Should you read a book on sales before going to a job interview?
I am in sales. I get hired EVERY TIME I interview. I go into it as a cold sales call. I know details about the person interviewing me and I make a point to find out what they are looking for over the phone, then I get there and CLOSE THEM. So, why are job seekers not buying books on sales strategies?
I own my own business and negotiations books helped my sales pitch ten fold. After reading the book I was able to sale my product my cofidently and faster from tips from the book. I agree with you some self help books can help you with your craft. Good luck at your new job and congratulations.
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