New York, NY (PRWEB) November 22, 2013
“ASK and You Shall Succeed!”— a code of professional conduct and powerful sequential formula that promotes an undeniable aura of success. Appearance, speech, and knowledge are the universal barometers in the court of public opinion. The Master Closer and the Super Salesman carefully craft their images with striking appearances. They exude irresistibly charming speech patterns designed to conceal the mechanisms of their cleverness. They are intellectual authorities that promote a degree of unassailable credibility in their knowledge. Readers will witness these two super sales heavyweights battle in a Mixed Merchant Arts championship bout that will determine the one true sales champion.
The two main characters are the Master Closer and the Super Salesman. They are a dichotomy of excellence in an industry filled with many average salespeople. Since they are both extremely rare and talented, they are unknowingly grouped together and categorized the same even though they are nothing alike. Although they both have similar short term output in terms of sales revenue generation, one character (The Master Closer) is an elite author of talent who controls the levers of cash flow within organizations that make the dreams of corporate market expansion possible by generating maximum returns on investments and walking billboard–client retention - the rainmakers that are sought after, recruited, and certainly desired by all. In contrast, the other character (The Super Salesman) bearing comparable but diametrically opposite skill can be categorized as a “money-generating mercenary or hired gun” that skillfully drives a company’s profits through the roof, so to speak, while leaving behind a destructive trail filled with devastating potholes. They slowly tarnish the image and reputation of organizations and the brand quality of the product in the eyes of the numerous customers who end up despising everything and everyone associated with the brand.
“ASK and You Shall Succeed!” by Osman Mamoor is written with emotion and passion for the millions of sales professionals around the world who attempt to overcome the obstacles, challenges and confidence crushing rejections in the sales industry. Not only that, but the millions of non-sales people who desire to master the art, gain benefit from the stories, principles and strategies within the book can script their own success as well. It is not what they decide to be but who they decide to be every time they wake up in the morning as they prepare to face the daily challenges of life like the public’s opinion pertaining to their appearance, speech and knowledge. They decide on whether they want to be Masters or just Super in their lives based on the attitudes they give life to from the moment they wake. It is the answer to the questions posed by talented people every day who are looking for reasons behind their failures and a guide for the ones who want to make the necessary changes needed to achieve consistent success.
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About the Author
Osman Mamoor is a globe-trotting master closer and brilliant writer with over twenty years of successful frontline experience covering various facets of tangible and intangible sales. He endured and conquered the challenges associated with sales success and the crushing feelings of defeat in his Herculean climb to the top of the sales charts of life and business. From his humble beginnings in New York to his world escapades that sparked his desire to achieve sales mastery, Osman continues to rewrite sales history with powerful principles, professional presence, persuasive linguistics, and knowledge that is limited only by his inspiring imagination.
ASK and You Shall Succeed!* by Osman Mamoor
The Master Closer vs. the Super Salesman
Publication Date: September 30, 2013
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