Sales Dogs: You Don't Have to be an Attack Dog to Explode Your Income (Rich Dad's Advisors (Paperback)) Paperback – 22 Mar 2012
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For more than two decades, Blair Singer has empowered people around the world to go beyond their ordinary selves and reach peak performance rightfully earning him a worldwide reputation as an expert in sales, business and personal growth. A dynamic, in-demand public speaker, trainer and coach, Singer has the unique ability to get people and organizations to shake up the status quo, change behaviors and achieve unprecedented results. Spanning 20 countries on five continents his clients range from Fortune 100 companies to small business owners, entrepreneurs, sales teams and just regular folks while his programs touch hundreds of thousands of people globally each year. He applies the same tried and true principals that work for big corporations and successful entrepreneurs to the Business of Everyday Life helping individuals hungry for greater success. As one of Robert Kiyosaki's original Rich Dad Advisors, Singer imparts two of the most critical skills and elements for success in business (and in life): being able to sell your idea, dream or concept and to build a great team to deliver it. His unique slant however is that the road to success is paved through personal development and knowing how to overcome the limitations and obstacles that arise both personally and within groups. He is the author of three best-selling books: SalesDogs: You Don't Have to be an Attack Dog to Explode your Income; The Team Code of Honor, and his latest book, "Little Voice Mastery: How to Win the War Between Your Ears in 30 seconds or Less -- and Have an Extraordinary Life!". Singer is co-founder and CEO of SalesPartners Worldwide(TM), a dynamic sales and personal growth training company deployed in over fifteen countries made up of professional mentors and business builders who work one-on-one with businesses and corporations to help them achieve double-digit growth in any economy. Around the world, he is considered the "teacher of teachers" in the world of personal development training and business education having created hundreds of training programs and trained thousands of individuals worldwide to replicate their expertise using his unique brand of high impact teaching methodology. "While working with Blair we increased our insurance premium sales by over 600 million dollars while more than doubling our recruiting efforts..." -Jason Tyne, World Financial Group Blair Singer is a great communicator, a great teacher and a great human being. Like he says, when it comes to winning, it's all about mastering your "Little Voice." -Robert Kiyosaki, Rich Dad Poor Dad, author, teacher and entrepreneur
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"Bow," where's the "WOW," toss me the meaty bone; not a few scraps. At first, I was entertained by this book. Then, as I began diverting more attention to the content and focus of the book, I felt let down.
I had just finished reading Mr. Kiyosaki's Four Quadrants, a spectacular book. I was expecting the same quality. Unfortunately, this book is not focused enough. It lacks the 'quality quotient' from the previous books I had read from the Rich Dad/Poor Dad Series.
In a positive tone, I learned quite a bit from his imagery of comparing sales traits to different types of dogs. The book provided great exercises that were easy to follow and they worked for changing my sales performance! It also provided me with a quick and easy reference about how to utilize and differentiate sales people responding in different situations.
However, do not rely on this book. It misses quite a few important elements for sales that are relevant to the introduction provided by Mr. Kiyosaki, and the theme of this book. Continue the learning process about how to be a great salesperson.
Also gives great advice on that managing a sales team every manager should know!
Great book! Must read!