Where did the sale go? I seem to have lost it

Gitomer, Jeffrey
September 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;9/17/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 38, p15
Presents principles for the success of sales. Things to consider before making purchasing decision; Responsibility of salespeople to buy and listen to the buyer; Provision of support to customers in their search for the best answer.


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