Life in Half a Second

Every so often, a book comes along that challenges your perspective - a blend of business, philosophy, art, and science.

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The Innovation Code

Innovation happens when we bring together people of contrasting experience, opinion, and perspective.

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The Machine

The Machine is one of the most important sales book ever written.vIt describes how Sales Process Engineering (SPE) is used to transform the sales function

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The Sales Development Playbook

If you are an aspiring SDR, new to the role, or find yourself in a related management position, then The Sales Development Playbook is the most comprehensive book on the subject.

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The 10x Rule

Cardone gets some stick for being an aggressive salesman, but I don't understand why. The man is brilliant, constantly working, sharing his mindset

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6 months to 6 figures

6 months to 6 figures challenges our values and beliefs as engrained from a young age. Voogd argues that a childhood lacking in financial understanding leads to a poor

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The Lost Art of Closing: Winning the Ten Commitments That Drive Sales

Written by my friend Anthony Iannarino, this book is the sequel to

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The No.1 Best Seller

I can't review my own book, so leave it to James Muir, author of The Perfect Close...

"Imagine having dinner with a few sales pros that are absolutely the

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Hyper-Connected Selling

How does a salesperson create value and stay relevant in a world where information is a commodity and technology is everywhere?

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The Sale’s Manager’s Guide to Greatness

“Learning how to sell is easy,” a sales manager once told Kevin F. Davis. The much harder challenge, he continued,

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Whale Hunting with Global Accounts

When selling into big accounts, there are several questions that need answering. How do I research my customer? What depth of

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The Lean Startup

The Lean Startup begins with the author accepting his Startup was doomed to fail. Eric Ries reflects on his failings and shares how he learnt to fix them.

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