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Sales for Nerds Signed Bookshelf

$500 Value

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Get a free Sales for Nerds bookshelf, signed by the authors, including:

  • From Impossible to Inevitable: How Hyper-Growth Companies Create Predictable Revenue ($18), by Aaron Ross and Jason Lemkin
  • Sales Success Stories: 60 Stories from 20 Top 1% Sales Professionals ($16), by Scott Ingram
  • Attention Management: How to Create Success and Gain Productivity — Every Day ($17), the new book from Maura Thomas
  • Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People ($17), by Vanessa Van Edwards
  • Oatmeal v Bacon: How to Differentiate in a Generic World ($15), by Justin Foster
  • Better Selling through Storytelling: The Essential Roadmap ($17) to Becoming a Revenue Rock Star, by John Livesay
  • Visual Models for Software Requirements ($64) and Software Requirements ($30), by Joy Beatty (if you’re wondering if this relates to you if you’re not in software, listen to Joy’s interview where she discusses reverse engineering requirements for the sales and marketing process).
  • Authority Marketing: How to Leverage 7 Pillars of Thought Leadership to Make Competition Irrelevant ($12) by Adam Witty and Rusty Shelton
  • Start Your Own Freelance Writing Business: The Complete Guide to Starting and Scaling from Scratch, by Laura Briggs ($14). This is essential if you’re starting a freelance writing business, but it has great tips for set up, sales, marketing, client management and more for any service business.
  • Just added: Deep Listening: Impact Beyond words – Paperback book & Playing cards, ($45) by Oscar Trimboli.
  • Just added: Asia Matos new e-book (so it won’t be signed): How to Build a Resilient as F*ck Mindset.
  • Just added: Sell More Faster: The Ultimate Sales Playbook for Startups, by Amos Schwarzfarb

Plus, free enrollment in the Sales for Nerds online course on Sales Proposals the Right Way, which will change the way you think about proposals, sales, and client projects. ($297)

 

Update– realized from talking to some listeners that they haven’t even heard of this on the podcast, so I’ve extended the dates. Sorry– that was bad planning on my part. — Reuben

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