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Black’s Friday Bulletin: So Much to Learn, So Little Time

AgileSellingSuffering from information overload? Jill Konrath’s new book can help you simplify things.

One of the best things about technology is how much information it puts at our fingertips. One of the most overwhelming aspects of technology? How much information it puts at our fingertips.

We’re all suffering from data overload. If you’re like most sellers, your head is spinning with everything you have to learn—new products and services, new technology, new positions, new competitors, new strategies … the list goes on and on.

So it was a real eye-opener for me to read Agile Selling, the new book by my colleague and friend, Jill Konrath.

A Must-Have for Your Sales Library

I thought Jill’s first two books—Selling to Big Companies and Snap Selling—would be very hard to top. But here she goes again, delivering another great book with searing content, in-your-face challenges, and specific, actionable ideas to catapult you to sales superstardom.

The beauty of this book is how quickly you’ll learn to assimilate all the new information that flies at us every day, and how to leverage that information for maximum impact. Jill outlines a rapid-learning plan to establish credibility with targeted and existing customers in just 30 days. (Yeah!)

The Value of Velocity

Can you really become an overnight sales expert? You bet. Jill has the recipe, and she’s sharing the secret sauce for sales success. Her style is conversational, yet compelling—grabbing your attention from the first sentence.

In AGILE SELLING, you’ll discover how to:

  • Rapidly absorb new information
  • Master new sales skills quickly
  • Leverage an agile mindset
  • Tap into crucial success habits

In a world of continuous change, your learning agility is key for getting up to speed quickly—and staying there.

Pre-order Agile Selling now!

It will be officially available on May 29th. Get the hardcover version through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Indie Bound. Or get the digital version for your Kindle or Nook.

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