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A few years ago I was offered a short-term position as a radio ad salesperson; to prepare for that job I visited my favorite bookstore and found a copy of the book “The Accidental Salesperson” by Chris Lytle. It’s been one of the best investments I ever made for my career.
Lytle uses unorthodox methods to make his points, including suggestions for movies to watch on how to NOT be a successful salesperson. And like a good preacher, he finds lessons in all kinds of situations, including an airport shoe shine man.
Make sure you read all the way to the end of the book – there’s a special section on Chris’ website that is accessible only to readers of the book.
And if you’re thinking “But I’m not a salesperson”, remember, everybody is a salesperson in some part of their life. While the book is geared towards advertising sales, it can be translated to other types of marketing.
This is a great system, and Chris also offers marketing emails several times a week, that are also helpful.
If you need a good boost in your sales career, find this book and buy it. At about $18, it’s worth every penny. Buy it, read and study it, and get the system in gear. You’ll be glad you did.

Author: Beth R - Categories: marketing,time and money

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