You may not have the title of a salesperson, but you’ve been selling your whole life.
Parents spend countless hours trying to sell their kids on making their bed, doing their chores,
and studying for tests. Entrepreneurs spend significant time trying to convince the right people to
believe in their idea, so they can gain traction and advance their business. The bottom line is, all
of us, regardless of your job or influence, do some type of sales almost every day.
And here’s the catch – “every sale is the same.” At least in the words of Jordan Belfort.
And after reading his book "The Way of the Wolf- Straight Line Selling", I believe he’s on to something.
Now, obviously there’s a difference between a million-dollar sale and a one-dollar sale. I would be ecstatic if I landed a seven-figure deal for my business and would be extremely disappointed if someone were to offer me an old, scrunched up dollar for my service. However, what Jordan wants us to learn in his book is that the process of selling, not the end result, is always the same. From the opening to the close, the order which we sell should be the same if we want to take our sales success to a new level. This pertains to everyone, from the 40-year-old Mom of three to the starry-eyed young entrepreneur.
Jordan’s Straight Line Method is easy to learn and easy to use. The system emphasizes
goal-oriented communication where the end goal is always the same: raise your prospect’s
certainty to a high enough level where they will want to buy from you.
Here are the steps you need:
A good education is the most important thing in the information age. The current education system may not be providing all the valuable information a child needs. Robert T. Kiyosaki wrote this book to fill in the gaps to help your child giving the same inspiring and practical financial knowledge that his Rich Dad gave him. Rich Dad’s Rich Kid will guide you to awaken your child’s love for learning the same methods that Robert’s smart dad used to give him to help Robert stay in school. Robert had really bad grades and often wanted to drop out.
Rich Dad's Rich Kid will open the door of knowledge that you never knew existed, enabling you to pass down the skills. And also understanding your child will who will use these for the rest of his or her life.
Entrepreneurs sometimes live in a strange way, and Ray Kroc is one of those people. His revolution in franchising the food automation service and advertising have earned him a place in entrepreneur’s world. He founded McDonald's and opened his franchise when he was 52.
In this Amazing Book, there is the story of this business legend in his own words. You will go through irrepressible enthusiasm in here. This perceptive people-watcher and born storyteller will fascinate and inspire you in this book. This book will make you never forget Ray Kroc for his successful journey of McDonald's.
21 Year Old Entrepreneur