The Greatest Salesman in the World

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The Greatest Salesman in the World

The Greatest Salesman in the World is a book that serves as a guide to a philosophy of salesmanship, and success, telling the story of Hafid, a poor camel boy who achieves a life of abundance. If Mandino's suggested reading structure is followed, it would take about 10 months to read the book.

  • September 21, 2018
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Kweku Hayford says:

Whether or not we realize it, we are all sales people. Life consists of a series of transactions during which we are constantly selling to our respective friends, customers, employers, employees, life partners and family. Og Mandino allegorically organizes some of the most effective negotiation principles that can transform the results we experience in our daily dealings. He emphasizes the importance of perseverance in the face of adversity, while illustrating the rewards that ensue from championing our failures. with the plethora of self help and Success books flooding the market today, this one is by far the most impressionable one I have read. Despite what the title suggests, this is more of a guide to life than an ordinary sales manual.

Any book endorsed by notables such as Norman Vincent Peale and W. Clement Stone are definitely worth the investment of time. The story is presented in a format that allows the reader to slip into the shoes of the main character, Hafid. The adventures and challenges encountered by this rather ambitious camel boy will vicariously thrust you into a whirlwind of emotionally charged human experiences that are sure to transform your outlook on life for the better. You will complete the book with a brand new lease on a life with endless remarkable possibilities.

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