How to Be Great at the Stuff You Hate

How to Be Great at the Stuff You Hate You Have To Do It You Might As Well Enjoy ItNo One Likes A Pushy, Smarmy Salesman No One Wants To Be That Guy But Most Of Us Need To Sell To Some Extent How Else Can We Get Any Business We All Have To Do It Now, Whether We Re Lawyers, Accountants Or Start Ups But Don T Despair There S No Need To Go On Some Cringey Sales Training Day How To Be Great At The Stuff You Hate Shows You How To Develop All The Skills You Need To Sell Yourself, Your Business And Your Ideas So Ditch The Dread, Forget The Fear And Start Enjoying Yourself Selling Isn T Something You Do To People, It S Not Some Dark Art Practised By Pushy And Manipulative People It S A Process, It S A Relationship It S Fun All You Need To Do Is Cut The Crap, Be Yourself And Win Some Business.How To Be Great At The Stuff You Hate Shows You How To Pull Together A Target List Who Do You Want To Approach And Do Business With Connect With Those People Writing Letters Emails Master Meeting And Networking Conquering Small Talk Follow Up Once You Ve Chatted To SomeoneAsk For What You Want

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  • Paperback
  • 204 pages
  • How to Be Great at the Stuff You Hate
  • Nick Davies
  • English
  • 07 April 2017
  • 9780857082435

10 thoughts on “How to Be Great at the Stuff You Hate

  1. says:

    A appropriate title for this book would be A Guide to Etiquette in Business Courtship, as its primary focus is the dance between salesperson and potential buyer, a dynamic which the author repeatedly likens to romantic wooing This analogy doesn t sit well with me when I meet with a bookstore manager to discuss him her stocking my novel, I don t want to feel even on a metaphorical level like I m trying to get into that manager s pants The salespeople I ve encountered fall into five main categories A detached and aloof and obviously in the wrong job B overly friendly, but lacking authenticity C flirtatious and touchy D communicative, professional, factual and to the point E borderline stalker who won t take no for an answer I ll give an anecdotal example of this archetype later How to Be Great at The Stuff You Hate The Straight Talking Guide to Networking, Persuading and Selling is far removed from my usual reading fodder As a writer who loves the creative process but cringes at the idea of pushy sales, I thought the book might improve my attitude towards selling It achieved this to a degree The early chapters make a watertight case f...

  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this book I ve been reading a large number of books on Networking and Sales of late, and this is one of the few that I didn t end up glossing through It was engaging and had a good amount of life experience and entertainment throughout the book As many of the reviews pointed out, yes it is geared towards British networking, but at the same time, a lot of the concepts can be applied in any country, so it hardly matters Take it with a grain of sal...

  3. says:

    Contains nuggets of advice on business etiquette but some parts of the book are too UK centric to be useful.

  4. says:

    Not the book I thought it would be from the title, but interesting all the same How to sell network for people who aren t trained in networking marketing Read for a freelance project.

  5. says:

    I was looking for a good book on networking I m an attorney in a job I m not enad with and am looking to jump to another position still a lawyer, but somewhere else, working in a different area of law Everything you read and hear about landing a new position comes down to networking, and I hate it, partially just because I m not good at it To this book s credit, there is a good chapter on networking Plenty of stuff to take away and apply as you see fit The rest of the book, though, comes across as a salesperson trying to sell you something in this case, his own version of selling things.Davies s methods may work They may be wonderful The prose comes across like a salesman trying for the sale, though, and it s far too often vague, giving you the broad, confidence boosting generic statement but not going through the most uncomfortable aspec...

  6. says:

    This book seemed to offer good advice on how to sell and develop business although I haven t tried anything out It seemed to break things down into easy steps and I m sure it would make me feel confident when selling Personally, I didn t like the tone of the book, it d...

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