Sell Or Be Sold By Grant Cardone Review

Cover of Sell Or Be Sold by Grant Cardone Sell or Be Sold: How to Get Your Way in Business and in Life is a good book and it is pretty easy to read.

It has some helpful information in it for just about everybody.

The author says that lots of people are not really successful because they don’t realise that they are really salespeople. No matter what their business is called…they are actually selling.

Whether it is just selling yourself to your boss and clients, selling an idea, selling a charity, selling a religion, or selling a product…everyone is a salesperson.

Mr. Cardone says that if you want to be really successful in whatever your business is…you need to learn how to be a great salesperson. He says the better you become at selling…the more successful you will be at everything else…including your family life.

I’m not sure I agree with everything he says…he seems to think that every single minute of every day should be spent on whatever your business is…and I guess if you want what the world defines as “success” or if you want to be rich…he may be right.

I wouldn’t be very happy living that way though. So maybe I don’t really want to be successful. But I did learn some things from this book that should help me be more successful…if I can remember to implement them on a regular basis…that will take practice(which the author also recommends).

From the front cover:

Everything in life is a sale. And everything you want is a commission.

Whether it’s selling your company’s product in the boardroom or selling yourself on eating healthy, everything in life can—and should—be treated as a sale. And as sales expert Grant Cardone explains, knowing the principles of selling is a prerequisite for success of any kind.

In Sell or Be Sold, Cardone breaks down the techniques and approaches necessary to master the art of selling in any avenue. You will learn how to handle rejection, turn around negative situations, shorten sales cycles, and guarantee yourself greatness. Cardone will also teach you the success essentials of

•    Selling in a bad economy
•    Overcoming call reluctance
•    Filling your pipeline with new business
•    Staying positive, despite rejection

With the experience of a seasoned sales vet at the helm, Sell or Be Sold will change the way you perceive the sale—and life.

About the Author:

Grant Cardone is an international sales training expert to companies of all sizes, a New York Times bestselling author, and star of the reality TV show TurnAround King, where he demonstrates how to turn businesses around and get back to prosperity despite tough economic times.

My. Cardone is the creator if Information Assisted Selling, a 21st Century sales process that trains professionals and organizations to adapt to a changing buyer, the information age, increased competition, and economic uncertainty. He and his companies work with Fortune 500 companies interested in increasing sales by customizing sales processes, thus improving the sales experience. Cardone most recently developed a multi-million dollar online university providing sales organizations with sales training, sales, motivation, and even sales solutions(CardoneUniversity.com).

Cardone is seen regularly on Fox News, CNBC, MANVX, CNN, and Bloomberg for his business and retail insights.

He currently resides with is wife, actress Elena Lyons, and two daughters in Los Angeles.

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  • Rene May 12, 2012, 3:24 PM

    Thats a really interesting way of looking at things, I never really thought of it like that before and I suppose that it extends to marketing. I think of selling as convincing one person to by into something but marketing to influence a mass of people…. now you sell yourself in an interview but I suppose when you are trying to get that interview you put your cv/resume online and are marketing to the masses.

    Its a really interesting concept, I like it, I think I will pick this book up for my flight to the US next month.
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  • Becca May 13, 2012, 5:41 PM

    That is an awesome post. You have really layed out your points in great detail. Very easy to follow with good content. Weight lifter should take get hold of this post, read and impliment the points outlined.

  • Wilium Shatner May 27, 2012, 12:30 AM

    really nice post .. Not often do we see such down to earth kinda post .. It reminds me of the basic way of going though stuff …
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