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Joe Girard shows How to Sell Yourself

You are your #1 product. Shouldn’t you get every penny you are worth?

No matter what field you are in, you need to market yourself. And nobody knows sales like Joe Girard, author of the million-copy bestseller ‘How to sell Anything to Anybody’. And now in his book, ‘How to Sell Yourself’, he reveals important sales secrets and shows you how you can develop the basic skills and winning character traits that will make other people take notice of what you have to offer.  Using real life anecdotes and his own remarkable life story, Joe Girard will help you:

  • Boost your own self-worth – and demonstrate it to others
  • Ace the job interview and enter the workplace
  • Identify your most dynamic personal qualities (They just might surprise you!)
  • Become a master of the fine art of listening – and use it to get ahead on the job
  • Raise your self-confidence and “success quotient” with Joe’s twelve daily “think power” exercises.

From ending procrastination to developing the most important worksite strategies, Joe Girard shows how successful people get to the top – and how you can, too.

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