If, like us, you believe that books written by people who walk the talk,
that is - people with "muddy boots" (or in the case of Simon "bloody
fists") are valuable then you'll love what Simon has to share.
Having worked in and trained people in sales and selling for years now there are a few books which I refer to constantly and which I constantly recommend to others – “Bare Knuckle... Read morePublished 11 months ago by John McKinstry, author of Anger in the Office
Great read with simple ideas but well presented in a methodical manner. A must read for everyone in sales, if it gives you one idea to implement and see results it is worth it.Published 22 months ago by ashwin kotadia
i liked thought it was really worth a read- if interested in sales this book has some good points- try for yourselfPublished 24 months ago by custermer
very good book for anyone learning how to sell
the author did a great job explaining different stage of a selling process.
will recommend to new comer
Does what it says in the title. Practical common sense advice. There is no magic solution, just hard work and dogged determination. Filled with interetsing practical examples. Read morePublished on 3 Oct. 2011 by SimonC
I'm sold. No, really! I really enjoyed Simon's breakdown of the process into 10 steps; for years, the mere thought of selling myself seemed... well... wrong. Read morePublished on 30 Mar. 2010 by Daniel Scott
Just a few words to say that this book is straight from the shoulder and out in the real world. Having read many books over forty yrs in sales I had no hesitation in recommending... Read morePublished on 30 Mar. 2010 by Amazon Customer
I first came across Simon Hazeldine when I bought his book Bare Knuckle Negotiating. I thought it was excellent. Bare Knuckle Selling is in a very similiar vein. Read morePublished on 29 Mar. 2010 by Joseph Buglass
These days, virtually everybody needs to know how to sell effectively in order to get what they want. Read morePublished on 24 Mar. 2010 by Robert Greenshields