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ࡳ Best ॅ To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others to read ᯵ Kindle By Daniel H Pink ᐱ ࡳ Best ॅ To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others to read ᯵ Kindle By Daniel H Pink ᐱ About a year ago, in a moment of procrastination masquerading as an act of reflection, I decided to examine how I spend my time I opened my laptop, clicked on the carefully synched, color coded calendar, and attempted to reconstruct what Id actually done over the previous two weeks I cataloged the meetings attended, trips made, meals eaten, and conference calls endured I tried to list everything Id read and watched as well as all the face to face conversations Id had with family, friends, and colleagues Then I inspected two weeks of digital entrails772 sent e mails, four blog posts, eighty six tweets, about a dozen text messages.When I stepped back to assess this welter of informationa pointillist portrait of what I do and therefore, in some sense, who I amthe picture that stared back was a surprise I am a salesman.I dont sell minivans in a car dealership or bound from office to office pressing cholesterol drugs on physicians But leave aside sleep, exercise, and hygiene, and it turns out that I spend a significant portion of my days trying to coax others to part with resources Sure, sometimes Im trying to tempt people to purchase books Ive written But most of what I do doesnt directly make a cash register ring In that two week period, I worked to convince a magazine editor to abandon a silly story idea, a prospective business partner to join forces, an organization where I volunteer to shift strategies, even an airline gate agent to switch me from a window seat to an aisle Indeed, the vast majority of time Im seeking resources other than money Can I get strangers to read an article, an old friend to help me solve a problem, or my nine year old son to take a shower after baseball practice Youre probably not much different Dig beneath the sprouts of your own calendar entries and examine their roots, and I suspect youll discover something similar Some of you, no doubt, are selling in the literal senseconvincing existing customers and fresh prospects to buy casualty insurance or consulting services or homemade pies at a farmers market But all of you are likely spending time than you realize selling in a broader sensepitching colleagues, persuading funders, cajoling kids Like it or not, were all in sales now.And most people, upon hearing this, dont like it much at all.Sales Blecch. To the smart set, sales is an endeavor that requires little intellectual throw weighta task for slick glad handers who skate through life on a shoeshine and a smile To others its the province of dodgy characters doing slippery thingsa realm where trickery and deceit get the speaking parts while honesty and fairness watch mutely from the rafters Still others view it as the white collar equivalent of cleaning toiletsnecessary perhaps, but unpleasant and even a bit unclean.Im convinced weve gotten it wrong.This is a book about sales But it is unlike any book about sales you have read or ignored before Thats because selling in all its dimensionswhether pushing Buicks on a car lot or pitching ideas in a meetinghas changed in the last ten years than it did over the previous hundred Most of what we think we understand about selling is constructed atop a foundation of assumptions that has crumbled.In Part One of this book, I lay out the arguments for a broad rethinking of sales as we know it In Chapter 1, I show that the obituaries declaring the death of the salesman in todays digital world are woefully mistaken In the United States alone, some 1 in 9 workers still earns a living trying to get others to make a purchase They may have traded sample cases for smartphones and are offering experiences instead of encyclopedias, but they still work in traditional sales.More startling, though, is whats happened to the other 8 in 9 Theyre in sales, too Theyre not stalking customers in a furniture showroom, but theymake that weare engaged in what I call non sales selling Were persuading, convincing, and influencing others to give up something theyve got in exchange for what weve got As youll see in the findings of a first of its kind analysis of peoples activities at work, were devoting upward of 40 percent of our time on the job to moving others And we consider it critical to our professional success.Chapter 2 explores how so many of us ended up in the moving business The keys to understanding this workplace transformation Entrepreneurship, Elasticity, and Ed Med First, Entrepreneurship The very technologies that were supposed to obliterate salespeople have lowered the barriers to entry for small entrepreneurs and turned of us into sellers Second, Elasticity Whether we work for ourselves or for a large organization, instead of doing only one thing, most of us are finding that our skills on the job must now stretch across boundaries And as they stretch, they almost always encompass some traditional sales and a lot of non sales selling Finally, Ed Med The fastest growing industries around the world are educational services and health carea sector I call Ed Med Jobs in these areas are all about moving people.If you buy these arguments, or if youre willing just to rent them for a few pages, the conclusion might not sit well Selling doesnt exactly have a stellar reputation Think of all the movies, plays, and television programs that depict salespeople as one part greedy conniver, another part lunkheaded loser In Chapter 3, I take on these beliefsin particular, the notion that sales is largely about deception and hoodwinkery Ill show how the balance of power has shiftedand how weve moved from a world of caveat emptor, buyer beware, to one of caveat venditor, seller bewarewhere honesty, fairness, and transparency are often the only viable path.That leads to Part Two, where I cull research from the frontiers of social science to reveal the three qualities that are now most valuable in moving others One adage of the sales trade has long been ABCAlways Be Closing The three chapters of Part Two introduce the new ABCsAttunement, Buoyancy, and Clarity.Chapter 4 is about attunementbringing oneself into harmony with individuals, groups, and contexts I draw on a rich reservoir of research to show you the three rules of attunementand why extraverts rarely make the best salespeople.Chapter 5 covers buoyancya quality that combines grittiness of spirit and sunniness of outlook In any effort to move others, we confront what one veteran salesman calls an ocean of rejection Youll learn from a band of life insurance salespeople and some of the worlds premier social scientists what to do before, during, and after your sales encounters to remain afloat And youll see why actually believing in what youre selling has become essential on sales new terrain.In Chapter 6, I discuss claritythe capacity to make sense of murky situations Its long been held that top salespeoplewhether in traditional sales or non sales sellingare deft at problem solving Here I will show that what matters today is problem finding One of the most effective ways of moving others is to uncover challenges they may not know they have Here youll also learn about the craft of curationalong with some shrewd ways to frame your curatorial choices.Once the ABCs of Attunement, Buoyancy, and Clarity have taught you how to be, we move to Part Three, which describes what to dothe abilities that matter most.We begin in Chapter 7 with pitch For as long as buildings have had elevators, enterprising individuals have crafted elevator pitches But today, when attention spans have dwindled and all the people in the elevator are looking at their phones , that technique has become outdated In this chapter, youll discover the six successors of the elevator pitch and how and when to deploy them.Chapter 8, Improvise, covers what to do when your perfectly attuned, appropriately buoyant, ultra clear pitches inevitably go awry Youll meet a veteran improv artist and see why understanding the rules of improvisational theater can deepen your persuasive powers.Finally comes Chapter 9, Serve Here youll learn the two principles that are essential if sales or non sales selling are to have any meaning Make it personal and make it purposeful.To help you put these ideas into action, at the end of each chapter in Parts Two and Three youll find dozens of smart techniques assembled from fresh research and best practices around the world I call these collections of tools and tips, assessments and exercises, checklists and reading recommendations Sample Cases, in homage to the traveling salesmen who once toted bags bulging with their wares from town to town By the end of this book, I hope, you will become effective at moving others.But equally important, I hope youll see the very act of selling in a new light Selling, Ive grown to understand, is urgent, important, and, in its own sweet way, beautiful than we realize The ability to move others to exchange what they have for what we have is crucial to our survival and our happiness It has helped our species evolve, lifted our living standards, and enhanced our daily lives The capacity to sell isnt some unnatural adaptation to the merciless world of commerce It is part of who we are As youre about to see, if Ive moved you to turn the page, selling is fundamentally human.Norman Hall shouldnt exist But here he isflesh, blood, and bow tieon a Tuesday afternoon, sitting in a downtown San Francisco law office explaining to two attorneys why they could really use a few things to spruce up their place.With a magicians flourish, Hall begins by removing from his bag what looks like a black wand He snaps his wrist andvoil out bursts a plume of dark feathers And not just any feathers, he reveals.These are Male Ostrich Feathers.This 21.99 feather duster is the best on the market, he tells them in a soft spoken but sonorous voice Its perfect for cleaning picture frames, blinds, and any other item whose crevices accumulate dust.Penelope Chronis, who runs the small immigration firm with her partner in law and in life, Elizabeth Kreher, peers up from her desk and shakes her head Not interested.Hall shows her Kitchen Brush 300, a sturdy white and green scrub brush.They already have one.Onto Chroniss desk he tosses some microfiber cloths and an anti fog cloth for car windows and bathroom mirrors.No thanks.Hall is seventy five years old with patches of white hair on the sides of his head and not much in between He sports conservative eyeglasses and a mustache in which the white hairs have finally overtaken the brown ones after what looks like years of struggle He wears dark brown pants, a dress shirt with thin blue stripes, a chestnut colored V neck sweater, and a red paisley bow tie He looks like a dapper and mildly eccentric professor He is indefatigable.On his lap is a leather three ring binder with about two dozen pages of product pictures hes clipped and inserted into clear plastic sheets This is a straightforward spot remover, he tells Chronis and Kreher when he gets to the laundry page These you spray on before throwing something into the washing machine The lawyers are unmoved So Hall goes big moth deodorant blocks I sell of these than anything in my catalog combined, he says They kill moths, mold, mildew, and odor Only 7.49.Nope.Then, turning the page to a collection of toilet brushes and bowl cleaners, he smiles, pauses for a perfect beat, and says, And these are my romantic items.Still nothing.But when he gets to the stainless steel sponges, he elicits a crackle of interest that soon becomes a ripple of desire These are wonderful, very unusual Theyre scrubber pads, but with a great difference, he says Each offers eight thousand inches of continuous stainless steel coiled forty thousand times You can stick them in the dishwasher A box of three is just 15.Sold.Soon he reaches one of his pricier products, an electrostatic carpet sweeper It has four terminal brushes made out of natural bristle and nylon As it goes along the floor, it develops a static current so it can pick up sugar and salt from a bare wood floor, he explains Its my favorite wedding gift Another exquisitely timed pause It beats the hell out of a toaster.Chronis and Kreher go for that, too.When about twenty minutes have elapsed, and Hall has reached the final sheet in his homemade catalog, he scribbles the 149.96 sale in his order book He hands a carbon copy of the order to Chronis, saying, I hope were still friends after you read this.He chats for a few moments, then gathers his binder and his bags, and rises to leave Thank you very much indeed, he says Ill bring everything forthwith tomorrow.Norman Hall is a Fuller Brush salesman And not just any Fuller Brush salesman.He is The Last One.If youre younger than forty or never spent much time in the United States, you might not recognize the Fuller Brush Man But if youre an American of a certain age, you know that once you couldnt avoid him Brigades of salesmen, their sample cases stuffed with brushes, roamed middle class neighborhoods, climbed the front steps, and announced, Im your Fuller Brush Man Then, offering a free vegetable scrubber known as a Handy Brush as a gift, they tried to get what quickly became known as a foot in the door.It all began in 1903, when an eighteen year old Nova Scotia farm boy named Alfred Fuller arrived in Boston to begin his career He was, by his own admission, a country bumpkin, overgrown and awkward, unsophisticated and virtually unschooled1and he was promptly fired from his first three jobs But one of his brothers landed him a sales position at the Somerville Brush and Mop Companyand days before he turned twenty, young Alfred found his calling.I began without much preparation and I had no special qualifications, as far as I knew, he told a journalist years later, but I discovered I could sell those brushes.2After a year of trudging door to door peddling Somerville products, Fuller began, er, bristling at working for someone else So he set up a small workshop to manufacture brushes of his own At night, he oversaw the mini factory By day he walked the streets selling what hed produced To his amazement, the small enterprise grew When he needed a few salespeople to expand to additional products and new territories, he placed an ad in a publication called Everybodys Magazine Within a few weeks, the Nova Scotia bumpkin had 260 new salespeople, a nationwide business, and the makings of a cultural icon.By the late 1930s, Fullers sales force had swelled to than five thousand people In 1937 alone, door to door Fuller dealers gave away some 12.5 million Handy Brushes By 1948, eighty three hundred North American salesmen were selling cleaning and hair brushes to 20 million families in the United States and Canada, according to The New Yorker That same year, Fuller salesmen, all of them independent dealers working on straight commission, made nearly fifty million house to house sales calls in the United Statesa country that at the time had fewer than forty three million households By the early 1960s, Fuller Brush was, in todays dollars, a billion dollar company.3Whats , the Fuller Man became a fixture in popular cultureLady Gagaesque in his ubiquity In the Disney animated version of The Three Little Pigs, which won an Academy Award in 1933, how did the Big Bad Wolf try to gain entry into the pigs houses He disguised himself as a Fuller Brush Man How did Donald Duck earn his living for a while He sold Fuller Brushes In 1948 Red Skelton, then one of Hollywoods biggest names, starred in The Fuller Brush Man, a screwball comedy in which a hapless salesman is framed for a crimeand must clear his name, find the culprit, win the girl, and sell a few Venetian blind brushes along the way Just two years later, Hollywood made essentially the same movie with the same plotthis one called The Fuller Brush Girl, with the lead role going to Lucille Ball, an even bigger star As time went on, you could find the Fuller Brush Man not only on your doorstep, but also in New Yorker cartoons, the jokes of TV talk show hosts, and the lyrics of Dolly Parton songs.What a Fuller Man did was virtuosic The Fuller art of opening doors was regarded by connoisseurs of cold turkey peddling in somewhat the same way that balletomanes esteem a performance of the Bolshoias pure poetry, American Heritage wrote In the hands of a deft Fuller dealer, brushes became not homely commodities but specialized tools obtainable nowhere else.4 Yet he was also virtuous, his constant presence in neighborhoods turning him neighborly Fuller Brush Men pulled teeth, massaged headaches, delivered babies, gave emetics for poison, prevented suicides, discovered murders, helped arrange funerals, and drove patients to hospitals.5And then, with the suddenness of an unexpected knock on the door, the Fuller Brush Manthe very embodiment of twentieth century sellingpractically disappeared Think about it Wherever in the world you live, when was the last time a salesperson with a sample case rang your doorbell In February 2012, the Fuller Brush Company filed for reorganization under the U.S bankruptcy laws Chapter 11 But what surprised people most wasnt so much that Fuller had declared bankruptcy, but that it was still around to declare anything.Norman Hall, however, remains at it In the mornings, he boards an early bus near his home in Rohnert Park, California, and rides ninety minutes to downtown San Francisco He begins his rounds at about 9 30 A.M and walks five to six miles each day, up and down the sharply inclined streets of San Francisco Believe me, he said during one of the days I accompanied him, I know all the level areas and the best bathrooms.When Hall began in the 1970s, several dozen other Fuller Brush Men were also working in San Francisco Over time, that number dwindled And now Hall is the only one who remains These days when he encounters a new customer and identifies himself as a Fuller Man, hes often met with surprise No kidding people will say One afternoon when I was with him, Hall introduced himself to the fifty something head of maintenance at a clothing store Really the man cried My father was a Fuller Brush salesman in Oklahoma Alas, this prospect didnt buy anything, even though Hall pointed out that the mop propped in the corner of the store came from Fuller After forty years, Hall has a garage full of Fuller items, but his connection to the struggling parent company is minimal Hes on his own In recent years, hes seen his customers fade, his orders decline, and his profits shrink People dont have time for a salesman They want to order things online And besides, brushes Who cares As an accommodation to reality, Hall has cut back the time he devotes to chasing customers He now spends only two days a week toting his leather binder through San Franciscos retail and business district And when he unloads his last boar bristle brush and hangs up his bow tie, he knows he wont be replaced I dont think people want to do this kind of work any, he told me.Two months after Fullers bankruptcy announcement, Encyclopdia Britannica, which rose to prominence because of its door to door salesmen, shut down production of its print books A month later, Avonwhose salesladies once pressed doorbells from Birmingham to Bangkokfired its CEO and sought survival in the arms of a corporate suitor These collapses seemed less startling than inevitable, the final movement in the chorus of doom that, for many years, has been forecasting sellings demise.The song, almost always invoking Arthur Millers 1949 play Death of a Salesman, goes something like this In a world where anybody can find anything with just a few keystrokes, intermediaries like salespeople are superfluous They merely muck up the gears of commerce and make transactions slower and expensive Individual consumers can do their own research and get buying advice from their social networks Large companies can streamline their procurement processes with sophisticated software that pits vendors against one another and secures the lowest price In the same way that cash machines thinned the ranks of bank tellers and digital switches made telephone operators all but obsolete, todays technologies have rendered salesmen and saleswomen irrelevant As we rely ever on websites and smartphones to locate and purchase what we need, salespeople themselvesnot to mention the very act of sellingwill be swept into historys dustbin.6Norman Hall is, no doubt, the last of his kind And the Fuller Brush Company itself could be gone for good before you reach the last page of this book But we should hold off making any wider funeral preparations All those death notices for sales and those who do it are off the mark Indeed, if one were to write anything about selling in the second decade of the twenty first century, it ought to be a birth announcement.Rebirth of a Salesman and Saleswoman Deep inside a thick semiannual report from the Occupational Employment Statistics program of the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics lurks a surprising, and surprisingly significant, piece of data One out of every nine American workers works in sales.Each day than fifteen million people earn their keep by trying to convince someone else to make a purchase.7 They are real estate brokers, industrial sales representatives, and securities dealers They sell planes to airlines, trains to city governments, and automobiles to prospective drivers at than ten thousand dealerships across the country Some work in posh offices with glorious views, others in dreary cubicles with Dilbert cartoons and a free calendar But they all sellfrom multimillion dollar consulting agreements to ten dollar magazine subscriptions and everything in between.Consider The United States manufacturing economy, still the largest in the world, cranks out nearly 2 trillion worth of goods each year But the United States has far salespeople than factory workers Americans love complaining about bloated governmentsbut Americas sales force outnumbers the entire federal workforce by than 5 to 1 The U.S private sector employs three times as many salespeople as all fifty state governments combined employ people If the nations salespeople lived in a single state, that state would be the fifth largest in the United States.8The presence of so many salespeople in the planets largest economy seems peculiar given the two seismic economic events of the last decadethe implosion of the global financial system and the explosion of widespread Internet connectivity To be sure, sales, like almost every other type of work, was caught in the downdraft of the Great Recession Between 2006 and 2010, some 1.1 million U.S sales jobs disappeared Yet even after the worst downturn in a half century, sales remains the second largest occupational category behind office and administration workers in the American workforce, just as it has been for decades Whats , the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the United States will add nearly two million new sales jobs by 2020 Likewise, the Internet has not had nearly the effect on sales that many predicted Between 2000 and today, the very period that broadband, smartphones, and e commerce ascended to disintermediate salespeople and obviate the need for selling, the total number of sales jobs increased and the portion of the U.S workforce in sales has remained exactly the same 1 in 9.9What holds for the United States holds equally for the rest of the world For example, in Canada, sales and service occupationsa broader category than the United States usesconstitute slightly than 25 percent of the Canadian workforce Australian Bureau of Statistics census data show that about 10 percent of Australias labor force falls under the heading sales workers In the United Kingdom, which uses yet another set of occupation categories, adding up the jobs that involve selling for example, sales accounts and business development managers and vehicle and parts salespersons or advisers and so on totals about three million workers out of a workforce of roughly thirty millionor again, about 1 in 10 In the entire European Union, the figure is slightly higher.10 According to the most recent available data along with calculations by officials at Eurostat, the EUs statistical agency, about 13 percent of the regions than two hundred million person labor force works in sales.11Meanwhile, Japan employed nearly 8.6 million sales workers in 2010, the last year for which data are available With almost 63 million people in the total workforce, that means than 1 out of 8 workers in the worlds third largest economy is in sales.12 For India and China, larger countries but less developed markets, data are harder to come by Their portion of salespeople is likely smaller relative to North America, Europe, and Japan, in part because a large proportion of people in these countries still work in agriculture.13 But as India and China grow wealthier, and hundreds of millions of their citizens join the middle class, the need for salespeople will inevitably expand To cite just one example, McKinsey Company projects that Indias growing pharmaceutical industry will triple its cadre of drug representatives to 300,000 employees by 2020.14Taken together, the data show that rather than decline in relevance and size, sales has remained a stalwart part of labor markets around the world Even as advanced economies have transformedfrom hard goods and heavy lifting to skilled services and conceptual thinkingthe need for salespeople has not abated.But thats merely the beginning of the story.The Rise of Non Sales SellingThe men and women who operate the worlds statistical agencies are among the unsung heroes of the modern economy Each day they gather bushels of data, which they scrutinize, analyze, and transform into reports that help the rest of us understand whats going on in our industries, our job markets, and our lives Yet these dedicated public servants are also limitedby budgets, by politics, and, most of all, by the very questions they ask.So while the idea that 1 in 9 American workers sells for a living might surprise you, I wondered whether it masked a still intriguing truth For instance, Im not a sales worker in the categorical sense Yet, as I wrote in the Introduction, when I sat down to deconstruct my own workdays, I discovered that I spend a sizable portion of them selling in a broader sensepersuading, influencing, and convincing others And Im not special Physicians sell patients on a remedy Lawyers sell juries on a verdict Teachers sell students on the value of paying attention in class Entrepreneurs woo funders, writers sweet talk producers, coaches cajole players Whatever our profession, we deliver presentations to fellow employees and make pitches to new clients We try to convince the boss to loosen up a few dollars from the budget or the human resources department to add vacation days.Yet none of this activity ever shows up in the data tables.The same goes for what transpires on the other side of the ever murkier border between work and life Many of us now devote a portion of our spare time to sellingwhether its handmade crafts on Etsy, heartfelt causes on DonorsChoose, or harebrained schemes on Kickstarter And in astonishing numbers and with ferocious energy, we now go online to sell ourselveson Facebook pages, Twitter accounts, and Match.com profiles Remember None of the six entities I just mentioned existed ten years ago The conventional view of economic behavior is that the two most important activities are producing and consuming But today, much of what we do also seems to involve moving. That is, were moving other people to part with resourceswhether something tangible like cash or intangible like effort or attentionso that we both get what we want Trouble is, there are no data to either confirm or refute this suspicionbecause it involves questions that no statistical agency is asking.So I set out to fill the void Working with Qualtrics, a fast growing research and data analytics company, I commissioned a survey to try to uncover how much time and energy people are devoting to moving others, including what we can think of as non sales sellingselling that doesnt involve anyone making a purchase.This study, dubbed the What Do You Do at Work survey, was a comprehensive undertaking Using some sophisticated research tools, we gathered data from 9,057 respondents around the world Statisticians at Qualtrics reviewed the responses, disregarded invalid or incomplete surveys, and assessed the sample size and composition to see how well it reflected the population Because the number of non U.S respondents turned out not to be large enough to draw statistically sound conclusions, Ive limited much of the analysis to an adjusted sample of than seven thousand adult full time workers in the United States The results have statistical validity similar to those of the surveys conducted by the major opinion research firms that you might read about during election seasons For example, Gallups tracking polls typically sample about 1,000 respondents 15Two main findings emerged People are now spending about 40 percent of their time at work engaged in non sales sellingpersuading, influencing, and convincing others in ways that dont involve anyone making a purchase Across a range of professions, we are devoting roughly twenty four minutes of every hour to moving others. People consider this aspect of their work crucial to their professional successeven in excess of the considerable amount of time they devote to it. Heres a bit detail about what we found and how we found it I began by asking respondents to think about their last two weeks of work and what they did for their largest blocks of time Big surprise Reading and responding to e mail topped the listfollowed by having face to face conversations and attending meetings.We then asked people to think a bit deeply about the actual content of those experiences I presented a series of choices and asked them, Regardless of whether you were using e mail, phone, or face to face conversations, how much time did you devote to each of the following processing information, selling a product or a service, and other activities Respondents reported spending the most time processing information But close behind were three activities at the heart of non sales selling Nearly 37 percent of respondents said they devoted a significant amount of time to teaching, coaching, or instructing others Thirty nine percent said the same about serving clients or customers And nearly 70 percent reported that they spent at least some of their time persuading or convincing others Whats , non sales selling turned out to be far prevalent than selling in the traditional sense When we asked how much time they put in selling a product or service, about half of respondents said no time at all.Later in the survey was another question designed to probe for similar information and to assess the validity of the earlier query This one gave respondents a slider that sat at 0 on a 100 point scale, which they could push to the right to indicate a percentage We asked What percentage of your work involves convincing or persuading people to give up something they value for something you have The average reply among all respondents 41 percent This average came about in an interesting way A large cluster of respondents reported numbers in the 15 to 20 percent range, while a smaller but significant cluster reported numbers in the 70 to 80 percent range In other words, many people are spending a decent amount of time trying to move othersbut for some, moving others is the mainstay of their jobs Most of us are movers some of us are super movers.Full of aha moments timely, original, throughly engaging, deeply humane strategy business A fresh look at the art and science of sales using a mix of social science, survey research and stories Dan Schawbel, Forbes.com Artfully blend s anecdotes, insights, and studies from the social sciences into a frothy blend of utility and entertainment Bloomberg Excellentradical, surprising, and undeniably true Harvard Business Review Blog Pink has penned a modern day How to Win Friends and Influence People To Sell Is Human is chock full of stories, social science, and surprisesAll leadersat least those who want to move peopleshould own this book Training and Development magazine Vastly entertaining and informative Phil Johnson, Forbes.com Pink is one of our smartest thinkers about the interaction of work, psychology and society Worth A roadmap to help the rest of us guide our own pitches Chicago Tribune Like discovering your favorite professor in a boxpacked with information, reasons to care about his message, how and why to execute his suggestions, and it s all accentuated with meaningful examples this book deserves a good, long look Publishers Weekly starred review An engaging blend of interviews, research and observations by this incisive author The Globe and Mail Sell We help you Sell Sell, merchant advertising and e commerce solutions Buy or Sell pets, autos, homes, computers, fashion for sale by owner sell English Spanish Dictionary WordReference sell Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, forum discussions Used Cars Sale Online Cars Browse cars on Shop the best deals near popular brands body styles Get news advice car shopping, including current loan rates, frequently asked questions Bicycle mountain bike, road bicycles Malaysia online classifieds My Car Trade In Cash For How To Your Selling a 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    • 21 November 2016

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