Sugar Hill, GA (PRWEB) April 25, 2016
Max Kopsho author of the Art and Science of The Art and Science of Da Vinci Sales: The 7 Keys to Selling Leonardo, award winning technical industry trainer, sales guru and Sugar Hill, GA resident launches a new type of sales development book and pledges 50% of the book’s profits to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society.
In the book: The Art and Science of Da Vinci Sales – The 7 Keys to Selling Like Leonardo Max uses 7 key principles of Leonardo Da Vinci to help people grow in sales and to grow their sales team. As chief architect, inventor, and product manager there is no question that Leonardo Da Vinci was incredibly successful. He was also undeniably successful in applying his knowledge and skills in technology sales for the largest industry of the time - war. This book explores how to apply the sales principles developed by one of the most brilliant and creative minds in history. http://www.davincisales.com
Read this book to discover what it takes to blend art and science to provide unique sales solutions.
Max was inspired to make this pledge because the book was edited by his wife Christine. She is a four time cancer victor. Max states “If you learn nothing else from this book please learn that a bone marrow transplant can save a life (like it did for my wife)” He continues; “Christine received her bone marrow donation from an unmatched and unrelated donor straight off the Be The Match registry. The registration process is an easy cheek swab. Many people on the recipient waiting list are simply waiting for people to go through a simple registration and infusion process so they can use their life saving stem cells.”
About Be The Match: Saving a life doesn’t have to be painful or expensive. Saving a life simply takes a small first step. Consider registering today at http://www.bethematch.org, this might save someone’s best friend, lifelong companion, mother of four and all around great person. http://www.bethematch.org
About LLS:. LLS is the largest voluntary cancer research agency specifically focused on finding cures and better treatments for blood cancer patients. Blood cancers are part of a group of "orphan diseases" with small markets and limited profit potential which means very little funding from the large pharmaceutical companies and trending support organizations. Every year over 160,000 people who are newly diagnosed with blood cancer now count on everyday people to help find a cure. http://www.lls.org
50% of the profits for this book will be donated to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in honor of Christine Kopsho and in memory of Brad Weber (an Atlanta based audiovisual industry veteran who lost his courageous battle against Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia in September of 2014.)
Contact Max at max(at)grAVITationTECH.com or 678-314-5258 or purchase the book at http://www.davincisales.com