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In good and bad times you can always make money selling stuff. If you are out on your own, running a small business or just trying to make a living, you should buy this book.

I've been trained by the best and spent years training others. Here is a simple guide to help you along the way.

The problem with most how to sales books is that they vomit a bunch of theory and big dumb fancy words and expect you to bask in all their wisdom. It makes sense to them because they have done it for years. But for the average Joe and Josephine like you, who has to make a living selling stuff without the help of a full time sales manager, it’s impossible.

Been there and done that. I have worked for Fortune Fifty companies like Procter & Gamble and Johnson & Johnson that have on-going sales training and with Mom & Pop outfits that can barely understand what it is they do themselves much less ever explain it to a new rep. They offer a choice of three training programs:
LOYO: Learn On Your Own
YOYO: You’re own Your Own
And the ever popular,
FIOFYBIITATYTYWFOEHLIKAWWS: Figure It Out for Yourself Because if I Try and Teach You, then You Will Realize Exactly How Little I Know About What We Sell.

Don't worry, my book explains it for you in detail.

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