, fi remen, professional athletes, singers, actors, lawyers, and doctors. Not too many kids grow up dreaming of being a superstar salesperson. I have never witnessed children playing car dealer-ship. When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? How did that turn out for you? Many college graduates don t even wind up in the fi eld that their degree is in.

The good news is that the profession of sales can wind up being a lot better than your childhood dreams. Most people back into sales as a career rather than choose it. Although that s not ideal, it s certainly okay, as that s the way that I and many others became salespeople. I call people like myself who have found themselves in sales careers reluctant salespeople. When you started your job, you probably weren t calling all of your friends and jumping up and down shouting that you had just gotten a position in sales.

How to Be a Sales Superstar: Break All the Rules and Succeed While Doing It

Even though you picked up this book and maybe even bought it, there is a good possibility that you may not be that excited about sales at this moment. Not very many people are. Every year, polls and studies list sales as one of the least desired career paths. Very few colleges or techni-cal schools have courses for selling. Most businesses don t offer formalized ongoing education for their salespeople. Jay Abraham.

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