Jeffrey Gitomer is an author, speaker, podcast host, entrepreneur and the self-professed King of Sales.
Jeffrey has penned a number of books including the best-selling Sales Bible, which I am personally a huge fan of, the Little Red Book of Sales as well as Customer Satisfaction is Worthless. His forthcoming book,Truthful Living: The First Writings of Napoleon Hill, represents a brief departure from sales books. You’ll likely be familiar with Napoleon Hill as the author of the magnum opus Think and Grow Rich which went on to influence generations of people and personal development gurus that came after him. The book explores Hill’s self-help legacy, his long-lost original notes, letters and lectures - now compiled, edited and annotated for the modern reader.
If you’re looking for a proverbial kick up the backside, then you’ve come to the right place.
Jeffrey and I riff on many of Hill’s teachings and our own personal observations of them, and touch on topics such as:
With that, strap yourselves in for a conversation that I really enjoyed with the one and only, Jeffrey Gitomer.
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