The Greatest Salesman in the World
is a tiny book, and it is a treasure. First published in 1968, Og Mandino's classic remains an invaluable guide to a philosophy of salesmanship. Mandino's clear, simple writing style supports his purpose: to make the principles of sales known to a wide audience. A parable set in the time just prior to Christianity, The Greatest Salesman in the World
weaves mythology with spirituality into a much needed message of inspiration in this culture of self-promotion. Mandino believes that to be a good salesperson, you must believe in yourself and the work you are doing. It is a simple but profound spiritual philosophy about how to succeed in the world's marketplace, easily understood and easy to take to heart. --Jodie Buller
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The power of storytelling and ancient fables makes The Greatest Salesman in the World a classic for all intrigued by the world of business. It is the two-thousand-year-old tale of Hafid, an impoverished camel boy who achieves a life of material abundance with the aid of 10 mystical scrolls. Og Mandino's performance is even more poignant after hearing his introduction, in which this mild-voiced, world-famous motivational expert tells the tale of his own accomplishments through hard work and perseverance, subtly paralleling his life with Hafid's. Many books claim to teach the secrets of success. Both practically and metaphorically, The Greatest Salesman in the World achieves this goal. R.A.P. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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