• Sales Techniques

  • How to Sell Anything: Persuasion, NLP, and Body Language to Improve Your Selling Skills: Includes Sell with NLP, Body Language, and High Ticket
  • By: Luigi Padovesi
  • Narrated by: Peter Prova
  • Length: 3 hrs and 52 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (179 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

There's a science behind sales.

Selling is a game of perception, and perception can be manipulated with the the right techniques. This collection by Luigi Padovesi contains three manuscripts that will apply scientific concepts to the sales process, drastically increasing your closing rates.

1. SELL WITH NLP

Neuro-Linguistic Programming can boost your sales skills. Everything you say, your tone of voice, body posture, and facial expression have an impact on both your neurology and that of your interlocutor. This is the ABC of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

Neurological language and processes are closely related. You will learn how to leverage the language and all kinds of communication to start mental routines in the brain of your customer.

These techniques will allow you to influence and manipulate the flow of thoughts of your client's mind to bring the negotiation to a rapid and advantageous closure.

This book will teach you:

What are the most common mistakes in selling and how to avoid them

How to gain the trust of your client through NLP to close the sale

Techniques to influence your interlocutor through verbal, non-verbal, intraverbal and extraverbal communication

The VAK model to persuade your client and read his thoughts, not his words

How to fascinate the client on the emotional and personal side

NLP anchors to recall particular emotions and sensations

What questions to ask your client to open their mind

Distinguish empowering and depotentising mental states to use them in your favor

How to close the sales negotiation

2. BODY LANGUAGE

Body language is the most important form of communication. It's easy to lie with words, but body language never lies. Body language is made by small movements and involuntary gestures: The body is speaking with those who are able to grasp its signals.

Being able to understand people's body language will allow you to analyze people as they really are.

It is an amazing skill in the workplace, relational or sentimental.

Imagine being able to read people's minds, as well as interpreting their words. Understanding body language allows you to capture thousands of spontaneous signals that your interlocutor cannot hide.

3. HIGH TICKET

You need a branding strategy that makes you Monetize. High Ticket is the only brand positioning manual that focuses on selling high-margin products and services.

In order to sell high-priced products, you need a flawless positioning and a bomb-proof marketing strategy.

If you are a small business owner or a professional, you know how difficult it is to make money selling cheap products or services.

You may be very busy, but how much money do you really bring home? Let me guess: not enough.

Thanks to the right brand positioning, leveraging the client's psychology, and specific marketing techniques, you will be able to increase your profits by choosing high-paying customers.

©2019 Francesco Crema (P)2019 Francesco Crema

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Terrible Narration

Some information sounds like it's useful. However, the narration was so bad, that I could only pick up bits and pieces here and there. If you're inclined to read this, purschase the hard copy.

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Oh Lord its Peter Prova again....Run, run, run

Peter Prova is a specialist in torturing the subject and if i was Luigi Padovesi i would probably insist on a new narration.
did the narrator even do a bit of research on the subject or was he even bored when briefed on the ask.
at the very least i now have identified one narrator to absolutely avoid at all costs.

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Content: good, Narrator preformance: poor

I had to focus extra hard to understand the content and making the right connection to the right sitiuations.
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Painfully boring narrator and poor translation.

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Information was great narration was not even close to good. Felt like he was trying to yell the book, he sounded like a robot, and he had several issues reading the book.

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This book is read and delivered so poorly it may has well been in a different language. dont waste your money. unacceptable that it was even released on audible.

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Narration is horrible

The narration is so bad it is difficult to listen to. I have tried multiple times to get through this book but 30 minutes is truly as far as I can muster.

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One of the best books in sales

One of the best books in sales you will ever listen. There are many books on the subject dividing the process in so many parts you can get confused on how to apply them. This book teaches ONE key aspect of sales that you can immediately apply as a first timer and be hugely successful or to remind the seasoned professional what it takes to remain at the top. No tricks or tactics here, all real life selling for real honest people. If I truly had to chose one book, this one tops them all in application and practicality.

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  • 08-14-21

Poor presentation

The information may be good, however audio presentation is horrible. It sounds like a computer is reading the book to you, which makes it harder to process

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  • 11-20-20

Poor vocals

Very poor vocals on this sounds like a robot , got into chapter to and could cope with it anymore ..... could do with a shake up on the vocals

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  • 08-08-20

Poor narration.

This could be a good be a food book but after 21 chapters of trying to listen and retain the robotic monotonal mispronunciations of Peter Prova, I gave up.

A lot of fake reviews on Audible.com all dated 24/01/20.

Buyer beware

He doesn't even pronounce the word sales correctly

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  • 06-09-20

Shame about the robotic voice

I am sure this is a great book, but unfortunately due to the robotic dishointed voice over, I can't stand listening to it.

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  • Darren
  • 03-10-20

Surely fake reviews for this audio book?

Don't bother with this Audio book version. It's next to impossible to listen to due to the (pretty convincing) computer program reading it to you making bad translations and grammatical sentences bad (sic) from the original Italian text.

You can't stay tuned in long enough to learn from it as you're constantly asking yourself what on Earth was just said.

Reviews audio book appear in gluts all on the same days if you notice. I'm guessing it's to flush bad reviews down and also to dilute any bad scores. Even the review titles appear to be in bad English from very English or Irish names.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-17-20

tough to listen.

narration was painfully monotone, I'm positive it was a computer reading the text. it hurt at times to get through this.

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  • Vicky Hilpert
  • 01-18-20

Very helpful audiobook

Easy and simple to measured approach is very easy to follow and replicate within your organization.

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  • Brenda King PhD
  • 01-18-20

Good information

This is great marketing material I’m recommending this audiobook to all of my colleagues for improving their marketing process.

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  • Opal Conn
  • 01-18-20

Great audiobook and easy to follow

Great audiobook that covers the fundamentals of success in a sales role, but in an entertaining way! I’d highly suggest it for anyone either new in sales.

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  • Dr. Ebony Labadie Sr.
  • 01-17-20

One of the best audiobook

I highly recommend this audiobook to any aspiring sales professional. I found I am very rusty with the whole sales process. I see a lot of deals stall advance as smoothly and as timely as I would like.