Memoirs of an Impurfect Salesman: Truths Taught Through Forty Years of Experience

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Trafford Publishing, Nov 27, 2012 - Self-Help - 102 pages

Memoirs of an Impurfect Salesman: Truths Taught through Forty Years of Experience is a must read for any new or prospective salesperson. The book will help all achievers avoid the pitfalls of life and embrace the keys to success. Each chapter is recapped with Chips Tips from life lessons learned. Independent Manufactures Representatives must read chapter 5 and pay particular attention to Seven Year/Seven Sinful Sales Situations (5Ss). Seasoned salespeople, sales managers, and the public will gain real insight into a salesmans life through some very humorous and unique situations. This book will make for fun and informative reading for any sales force or anybody. For once, a sales book with cartoons and pictures to hold your interest! Memoirs chronicles a humorous sales career autobiography. Despite lifelong physical challenges, Chip Carroll was able to enjoy a rewarding sales and personal life that spanned four decades. During this time, he earned many sales awards, traveled extensively, and enjoyed a fair degree of freedom. In 1989, he started his own sales firm called Health Sales Consultants, Inc. This autobiography was written with family, friends, and former business associates in mind. It was written with love for his daughter, was inspired by his son, and is dedicated to his wife.

 

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Contents

Dedication
Chapter III
The Gaymar Years
Chapter V
Conclusion
Copyright

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Chip Carroll was born in 1947 and spent all but the first seven years of his life in New Jersey. He graduated from Haddon Heights High School and earned his BA Degree in Business Administration from Elon College/ University in North Carolina. Despite lifelong physical challenges, his successful sales career spanned thirty-eight years in the medical field, where twenty-six years was spent as a self-employed manufactures representative. For twenty years he was a member of the Health Industry Representatives' Association (HIRA). He is now retired.

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