How do you convince customers and clients that your product and business offers them the value they need? By using The 5 Rules of Megavalue Selling.
Ninja Selling helps sales professionals gain the mental discipline, focus, lead-generation techniques, and relationship-building skills they need.
Heart and Sell helps sales professionals leverage their own emotions to tap into a higher and more engaging level of success.
The book, Selling at the Table, focuses on how to raise the amount each customer spends in your restaurant during a single visit.
Invisible Influence is the latest work to encourage readers, marketers, and business owners to look past data and attempt to get inside the consumer's mind.
If you're looking for a "Sales Bible," then the aptly named "Jeffrey Gitomer’s Sales Bible: The Ultimate Sales Resource" is going to be a must-read.
"From E-Commerce to Web 3.0: Entrepreneur Journeys" is a look at the rise of the million-dollar Internet business from the perspective of the owners who built it from their garages, their homes, and their coffee tables.
"Growing Small" offers a sort-of 90-day boot camp for small business owners who want a bigger return on their marketing investment.
"We Are Market Basket" is a true tale of a community's fight to save a family-owned grocery store. It's a business book that dispenses with textbook-like rules and instead provides a real-life business dilemma that one family faced and got help from an unexpected source.
If you're looking for great books on small business sales, look no further. This official Small Business Trends list of the best small business sales books for 2015 is one you will not want to miss. You'll find these books a help to your business today and in the future.