Unlimited Selling Power: How to Master Hypnotic Selling Skills

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Prentice-Hall, 1990 - Business & Economics - 269 pages
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You can easily achieve outstanding success when you apply the simple, yet remarkably effective, sales techniques revealed in this book. Sophisticated and easy-to-apply, these techniques are based on the gently hypnotic patterns of speech and gesture that all 'born' salespeople habitually use to build customer trust, melt resistance and quickly close sales. The techniques are so subtle, so natural and so convincing that few people are even of them or recognize their hypnotic power.

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The authors of this work believe top salespeople can be developed by applying the principles of hypnosis to sales presentations. They give a brief history of hypnosis and describe how it has been used ... Read full review

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All who are great in their craft are masters at the fundamentals. He teaches fundamentals, but goes beyond that into more advanced nonverbal communication and influence. This is a great book for those ... Read full review



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Dr. Donald J. Moine is a well-known convetion speaker and sales psychologist who has taught sales hypnosis to over 200 of America's top sales "superstars." Dr. Moine also writes sales script books and sales trainign films for Fortune 500 companies. Dr. Donald Moine is President of the Association of Human Achievement in Rolling Hills Estates, California.

Dr. Kenneth Lloyd is an Organizational Development Consultant who runs his own management consulting firm in Sherman Oaks, California. He co-wrote an award winning film on communication, and he has a number of television scripts to his credit.

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