Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 10, 2008
"Selling in Tough Times", a new book by Linda Bishop, guides salespeople towards the art of making a sale even in the toughest of economic situations.
"This quick-read book tells salespeople how to cope with cautious customers, pricing pressures and shrinking budgets," says Bishop. "This book is for go-getters and motivated people looking for success, and for busy people who want a book without fluff and packed with information."
"Selling in Tough Times" (available online at http://www.TTBooks.Biz) illustrates the art of incremental change, allowing readers to make small changes in their strategy to ultimately reap big rewards.
Written by a salesperson who retired on commissions by the time she was 43, "Selling in Tough Times" is filled with practical information to be used on the sales floor. This includes pricing strategies, contacting busy but potentially good prospects, winning over lower-priced competitors, and structuring sales calls. "People who read a book are more likely to succeed in sales positions," Bishop says.
"Selling in Tough Times" retails for $9.95 and is available on the TT Books web site.
"'Selling in Tough Times' is a field manual for sales people looking to advance beyond their current level of performance," says Matt Wilson, president of Print Management Group. "Simple and to the point, this book is a great asset for communicating sound strategy and tactics to all levels of salespeople."
About Linda Bishop:
Linda Bishop was a commission salesperson for 17 years. By the time she was 43, she had earned enough money to retire. After a few years of leisure, she missed selling and started Thought Transformation. Thought Transformation is a national organization helping busy people grow sales through a combination of tools, training and tactics. For more information, please visit http://www.TTBooks.biz.