Close Deals Faster: The 15 Shortcuts of the Asher Sales Method by John Asher
John is the co-founder of Asher Strategies, a Washington D.C.-based sales advisory and training firm that has trained over 80,000 executives, salespeople and other customer-facing managers at over 2,000 companies in 22 countries.
Prior to that, John co-founded an engineering company that grew at a 42% per year growth rate compounded for 14 straight years. Along the way, the firm acquired seven other companies and John figured out what it takes to develop a fast-growing business where everybody in the company is in sales!
And interesting fact: John is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and was the captain of two nuclear-powered fast attack submarines.
The Host’s Perspective:
If you’re in sales or you have sales people working for you, have you ever wondered what the secret is of the top 20% elite performers versus the other 80% of average salespeople?
Well, it’s not because the elite 20% work harder. It’s because they work smarter and know just which things to focus amidst an ocean of advice on sales tactics, tips and techniques.
There are literally thousands of books on sales and selling, and dozens of sales training programs. You may be asking “how is this one different?”
Well, the author has 25 years of experience training over 80,000 sales people from 22 countries, producing significant, measurable results.
And he has read hundreds of books on selling and has attended all the major branded sales training programs. But to the author, each book and training program added value but still fell a bit short.
This book is the result of the author’s unending quest to create a robust, repeatable sales process for both business–to–business and business–to– government sales, and is applicable to very large companies as well as small and medium-sized businesses.
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