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Refining the pitch: The salesman as everyman

The book ‘Nobody Wants to be a Sales Person, but Everyone is, How about You’ by Santhosh K Nair is beneficial for people who wish to excel in their respective professions.

Published: 07th March 2013 07:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th March 2013 11:15 AM   |  A+A-

The book ‘Nobody Wants to be a Sales Person, but Everyone is, How about You’ by Santhosh K Nair is beneficial for people who wish to excel in their respective professions.

Divided into three parts, the book discusses the tactics to become successful in one’s profession and in one’s life. The first part clearly demonstrates that everyone is a salesman.

The book begins with the story of Kumar and Parvathy and their newborn son Sharon. Within three months, Sharon understands the reality that if he needs something, he has to get attention and starts responding with a cute and innocent smile. When time passes, he grows into a better salesman. The graphical representations and quotes in boxes make it an easy read.

The book highlights how to bring qualitative improvement in life for a better tomorrow and indicates how the right kind of thought can change one’s life.

Parts II and III deal with quality aspects of life. Towards the end of the book, it establishes that to change one’s life, one needs to change his thoughts and act upon them.

In addition, the book chalks out a few tips for the general readers who want to taste success in life.

Santhosh K Nair is a motivational speaker and a member of the International Coach Federation, a certified practitioner, a coach of Neuro Linguistic Programming and a certified coach of the Law of Attraction. He has more than two decades of experience in sales. In the past 13 years, he has delivered over 800 motivational sessions in various countries.

Released this year by Power Publishers, the book is priced at `320.



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