Destin, Florida (PRWEB) August 22, 2012
Apparently, even internationally known motivational gurus need someone to guide them, initially, on their own path to success, and for Tony Robbins that early mentor was Edward Harding, who has just released “The Lost Art of Direct Sales” through Bush Publishing. Robbins has written the book’s foreword for the man who taught him sales and the power of influence as a teenager, and Harding now seeks to pass along his hard-earned wisdom, gained from a lifetime in sales, to readers world-wide.
Harding’s own successes – running the gamut from direct sales to financing to real estate investment and management - are nearly as impressive as his protégé’s. As Robbins says of the lessons espoused in the book, “These rules of influence are timeless and classic.”
While there are motivational chapters in “The Lost Art of Direct Sales”, the book is chiefly focused on the “art” of selling. It’s a profession Harding is openly honored to be a part of, and while he is a devout believer in sales as a career of service, he doesn’t refrain from pointing out, more than once, that it also happens to be the “highest paid profession in the world.”
Having personally mentored Robbins along with many others, Harding considers the passing along of his knowledge, and the book itself, to be a way of giving back, or as he puts it, “In order to keep it, you have to give it away.”
Altruism aside, “The Lost Art of Direct Sales” is for sale, of course, and some folks are already sold. Dan Vega, known as “America’s #1 results guy”, calls the book “the most complete and practical sales guide I have ever read.”
For more on “The Lost Art of Direct Sales” and its current release, visit http://www.bushpublishing.com.
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