Gameplan – 03/26/08

March 26, 2008printer version

Hot Sales Tips…

To earn the big bucks

I Need Your Help!

“I need your help” is the most powerful four words in the English language. This month I really do need your help. However, I am going to absolutely make it worth your while.As you may already know, we released my most recent book “The All-Star Sales Book” on March 1st and it is available online and in book stores everywhere. This book is an expanded version of “You Gotta Get in the Game” which is now in its 4th printing with over 100,000 copies sold worldwide. I added extensive updates in this new book and I give a lot of how to’s in all areas of life and business, especially sales. If you like “You Gotta Get in the Game”, you will love this new expanded version.

The following are three ways you can help:

Watch the short, one-minute book trailer http://www.vidlit.com/billycox/ and send it to everyone you know. Purchase a copy (preferably numerous copies, ha!) at your local book store or from Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, Borders.com, etc. The more orders received from different locations the better the book’s marketability. Your help will increase the ratings of the book and book stores will give it more visibility.Forward this email message on to everyone on your list… act today.

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Small Differences…

To improve your performance

Motivation

Motivation is choosing to do what you would rather not do. For example, motivated sales representatives will keep working an opportunity until it successfully results in a sale. Unmotivated sales representatives give multiple excuses and rationalizations for not taking actions that would eventually lead to a sale. Motivation is the key difference between those who create success and those who experience failure.

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Inspirational Insights…

To enhance your competitiveness:

My take on current events

Raise the Bar

This month’s current events section is dedicated to coaching legend John Wooden who recently fell at his home breaking his wrist and collarbone. John Wooden is now 97 years old and is a true example of someone who has lived an inspired life and consistently raised his own personal bar.

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Check out Billy’s website and free resources

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