New Book Series Offers Practical Tips for Boosting Revenue

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The "Revenue vs. Sales," book series is helping readers sharpen their go-to-market strategy with a no-nonsense approach to selling

Revenue Vs. Sales Three Book Series

Revenue Vs. Sales Three Book Series

"By improving people's revenue mindset, business problems are healed and teams are motivated through innovation that new revenue affords,"

digitalCORE Publishing is excited to announce the release of the "Revenue vs. Sales" book series by Mort Greenberg. This three-book series is a comprehensive guide for any business person, from small companies to large corporations, on how to improve their revenue mindset.

"By improving people's revenue mindset, business problems are healed and teams are motivated through innovation that new revenue affords," says Greenberg.

The First Book, "The Singular Focus: 100+ Tips to Maximize Your Revenue," is a 30 page no-fluff guide filled with lessons and anecdotes from hard-won experiences and insights from mentors.

The Second Book, "Revenue Boost: The Ultimate Sales Plan in Five Steps," is an 80+ page workbook that leads readers through a series of five exercises to create a strategic plan for their sales team or business. Included in this book is a QR code for a Google Sheet Template and Excel Workbook to finalize your plan.

The Third Book, "Straight Up Selling: Your Toolbox for Sales Excellence," is a 150+ page workbook with 12 sections to help sellers and sales managers achieve excellence. Included are 35+ companion worksheets accessible by QR code.

All three books are available now in paperback on Amazon by following revenueVSsales.com.

About digitalCORE Publishing: digitalCORE Publishing is a provider of business and personal development resources, with a specialty of helping salespeople achieve their revenue goals.

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